Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Bill Hader was once fired for ruining the end of 'Titanic' for a theater full of sorority girls

It wasn't too long ago that we learned learned that actor/comedian/writer/hilarious person Bill Hader would be leaving his Saturday Night Live gig to be a writer for South Park (and to do a whole bunch of other stuff, too).

Bill Hader was once fired for ruining the end of 'Titanic' for a theater full of sorority girls

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It wasn't too long ago that we learned learned that actor/comedian/writer/hilarious person Bill Hader would be leaving his Saturday Night Live gig to be a writer for South Park (and to do a whole bunch of other stuff, too). For instance, Hader plays Aubrey Plaza's boss in the forthcoming film, The To Do List, and is currently out in the ether plugging the film (which was directed by his wife). Yesterday, he stopped by Reddit to answer all of the Internet's questions.

The sketch that made him laugh the most, what he ate for dinner on Tuesday, and who gave away Stefon during the gay wedding (Italian Club Promoter Gay Liotta). But, the best little tidbit to come out of the crowdsourced Q&A has to be how Hader lost his job at a movie theater in Tempe, Arizona.

He previously explained the incident to Us Weekly.

"I said, 'The boat sinks, Leo dies, the old lady -- that's Kate Winslet -- she has a jewel and she throws in the water at the end, so that's where that goes!'"

If imagining Bill Hader running into a crowded theater of sorority girls and yelling "The boat sinks and Jack dies!" doesn't put a smile on your face, then you have no soul.

Check out the rest of the AMA to learn about Hader's favorite sketches, what it was like to film his first movie, and everything else you could possibly want to know about him. [Reddit]

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