'Dinner for Schmucks' video: Carell, Rudd get awkward
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'Dinner for Schmucks' video: Carell, Rudd get awkward

In "Dinner for Schmucks," Paul Rudd stars as an ambitious career man who will move up the corporate ladder if he can impress his bosses in one bizarre way: by participating in dinners where "idiots" are invited to attend so they can be made fun of.One of those idiots is Barry, played by Steve Carell, who just may hold the key to Rudd's future success. (DreamWorks/Reuters)

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