Admit it: When you heard they were making a 'MacGruber' movie, you laughed. And probably not in a good way. Well I'm happy to report that the flick -- based on the popular, if not completely ridiculous, 'Saturday Night Live' sketch -- made me laugh, too. Out loud. Over and over again.

Starring the greatly underappreciated Will Forte as the bumbling 'MacGyver'-esque lead, with Kristen Wiig, Ryan Phillippe and Val Kilmer playing slightly smarter supporting characters, 'MacGruber' succeeded at its impossible mission: turning a 3-minute sketch, where the main character inevitably blows himself up every time, into a feature-length comedy.

Moviefone sat down with Forte, Wiig, Phillippe and director Jorma Taccone to hear all about the movie, the villains, the love scenes, the "classic MacGruber" moments and, yes, the use of vegetables you have to see to believe. (And laugh at.)
Admit it: When you heard they were making a 'MacGruber' movie, you laughed. And probably not in a good way. Well I'm happy to report that the flick -- based on the popular, if not completely ridiculous, 'Saturday Night Live' sketch -- made me laugh, too. Out loud. Over and over again.

Starring the greatly under-appreciated Will Forte as the bumbling 'MacGyver'-esque lead, with Kristen Wiig, Ryan Phillippe and Val Kilmer playing slightly smarter supporting characters, 'MacGruber' succeeded at its impossible mission: turning a 3-minute sketch, where the main character inevitably blows himself up every time, into a feature-length comedy.

Moviefone sat down with Forte, Wiig, Phillippe and director Jorma Taccone to hear all about the movie, the villains, the love scenes, the "classic MacGruber" moments and, yes, the use of vegetables you have to see to believe. (And laugh at.)

Will Forte & Kristen Wiig


Ryan Phillippe & Jorma Taccone