They'd better serve Wonder Bread and Shake 'n' Bake. Sony Pictures wants to put an end to the Ricky Bobby Sports Saloon and Restaurant: The studio owns the rights to the 2006 Will Ferrell movie Talladega Nights and says the restaurant,...Show More Summary
The endless Paramount PR campaign for Anchorman 2 began with promo appearances by Will Ferrell as Ron Burgundy on just about every news show imaginable. Then, a few weeks ago, there was the limited theatrical release of a second, alternate...Show More Summary
The premise isn't too original, but the idea of casting Seth Rogen, Patton Oswalt and Will Ferrell is 100% wonderful. Read more...
The Los Angeles Lakers are 22-42. They own the worst record in the Western Conference. So it makes sense that the team's fans would find ways to entertain themselves at the Staples Center since the product on the court certainly isn't...Show More Summary
THIS JUST IN! A man who looks like Ron Burgundy was caught on camera kissing a blonde woman who was not Veronica Corningstone, causing some drama with another man.
The studio is troubled by a Texas joint that has been allegedly dressed up to trade off its 2006 film starring Will Ferrell. read more
We knew from yesterday’s confusing promo that Will Ferrell would appear on @midnight last night as the character “Chad Softwick” (possibly the result of a Chris Hardwick-Stuart Smalley breeding experiment) and announce an inspirational...Show More Summary
Finally, an alternative for those nine people who find Chris Hardwick too edgy: Chad Softwick! It's actually just Will Ferrell doing a comedy bit, pretending to be the host of @midnight's spinoff @midday. He has the contestants play a rousing game of "Cute or Too Cute," in which they are... More »
Come on. That guy's head would look so cute against Will Ferrell's chest during a slow jam. Prom season 2014 is off to a good start. We've got our very first video plea for a celeb to come to prom with a "normal," and for once it's not a short, stubby kid making the moves on Kate Upton. Show More Summary
NATIONAL HARBOR, Maryland--The recent passing of Harold Ramis reminded movie goers of a time when Hollywood poked the powerful through satire and mockery. Alex Marlow, the Editor in Chief of Breitbart News, told a standing room only crowd at the first day of CPAC that modern Hollywood no longer follows the trail blazed by Ramis. Show More Summary
I honestly have no idea what’s going on here but this preview clip for tonight’s @Midnight just loaded on Comedy Central’s YouTube page with the title, “Chad Softwick (Will Ferrell) to Host @midnight Spinoff called @midday.” I really like the Chad Softwick moniker and Rob Huebel behind a contestant’s stand so I’ll just leave this video here.
@Midnight Spinoff Hosted by Will Ferrell 0:32 Chris Hardwick announces that the Comedy Central TV show @Midnight will be spinning off with its own special gameshow host, Will Ferrell. Tune in tonight on Comedy Central after the Colbert...Show More Summary
Given the overwhelming success of the “Anchorman” franchise, it wouldn’t be surprising if Will Ferrell and the gang decided to do a third installment and make it a bona fide trilogy. However, director Adam McKay isn’t holding out hope for a hat trick. Show More Summary
For years, Will Ferrell and director Adam McKay labored to get a sequel to Anchorman: The Legend Of Ron Burgundy in theaters. The trouble with bankrolling a Ferrell movie, however, is that Will Ferrell doesn’t travel: his films playShow More Summary
The Mindy Project alum Tommy Dewey will star opposite Krysten Ritter in NBC’s pilot Mission Control, a Universal TV-produced comedy from executive producers Adam McKay and Will Ferrell. A workplace ensemble set in 1962, Mission Control...Show More Summary
Want an Anchorman 3? Don’t hold your breath. Friday, when the extended/alternate cut of Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues hits select screens, will be the last time Will Ferrell’s trademark Ron Burgundy’s mustache will grace movie theaters. Show More Summary
In the 2008 Will Ferrell movie Semi-Pro, which centers on a fictional ABA basketball team, there's a scene where Jackie Moon, played by Ferrell, wrestles with a grizzly bear at halftime of a game. It's an absurd, ridiculous, preposterous scene, and it was, believe it or not, based on a real promotion. Show More Summary
Last March, Jeff Gordon made a little commercial for Pepsi Max in which he purportedly pranked a used car salesman with some fancy drivin’ maneuvers. That spot, which was produced by the division of Will Ferrell’s Funny or Die company that churned out those Ron Burgundy Dodge ads last fall, has been watched nearly 41 million […]
When he wasn't busy holding a kick for Will Ferrell, Pete Carroll spent some of his time on USC's campus Wednesday—his first visit since leaving to coach the Seattle Seahawks in 2010—attacking the NCAA for the draconian sanctions itShow More Summary
Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll was at USC yesterday to talk about his fond memories of coaching the Trojans, the virtues of new head coach Steve Sarkisian, and, obviously, his recent Super Bowl championship. So of course Will Ferrell randomly showed up and kicked a field goal. Oh, and did I mention Carroll’s speaking engagement was not […]