Get Hard - Will Ferrell, Kevin Hart Home - Animated; voices of Jim Parsons, Rihanna It Follows - Maika Monroe, Keir Gilchrist Queen and Country - Caleb Landry Jones, David Thewlis Wild Tales - Academy Award nominee: Best Foreign Language Film [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
Will Ferrell has followed Jason Heyman and Martin Lesak and made the move from CAA to UTA. This is not surprising, as Ferrell followed them years ago when they were at UTA and moved to CAA. This follows Chris Pratt’s decision to sign. There are so many other major clients in play here, that this shakeout will be happening for the next few days or even…
Comedy Central's roast of Justin Bieber finally aired Monday night, featuring Kevin Hart, Hannibal Buress, Martha Stewart, Shaq, Will Ferrell as Ron Burgundy, and some monkey that wasn't really the one Bieber abandoned in Germany in 2013. Show More Summary
After getting totally slayed by everyone from Martha Stewart to Will Ferrell's Ron Burgundy at his Comedy Central Roast, which aired on Monday night, Justin Bieber took it upon himself to apologize for some of the very behavior that he was being roasted for. Show More Summary
Justin Bieber has a lot going for him, according to none other than Ron Burgundy. Will Ferrell turned up as his "Anchorman" character for the Comedy Central "Roast of Justin Bieber" to defend the young singer and praise what he seesShow More Summary
Kevin Hart, Will Ferrell, Snoop Dogg eviscerate Justin Bieber.
In a surprise for everyone in attendance at the taping, but not so much for those of us watching at home Monday night, Will Ferrell showed up at the Comedy Central Roast of Justin Bieber in character as Anchorman's Ron Burgundy.
I haven’t seen the new Kevin Hart and Will Ferrell incarceration comedy Get Hard. What I have seen is the poster, slathered all over movie theaters, billboards, and the internet. Whenever I see the posters, I think, “Geez. There is roughly...Show More Summary
Race directors created the hashtag "FerrellRunFargo" to convince the comedian to show up.
Earlier this month, actor Will Ferrell showed it was possible to play for 10 teams in five different spring training exhibition games while raising an estimated $1 million for a cancer charity.
Poor Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart. Any other week, the estimated $34.6 million opening of their R-rated comedy "Get Hard" would be a huge coup. Instead, they had to settle for coming in a distant second to a surprise kiddie cartoon smash...Show More Summary
Given the star-studded cast that includes Rihanna, Jennifer Lopez and Jim Parsons, it’s no wonder “Home” had a strong weekend showing. The DreamWorks animated flick brought in $54 million, topping the Will Ferrell/Kevin Hart comedy “Get Hard,” which opened to $34.6 million in sales. Show More Summary
Home soared to the top of the box office, taking the No. 1 spot with an impressive $54 million debut, beating out Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart in Get Hard. The post Box Office: ‘Home’ Takes the No. 1 Spot with $54 Million Debut appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News and Videos.
It’s funny, you see, because he’s white. Will Ferrell vehicles have become the most boring Choose Your Own Adventure stories ever. You're essentially given two options: Follow a bloviating egotist cut down to size via failure and physical abuse, or follow a nebbish gent forced to grow a sack via failure and physical abuse. Show More Summary
Earlier this spring, actor Will Ferrell took the Cactus League by storm by playing nine different positions for ten different teams during five different baseball games. While it was a publicity stunt it was also done to raise money for charity. Show More Summary
“Home” trumped “Get Hard,” a Warner Bros. effort starring Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart.
NEW YORK (AP) - The DreamWorks animated alien adventure "Home" beat out the Will Ferrell, Kevin Hart comedy "Get Hard" at the box office, but both films debuted strongly. According to studio estimates Sunday, "Home" opened with $54 million, giving DreamWorks Animation a much needed hit. Show More Summary
"Home" trumped "Get Hard,” a Warner Bros. effort starring Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart.
The premise of Get Hard seemed problematic even before the buddy comedy hit theaters. Will Ferrell plays James King, a white businessman who knows enough about black people to assume every black man has been to prison at least once in their lives. Show More Summary
Frank Kaminsky spent some time before Wisconsin’s Elite Eight game against Arizona with Will Ferrell in a guest spot for Access (...)