Check This: Between Two Ferns Meets 'The Social Network'

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On paper, combining Zach Galifianakis's faux-public access show "Between Two Ferns" with the music for the "The Social Network" trailer may seem incongruous to the point of off-putting.

But as this new "Funny or Die" clip shows, the seriousness of a children's choir singing Radiohead's "Creep" mixed with the clueless host's interactions with Ben Stiller, Natalie Portman and Steve Carell among others is surprisingly effective.

Though our personal favorite is the deadpan conversation with "Mad Men"'s Jon Hamm where he asks, "I heard you like web sites." "Where'd you hear that?," asks Hamm. "On a web site."

Given that most of Galifianakis's guests end up either walking out, hitting him or insulting him, the clip's appropriation of the film's ubiquitous tagline "You don't get to 10 million views without making a few enemies" never seemed more appropriate.

[Via FilmDrunk]