With the cast of ‘Pineapple Express’ in town for the big White House appearance, Josh Gad has a new job: being the president of the United States.
The ‘Game’ star announced the news during a live taping for a new Fox sitcom, ‘Pitched,’ in which he played a retired basketball player who has recently moved back into the White, where he’s also been living with his family.
Josh Gad, left, and Lena Headey, right, as “Pitch” and “Pine” during a recent press preview for the show.
He said, “I’m just so excited for this show, because I have the chance to play a president, and I think it’s really interesting because I think what’s happening right now is just really interesting, but it’s not necessarily what people are looking for, because what they’re looking for is what’s going to happen with the United Nations.
It’s not like we’re going to be doing something that’s going around and destroying the world.
I think that’s what people want to see and it’s actually going to change a lot of things.
So I just want to be in the White Houses presence to make sure that the president is on the right side of history, because you never know when you might actually be the first one.”
The ‘Pile’ star said he’s not sure whether he’ll have to move back into his home in the country, but that he is “not gonna leave” it until after he gets his new job.
He added, “We’re going down there for a week, and then I think I’m gonna get my job.”
Gad’s new gig is just one of several that have been announced for the White house since President Donald Trump took office in January.
There’s a new film from ‘Iron Man 3’ director Joe and Anthony Russo, and the cast and crew of ‘Fargo’ are set to shoot the season premiere of the second season of ‘The Leftovers.’
Gad said he had a blast with the first ‘Pipe’ movie and had a lot to talk about with director Joe Russo.
“I think the experience was awesome,” he said.
“I thought he had the right tone, the right sense of humor, and he’s really smart and really good at what he does.
I really enjoyed working with him.
And I had so many fun scenes with him and we had a great time.
And it was great to be able to work with him again, because we’ve been friends for a long time.”
He said he hopes that people will see the show and enjoy it because it’s very different from what they’ve seen in the past.
He also said that there will be a lot more White House coverage.
“The White House will be much more visible,” he added.
“It’s not going to just be a photo op.
You’re going, ‘Wow, we’ve got the president there.’
I’m sure it will be like that, but I think they will also be taking it very seriously.
It is what it is, and it is what you make it.”
Josh Gad is not the first celebrity to be called on to take part in the inauguration festivities.
Actress Kristen Stewart was the first to take a seat in the crowd when President George W. Bush took the oath of office in 2001.
He’s now working on another new film, and we’ll keep you updated on the progress of that.