Nick Offerman has become famous to millions of Parks & Recreation fans as the imperious and eternally cranky Ron Swanson, which is why you might be surprised by the version of him you see in Somebody Up There Likes Me. As you can see in the exclusive clip above, Offerman plays a guy who works at a restaurant...
Written and directed by Bob Byington, Somebody Up There Likes Me was featured on the South by Southwest slate in 2012 and is now in limited release and available On-Demand.
Nick Offerman is most famous for playing the cranky, fierce libertarian Ron Swanson on TV's best sitcom, Parks & Recreation-- to the point that it can be weird to see him out the in the world without Ron's signature mustache. But Offerman, like many TV actors, likes to keep busy by taking on side roles in various indie films
The fandom Offerman inspires is bizarre, so it's fitting that he's opted to go an offbeat route in announcing the release of a comedy he produced called Somebody Up There Likes Me. In the video below he, Community star Alison Brie, and Offerman's wife and frequent co-star Megan Mullally (Party Down) share the good news about the film securing distribution, and when you can expect to see it, all while hitting their own individual bongs.