Scott Hartnell and Ian Laperriere Cameo in Judd Apatow's 'This Is 40'

Scott Hartnell and Ian Laperriere Cameo in Judd Apatow's 'This Is 40'

Scott Hartnell is no stranger to the cameras. He played a prominent role in HBO's remarkable series 24/7 detailing the road to the Winter Classic last December and is well known for his comedic humor in his infamous "Hartnell Down" episodes.

So it's no surprise he'll be making a cameo on the big screen in Judd Apatow's next movie, "This Is 40." Hartsy will be joined by former teammate Ian Laperriere, who actually is quite visible for a second in the below trailer. Lappy has shown on DNL that he can charm a camera as well.

Former Flyers Matt Carle and JVR were also around for filming, but no word if they actually appear in the film.

"I will award myself the title of worst dancer," said Lapperriere.  "JVR
and Hartsy had some moves. Matty Carle is a little more my type; a
stiffer dancer just like me. But we were all sportsmen and had a lot of
fun."

Both the screen grab and the video come via the Flyers official website.

Look for Lappy showing off the creepy dance moves:

Chip Kelly still jobless after swinging and missing with Jaguars

Chip Kelly still jobless after swinging and missing with Jaguars

Chip Kelly's job search continues.

The beloved (sarcasm) former Eagles head coach reportedly interviewed for the Jaguars' offensive coordinator opening. However, on Wednesday night, Jacksonville announced it was retaining Nathaniel Hackett as its OC.

“We are excited to announce Nathaniel Hackett as our offensive coordinator and he will immediately be tasked with installing and implementing our offense this offseason,” Jaguars new head coach Doug Marrone said in a statement from the team. “I have had the pleasure of working with Nathaniel for seven consecutive seasons and know firsthand how knowledgeable and passionate he is about winning.”

So, Kelly swung and miss twice on the Jaguars, as he reportedly interviewed for Jacksonville's head coaching job, as well.

"I’m not going to close the door on any opportunity, but I have to be very smart in what I do next,” Kelly said, via CSNBayArea.com, two days after his firing as 49ers head coach. “I don’t have to take anything, but I wouldn’t rule anything out. I need to make sure that I’m in the right situation.

“I don’t know what the future holds. I’ll do my due diligence. I’m not going to coach just to coach.”

Kelly's decline is staggering, even if you saw it coming.

Look at this NFL coaching history ...

With Eagles in 2013: 10-6, wild-card playoff berth
With Eagles in 2014: 10-6, missed playoffs
With Eagles in 2015: 6-9, fired before final regular-season game
With 49ers in 2016: 2-14, fired after regular season

Who knows what's next for the Chipper?

Ed Rendell, Jim Kenney roast Chris Christie for ripping Eagles fans

Ed Rendell, Jim Kenney roast Chris Christie for ripping Eagles fans

What a week it's been for Chris Christie. 

After watching his top-seeded Cowboys be picked apart by Aaron Rodgers in the divisional round, and being passed over for a position in Donald Trump's administration, the New Jersey governer called Eagles fans "generally angry, awful people."

He can now add being torched by Former Pennsylvania governer Ed Rendell and Philadelphia mayor Jim Kenney to that list. 

"You understand how his approval rating is probably the lowest of any governer in the country," Rendell said. 

(Three fire emojis).

"In retrospect, the governer's had a pretty rough couple years," Kenney said. "His presidential campaign crashed and burned, his bromance with the President-Elect didn't seem to go anywhere. I understand why he may be a little bitter or angry."

Boom. Roasted.

Watch the full video for more.