If you’re planning to catch The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard this month, be afraid. Be very afraid.
Not because the Will Ferrell-Adam McKay production is a horror flick. To the contray, it’s an outrageous comedy about a used-car liquidator named Don Ready who’s hired by a failing auto dealership to turn their Independence Day sale into a profitable venture.
But its leading man seems to have taken his high-pressure, hard-sell character to heart.
Interviewed tonight at 10 p.m. ET on Movie Geeks United!, Jeremy Piven says he’ll be taking his promotion for the flick – which opens Friday and co-stars James Brolin and Ving Rhames – directly to the people.
When host Jamey DuVall asks, “Are you going to go out this weekend and sneak into some theaters?” Jeremy snaps back with: Continue reading