Zach Galifianakis on Birdman and the absurdity of celebrity

Actor, stand-up comic and Hangover on his role in the acclaimed new film, Birdman.

Actor, stand-up comic and Hangover star Zach Galifianakis, joins Jian to talk about his role in the acclaimed new film, Birdman, where he tackles Hollywood and aging alongside Michael Keaton and Emma Stone.

"It goes after the Hollywood system, and it's just nice to hear, to have someone say it in such a poetic way," he says about the film's satirical take on celebrity culture. 

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