Eels frontman E plays for Paul Rudd in 'This Is 40' deleted scene - watch

E's rendition of 'What I Have To Offer' goes down well, but things turn nasty afterwards...

Eels frontman E plays for Paul Rudd in 'This Is 40' deleted scene - watch

A deleted scene from This Is 40 has emerged featuring Eels leader Mark Oliver Everett aka E. Scroll down and click 'play' to watch it.

In the scene, E serenades Paul Rudd with an unplugged version of 'What Have I Have To Offer', a song which originally appears on Eels' 2010 album 'Tomorrow Morning'. However, after E finishes singing, the atmosphere between the pair turns...

This Is 40 is the follow-up to 2007's Knocked Up from writer-director Judd Apatow. Alongside Rudd, it stars Apatow's wife Leslie Mann and the couple's two daughters Maude and Iris Apatow. Megan Foxx and Jason Segel also make appearances.

Last week (December 28), another deleted scene from the film emerged featuring Rudd and Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong - click here to watch it. Unlike Everett, Armstrong also appears in the final cut of the film, which opens in UK cinemas on February 14.

Meanwhile, Eels are gearing up to release their new album 'Wonderful, Glorious' on February 4. The band will support the album with a ten-date UK tour, beginning at Manchester Academy on March 17.


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