Will Ferrell Stumped by Contemporary Art in Hilarious New VideoThe List ViraList
Checking out a new museum exhibit can be fun, but let's be honest – some are easier to understand than others. And as it turns out, Will Ferrell and Joel McHale will agree with you. Just check out what happened when the comedy duo walked into the new "Stories of Almost Everyone" exhibit at UCLA's Hammer Museum in Los Angeles. Their opinions on some of these odd items just might be way too relatable and hilarious.
The six-minute video is all part of an ad campaign for the exhibit, giving you a closer look at some of their items on display. Some of our favorites include a pair of socks on the floor, a stack of unopened mail, and more. According to their website, the exhibit is all about the "willingness to believe the stories that are conveyed by works of contemporary art." Self-explanatory, right?
If you'd like to check out this exhibit for yourself, there's still time, as it runs through May 6th.
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