Appearing on Monday night’s The Late Show with David Letterman, Will Ferrell reminded us that while everyone has a Harry Caray impression, his is the only one that matters. Ferrell joined David Letterman onstage to talk about important topics like the host's upcoming retirement and President Barack Obama’s hand in bringing down the Berlin Wall. Show More Summary
As we enter the final days of the Late Show with David Letterman, plenty of Letterman’s favorite guests are returning for one more final moment in the sun. On Monday night, Will Ferrell showed up, and brought his ridiculous Harry Caray impression along with him. Show More Summary
Will Ferrell made an appearance on The Late Show with David Letterman Monday as Cubs broadcasting legend Harry Caray, interrupting (...)
Will Ferrell busted out the Harry Caray impersonation as he said goodbye to David Letterman, who’s retiring later this month. Ferrell’s original Caray bit on “SNL” still stands as one of the weirdest things he’s ever done, but it holds up.
The last time Will Ferrell visited the Late Show with David Letterman, he was dressed as a leprechaun for St. Patrick's Day. For what will presumably be his final appearance on the show before David Letterman retires, he went even deeper into character, interrupting the host's monologue from the audience as the legendary — and very much dead — baseball announcer Harry Caray.
Will Ferrell was back in the rotation as late Cubs announcer Harry Caray Monday on the "Late Show with David Letterman." Ferrell was in the audience dressed in a colorful tie and large glasses to portray the bombastic Caray, who died 17 years ago. Show More Summary
Will Ferrell tickled Dave with his impression of Harry Caray just a few months ago, even though (because?) he was dressed up like a leprechaun. So it's only appropriate that Ferrell do his Caray impression for Dave one last time in full sportscaster regalia. Take us out to the ballgame.... More »
Fun as always.
It’s his eighth, and final, appearance. CBS announced Friday that Obama will join Will Ferrell along with musical guests the Avett Brothers and Brandi Carlile for Monday’s show. Other big name guests next week include Reese Witherspoon,Martin Short, Tina Fey and Ray Romano. Obama has spent more time with Letterman than any other late night [...]
James Marsden is handsome in a green while attending the Film Independent at LACMA screening of his new movie Welcome To Me held at the Bing Theatre at LACMA on Thursday (April 30) in Los Angeles. The 41-year-old actor was joined at the event by screenwriter Eliot Laurence, director Shira Piven, as well as his [...]
Kristen Wiig could've been the female Will Ferrell. Instead, she capitalized on 'Bridesmaids' to carve out an unexpected career, leading to her best turn yet in 'Welcome to Me.’
Image: Francis C. Franklin Ready for a biological fact that part of which sounds like something Will Ferrell would exclaim in an Anchorman movie? National Geographic explains that sex by force is common among fowl. Yet female ducks have a built-in defense against such forced frolic. Show More Summary
Will Ferrell is best know for punchy comic stand-up and portraying characters with no boundaries on television and film. What many may not know about Ferrell is his dedication to raising money for charitable organizations. Ferrell has...Show More Summary
Seann William Scott stopped by "Late Night with Seth Meyers" on Thursday (April 23). During the interview, he and host Meyers were reminiscing about the last time they saw each other, which was when Scott hosted the second post-9/11Show More Summary
Remember in Anchorman when Will Ferrell starts talking about playing the “yazz flute”? Your reaction to that scene will probably determine how you’ll feel about King Cyst. The Brooklyn group started out as a mostly instrumental Doors tribute band, and their first album was called Real Pussy, so none of their sardonic posturing on “Chinese […]
Funny or Die, the Emmy-winning comedy video website founded by Will Ferrell and Adam McKay, worked with XPRIZE on a short to help raise awareness about the $15M Global Learning XPRIZE. The cast included: Jack McBrayer (best known for...Show More Summary
Talent is currently being sought for the musical “Elf.” The non-Equity national tour of “Elf,” based on the film starring Will Ferrell, is casting 13 roles. Auditions will be held April 28 and 29 in NYC. Additionally, this is a paid gig! For more details, check out the casting notice for “Elf” here, and be sure to check out the rest of our audition listings!
"Any time you're going to do an R-rated comedy, you're going to offend someone," Will Ferrell said.
Michael Winterbottom is in talks to helm the comedy. Read the full article on AICN When we learned that Will Ferrell would be playing director Russ Meyer in RUSS & ROGER GO BEYOND, the dramatization of his relationship with Roger Ebert, the project still didn’t have a director. Show More Summary
Black-ish, ABC’s hit show. Now, imagine Justin Bieber, Kanye West, Will Ferrell, Kristin Wiig and Maya Rudolph playing heightened versions of themselves, or characters (and not all at once), with the show’s regular cast. Good fit or not? That’s the fantasy guest star list of Black-ish star Tracee Ellis Ross. Show More Summary