Christopher Walken Opens a Coffee Shop and Animated Weirdness Ensues


(via) It’s certainly not the best Christopher Walken impression we’ve ever seen, but if you can just get past that you’ll be rewarded as the customer interaction with the guy might have you losing some of your morning brew out of your nose. The apparently completely improvised commercial — part of the Famous Lost Works podcast. Bonus: Leah Dubuc has the nicest voice on the planet. Watch it in full below:

“Christopher Walken has branched out from his very successful acting career to pursue his true passion, creating artisanal coffee beverages and pastries, but be warned his concoctions have more than just meets the eye.”

Voices by Matt Crawford, Alan Snider, Leah Dubuc, Allex Tarr and Tom Slade.

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