Watch: Will Ferrell's 'Yo No Se' Music Video from 'Casa de mi Padre'
In almost every single film that Will Ferrell has appeared, he's sang some sort of song. Whether it's Afternoon Delight from Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy, Por Ti Volare from Step Brothers, The Whole Wide World in Stranger Than Fiction or Baby It's Cold Outside with Zooey Deschanel in Elf, he's sang a lot. Now he's doing something we've never seen him do before: singing in Spanish. Funny or Die has just premiered a new music video for the song Yo No Se (or I Don't Know), on the soundtrack for Casa de mi Padre, the Spanish language comedy in theaters next weekend, and it's pretty damn great. Watch it!
Here's the music video of Will Ferrell singing Yo No Se from Casa de mi Padre via Funny or Die:
Casa de Mi Padre, or The House of My Father in Spanish, is directed by Matt Piedmont, a former comedy writer and director for Funny or Die, from a screenplay written by Andrew Steele. Not the kind of people you'd expect. The film was financed entirely by NALA Films and is being distributed by Pantelion Films in the US next year. Casa de mi Padre will arrive in theaters starting March 16th, 2012. Can' wait to see it!
Reader Feedback - 6 Comments
This came through Dallas last week and the song is a really really small sampling of the insanely funny humor in this. You'll be hard pressed to find a funnier and more self-aware parody film this year.
RidgeRacer4 on Mar 9, 2012
This is actually a brilliant song lol
David Carlin on Mar 9, 2012
What a great song
ocp on Mar 9, 2012
this is brilliant.
Philly on Mar 10, 2012
Funny that when the Trumpet came out... the bongo beat kept going....
Jcboorse on Mar 11, 2012
I had the privilege of seeing this at a free screening in NYC a few days ago, and Will Ferrell made a surprise introduction, in addition to a Q&A with the writer, director and co-star. I really enjoyed the movie - it wasn't brilliant illuminating comedy, but it was a very good time for all and a successful homage to 70s/80s foreign language films. (I say "foreign language", because I haven't seen any Latin American film from that era, but it actually reminded me of the melodrama of some Bollywood and Near Eastern movies) Also, this song made me want to buy the soundtrack.
Boiler Bro Joe on Mar 11, 2012
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