Reilly starred with Will Ferrell in the Adam Mc Kay-directed comedies Talladega Nights (2006) and Step Brothers (2008).
He voiced the title character in the commercially successful animated film Wreck-It Ralph (2012), and appeared in the superhero film Guardians of the Galaxy (2014), as well as Kong: Skull Island (2017).
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His first release of 2002 was Miguel Arteta's comedy-drama The Good Girl, in which Reilly played Jennifer Aniston's character's stoner husband who is treated unfaithfully by his wife with a younger man, played by Jake Gyllenhaal.
Based on the Argentine film Nine Queens (2000), Stephen Holden of The New York Times felt that "John C.
Reilly may be one of our finer character actors, but his portrayal of Richard Gaddis, a gimlet-eyed con man, in Criminal allows too many vestiges of the duped schlub of a husband he played in Chicago to leak into his performance." Reilly co-starred in Adam Mc Kay's comedy about NASCAR drivers entitled Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby in August 2006 as Cal Naughton Jr., the best friend and teammate of the title character, played by Will Ferrell. Steve Brule, which has aired since 2010 and is written and produced by Reilly.
Since 2010, Reilly has been starring in the television series Check It Out! Steve Brule, playing the titular character that originated on Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! Reilly performs with his band John Reilly and Friends and worked as a stage actor in True West (2000), for which he was nominated for the Tony Award for Best Actor in a Play.
Reilly collaborated with filmmaker Paul Thomas Anderson in his directorial debut Hard Eight (1996), playing a man in need of ,000 to pay for the burial of his mother, who is taken under the wing of experienced gambler Sydney (Philip Baker Hall).
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