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Watch Mexican Cowboy Will Ferrell Sing 'Yo No Se' En Español in Casa de mi Padre

Casa de mi PadreWill Ferrell stars (and speaks entirely in Spanish) alongside Diego Luna and Gael Garcia Bernal in this telenovela satire, about a bumbling Mexican rancher's son (Ferrell) forced into action against a drug lord. A risky blend of straight-faced comedy and fully-embraced cliches could make for another classic Ferrell-Adam McKay vehicle... if audiences go along for the ride.

SXSWers will get a peek at Will Ferrell's Spanish-language comedy Casa de mi Padre this week in Austin, but here's a quick taste of what you're in for: Ferrell as a Mexican ranchero singing the moonlit ditty "Yo No Se" in a scene from the film, which is best described as something of a Spanish telenovela satire grindhouse comedy.
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Will Ferrell Explains the Origins of Casa de mi Padre, His Spanish Telenovela Comedy

Will Ferrell in Casa de Mi Padre (2012)

Will Ferrell movies can usually be summed up as “Will Ferrell as a…” and you get it. Will Ferrell as a reporter? That’s funny. Will Ferrell as a NASCAR driver? Also funny. But Will Ferrell as a Spanish soap opera action hero? Casa de mi Padre is a Spanish language film starring Ferrell as a rancher’s son who goes to war with drug dealers to protect his brother’s girl (Genesis Rodriguez). Where, exactly, did he come up with this idea?
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