Transcript for Ben Falcone Appears in Upcoming Comedy 'Tammy'
I'm just talking with Ben. I just saw the movie. He first caught our eye as the marshal in "Bridesmaid." He's being hit on relentlessly by his wife, Melissa Mccarthy. They're on the cover of "Variety." And appearing in "Tammy," which he wrote and directed. Welcome Ben Falcone here to "Good morning America." This is how it came pobt about? I came downstairs. And I said, it would be a good movie to take a road trip. I want to be named tammy. And six years later, here we are. It was worth the wait. You also directed. And we see you in the film again. You play your wife's boss, who is not too nice. He is a villain. Tammy, I'm terminating your employment at topper jack's. What do you mean, my name tag? You made me buy it with my own money. That's company policy. When it's hot, people sweat. That's medical. I was told that you held hands when you were watching the movie and doing edits. I wasn't aware we were. But I'm sure we did. I can only imagine what must have been left on the cutting room floor. This is New York City. Sorry about that. Really funny stuff. I mean, she's so funny. We wanted to keep the movie tight and keep it fun. There's a lot of great stuff we left out. This is your directorial debut. It was a little care by at first. But empbs was so nice. Waiting, directing, starring in it, how do you handle it all? I don't know. I was delighted to do it. I knew I was going to laugh. But also cry. And it just has so heart. People are going to enjoy this. And we're going to have pies, too. David at the food truck. We're going to end at the food truck. You were the manager of a fast food -- yeah. Nauchk so much. And all the best going forward. "Tammy" comes out Wednesday,
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