I've never been a huge Steve Carell fan. He's been in some good movies, but he's also been in too much total crap. I kind of feel that, while Will Ferrell's been in a lot of crap, he's been good enough in his non-crap parts that he deserves some love.
I only ever play a couple games on Steam. Civ V, Skyrim... oh, and I used to play Mass Effect a lot, but I've gotten a bit bored of it by now.
Actually, he's taking this current break to work on the next flash. And the next break to work on the new book. He makes his living off of MSPA, so he doesn't really have a terrible amount other than it to do.
Now, that is most certainly not true! If there is anything to say about Zoolander, it's that it's not stupid. As a matter of fact, it balances comedy and drama extremely well, and features some of the best portrayals of realistically unintelligent people I've ever seen. I mean, with most unintelligent characters, they come across as insane. Totally weird, disconnected from reality, and like they belong in an asylum. The two main male protagonists, Derek and Hansel? They're dumb, yeah. But they seem like real people, and there's just not enough of that.
Back on the topic of comedy and drama, one of the best characters regarding that balance is Jacobin Mugatu, who's played by Will Ferrell. He's just weird enough to be funny and interesting, but he's serious enough that you can seriously respect him as a villain. It's absolutely brilliant how well this film straddles the line between comedy and drama, and I'd recommend it to anyone who appreciates writing which doesn't suck as bad as the shitfest known as Jersey Shore.
Yeah... honestly, I hate getting caught up. I've always liked reading Homestuck, specifically, in large amounts. But, on the other hand, nearly every update has something awesome happening in it, so usually being caught up is pretty okay.