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Dale Doback from Step Brothers

In Step Brothers (2008), Dale Doback (John C. Reilly) is a 40-year-old manchild who still lives with his father. When his father marries a divorcee, Dale is forced to share quarters with his new step brother Brennan. At first Dale enforces that his drum set is strictly off limits, but before long, they’re co-launching Prestige Worldwide, a multifaceted entertainment company.

Cal Naughton Jr. from Talladega Nights

Cal Naughton Jr is a character from the comedy film Talladega Nights and is played by John C Reilly. Talladega Nights follows NASCAR star Ricky Bobby at the height of his success, until another champion Jean Girard is in the picture and causes Ricky to lose it all.

Ricky Bobby’s iconic costume is his racing uniform that features the Old Spice logo as the sponsor on the hat and shirt. Wear the jacket, pants, and hat as the main costume. To go even further, add black racing shoes, a fake mustache, and black sunglasses.

Amos Hart

Amos Hart is the loyal but dimwitted husband of Roxie Hart in the musical, Chicago. Portrayed by John C. Reilly in the film adaptation, his major musical number, “Mr. Cellophane,” is modeled after vaudeville tramp-clowns, reflecting his put-upon place in the story line. Vaudeville clown suits are difficult to find in black, so to replicate his tattered look, distress an oversized suit or pants and jacket, tie a large, silk scarf into a bow, and use light clown makeup.

Noah Dietrich

In The Aviator, Noah Dietrich (John C. Reilly) is Howard Hughes‘ chief executive officer for his business empire. He served Hughes from 1925 to 1957, before they had a falling out over Dietrich’s capital gains income. Though the portrayal is accurate in terms of style, personality, and mannerisms, one criticism is that the film downplayed his role in Hughes’ success.

Dewey Cox

In Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story, Dewey Cox (John C. Reilly) distills the essence of the country musician, parodying the likes of Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison, and Elvis Presley all in one go. His rags-to-riches story starts as a poor smell-blind kid who rises to become a musical phenomenon.

Wreck-It Ralph

Wreck-It Ralph plays villain to Fix-It Felix, tearing down his buildings, but yearns to be the hero. He jumps from video game to video game, looking for a chance to win a medal and earn the trust of the other arcade characters.

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