Stay Classy New York has a bar menu that offers cocktails based on all of Will Ferrell movies.
The third episode of the second season of The Last Man on Earth begins with Gordon’s funeral. Who is Gordon, you ask? He is the petit bourgeois man, played by Will Ferrell, startled into cardiac arrest by Carol at the end of the last episode — we barely heard him talk. …Read More
“By now we are all so used to death, as we have seen everyone in the world around us die,” Carol reminds us at the top of last night’s Last Man, while the Malibu gang gather to pay their respects for Gordon (Will Ferrell), whom she literally scared to death... More »
Get your cowbell ready, because some hardcore Will Ferrell fans decided to open up a themed bar in his honor. Stay Classy, New York, a new drinking spot on the Lower East Side, will feature artisan cocktails inspired by Ferrell’s most famous characters, reports Gothamist. Read more...
Times have not been easy on high concept city establishments lately (R.I.P. Little Lebowski), but that hasn't stopped some pop culture-loving mavens from pursuing their dream of bringing a little more Will Ferrell into people's lives. Check out photos from "Stay Classy New York," the all-new Ferrell-themed bar now residing on the Lower East Side. [ more › ]
(Episode and cameo spoilers below). Last night's second episode of Last Man on Earth's second season continued to build upon last week's phenomenal reboot of the series, by finding new ways for us for us to fall in love with...
Some players actually rose to the occasion this week.
Your eyes were not deceiving you—that was Will Ferrell guest-starring in Sunday night's episode of The Last Man on Earth. We've been in a glass case of emotion since seeing the...
The 41st season of "Saturday Night Live" is about to debut on NBC, and not even Lorne Michaels can tell you if it will be as memorable as Will Ferrell or as snubbed as George Coe. This year, "SNL" has a better story to tell. After a period of rebuilding in the wake of departures by veterans like...
In SNL IN REVIEW, we look back at some of the notable cinematic efforts from Saturday Night Live alum, and place them in context of the actor-comedian's career. Throughout its history, Saturday Night Live has experienced ebbs and flows, departing cast members signaling the end of one era, new additions launching another. Show More Summary
“The purpose of religion, quite simply, is to dispense with the problem of death.” “I do not believe in God and I am not an atheist.” — Camus When I searched for God I found a man who looked like Will Ferrell. This search I’d kept secret. Show More Summary
It took three cups of coffee to get through your emails, tweets and negativity.
Bill O’Reilly never seems to want for topics to Hulk out over; the man easily flies into a rage when presented with facts or evidence contrary to his “facts”. So it wasn’t surprising to see the ever-apoplectic pundit work himself into a bit of a lather on Fox & Friends recently. Show More Summary
Bill O'Reilly and his fratboy bro Gregg Gutfeld had a little fun bashing Will Ferrell and liberals in general on the Cranky Old Liar's show. Fox News host Bill O’Reilly challenged comedian Will Ferrell on Tuesday to come on to his show for a political discussion, after Ferrell identified himself as a supporter of Sen. Show More Summary
I’m going to guess that whoever recorded this 40-yard dash featuring Will Ferrell and some USC fan would have preferred to turn it into a Vine, but these two gentlemen were so slow that the entire race couldn’t fit within the allotted sever-second time frame. Slow or not, Ferrell still emerged victorious. You can watch […]
Fox News host Bill O’Reilly challenged comedian Will Ferrell on Tuesday to come on to his show for a political discussion, after Ferrell identified himself as a supporter of Sen. Bernie Sanders’ (I-VT) presidential campaign. “He’s a talented guy,” O’Reilly said....
Bill O'Reilly challenged Will Ferrell to a debate today and wait hold on I'm being serious here no I am not pulling your leg this legitimately actually happened.
Allison Tolman, who was Emmy-nominated last year for her role in the FX TV series "Fargo," has been added to the cast of a Will Ferrell/Amy Poehler comedy that is currently filming in Los Angeles.
Will Ferrell was nearly trampled as he led the USC Trojans out of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum tunnel on Saturday, but the alum fought on. The 48-year-old comedian narrowly edged out a fan in a 40-yard dash after the Trojans' loss to Stanford, proving that the almost-tragic pregame accident was not for lack of athleticism. Show More Summary
Deceptive speed from the 48-year-old comedian.