Shake and Bake: 14 Behind-The-Scenes Facts About Talladega Nights

Shake and Bake: 14 Behind-The-Scenes Facts About Talladega Nights

There's something about a good Talladega Nights story that just gets me going. Maybe it's the way the characters are so relatable, or maybe it's the way the plot always seems to twist and turn in unexpected ways. Whatever the reason, we just can't get enough of them. From the first time people saw the movie, they were hooked. The story of a group of friends who come together to race cars is just so intoxicating. And the fact that each character is so unique and quirky just makes it all the more engaging. People can't help but watch Talladega Nights over and over again, and each time we find ourselves laughing harder than before. There's just something about this movie that keeps us coming back for more.

If you're a fan of Talladega Nights, you're in for a treat! Today, we're giving you some behind-the-scenes facts about the movie. Keep reading to learn more!

BEHIND-THE-SCENESFACTS Drivers thought it was funny, but not CAR SPONSORS BigRed ser TALLADEGA NIGHTS CRACKED.COM THE BALLAD OF RICKY BOSEY Fake sponsors (c) you dos't chew Big Red, then peace your are everywhere, but real car backers were nervous. Jeff Gordon's sponsors didn't feel like it was a great fit for them, says the NASCAR champ. I understood. I was disappointed, but I understood.


BEHIND-THE-SCENESFACTS Ferrell and Cohen took home an MTV MOVIE AWARD TALLADEGA NIGHTS THE BALLAR OF RICKY BOSSY The actors scored the coveted popcorn trophy for Best Kiss 2007. No one was surprised when the two locked lips once again during their acceptance speech, eventually rolling around on the floor in a fit of erotic passion.


BEHIND-THE-SCENES FACTS The cast was no stranger to AWARDS TALLADEGA NIGHTS CRACKED.COM THE BALLAN OF RICKY BOSSY For a goofy comedy, Talladega Nights' cast had a high pedigree, including 6-time Oscar nominee Amy Adams, Best Supporting Actor nominee Michael Duncan Clarke, and two-time Golden Globe winner Sacha Baron Cohen.


BEHIND-THE-SCENESFACTS We're going to need ANOTHER KNIFE TALLADEGA NIGHTS CRACKED.COM THE BALLAD OF RICKY BOBBY The knife in the leg is a bit that in no way serves the story, but we thought it was funny, says director Adam McKay. The scene got SO many laughs on set that they decided to blow it up by adding a second knife. Suddenly it's the funniest set piece in the movie.



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