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Danny McBride, Ben Stiller, Tropic Thunder (6)

Danny McBride, Ben Stiller, Tropic Thunder (6)

Actor Danny McBride (left) and actor/director/writer/producer Ben Stiller (right) on the set of the action-comedy “Tropic Thunder”.
Photo credit: Merie Weismiller Wallace

Danny McBride, Tropic Thunder (9)

Danny McBride, Tropic Thunder (9)

Cody (Danny McBride) is a trigger-happy explosions expert on an epic war film that goes awry in the action-comedy “Tropic Thunder”.
Photo credit: Merie Weismiller Wallace

James Franco, Danny McBride, Seth Rogen, Pineapple Express (4)

James Franco, Danny McBride, Seth Rogen, Pineapple Express (4)

Saul Silver (James Franco, left), Red (Danny McBride, center) and Dale Denton (Seth Rogen, right) in “Pineapple Express”.
Photo credit: Dale Robinette

Seth Rogen, James Franco, Danny McBride, Pineapple Express (9)

Seth Rogen, James Franco, Danny McBride, Pineapple Express (9)

Dale Denton (Seth Rogen, left), Saul Silver (James Franco, center) and Red (Danny McBride, right) in “Pineapple Express”.
Photo credit: Darren Michaels

Craig Robinson, Kevin Corrigan, Danny McBride, Pineapple Express (10)

Craig Robinson, Kevin Corrigan, Danny McBride, Pineapple Express (10)

Hired killers Matheson (Craig Robinson, left) and Budlofsky (Kevin Corrigan, right) flank Red (Danny McBride, center) in “Pineapple Express”.
Photo credit: Darren Michaels

Seth Rogen, James Franco, Danny McBride, Pineapple Express (12)

Seth Rogen, James Franco, Danny McBride, Pineapple Express (12)

Dale Denton (Seth Rogen, left), Saul Silver (James Franco, center) and Red (Danny McBride, right) in “Pineapple Express”.
Photo credit: Darren Michaels

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