Steve Carell’s Contractual Demands for Movie Posters

Tuesday, July 26, 2011
By Kevin Crossman

A little known fact of Steve Carell’s standard contracts includes a stipulation that his head must be at least 20% larger than anything else on the poster. This hasn’t been an issue with films such as Dan in Real Life or The 40 Year-Old Virgin, but has become the subject of some debate with the team working to promote Carell’s upcoming film, Crazy Stupid Love.

Actual movie poster:


5 Responses to “Steve Carell’s Contractual Demands for Movie Posters”

  1. Pru

    Funny! I totally fell for it too, thought it was real then clicked to see the Funny or Die video. I can’t believe it’s been 9 months since I saw the film!

  2. Jon

    The Little Miss Sunshine part literally made me laugh out loud

  3. Josh

    Ahahahaha, that’s hilarious!

  4. Kevin Crossman

    Nice to see you around here again, Josh.

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