This news is real, and it's spectacular. Apple TV just added four new channels/apps: Crackle, Bloomberg, Watch ABC and KORTV. Crackle's lineup includes hundreds of movies and TV shows, including the Will Ferrell movie "Step Brothers,"...Show More Summary
When actor Steve Carell made an appearance Wednesday on the British morning show Daybreak to promote his upcoming movie Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues, he decided to take a cue from his co-star Will Ferrell. After Carell finishedShow More Summary
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Yesss!!! This is even more awesome than the time Will Ferrell took over North Dakota! Steve Carrell's Brick Tamland is far and away most everyrone's favorite Anchorman character and we're sooooo happy to see him in action again! Fresh off the film's London premiere, the faux newscaster sat in with a few real newscasters on Daybreak for some [...]
James Marsden and Will Ferrell are dressed to the nines while attending the premiere of their latest film Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues held at Vue West End on Wednesday (December 11) in London, England. The two guys were joined by their co-stars Steve Carell, Paul Rudd, and David Koechner. PHOTOS: Check out the latest [...]
Hollywood's attempt to sell ObamaCare to the American people didn't fair much better than the actual legislation did. One mega-star, Lady Gaga, bungled the web site's address in a tweet. Another A-lister, Will Ferrell, instructed his comedy site to extol how easy the legislation's Web site is to use at a time when the site was barely functional. Show More Summary
Chrysler beat the Ron Burgundy media onslaught when it premiered its "Anchorman: The Legend Continues" tie-in commercials back in October. Since, Will Ferrell has been all over the place as his "Anchorman" character, and the shtick seems to be working.
Showing some love to their English fans, the cast of “Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues” showed up at Claridges Hotel in London on Tuesday evening (December 10). Will Ferrell, David Koechner, and Steve Carell were joined by producerShow More Summary
Join Funny or Die and Friends to Help... 2:38 #FreeShez! The comedy community is behind you Shez. Here are some messages from Will Ferrell, Adam McKay, Patton Oswalt, Bob Odenkirk, Tony Hale, Machine Gun Kelly, Chris Mintz-Plasse, Thomas...Show More Summary
In a 2011 interview with Splitsider, Marc Maron mentioned Will Ferrell as someone he really wanted to have as a guest on his podcast, only he hadn’t been able to get him on. Well, yesterday it finally happened. Will Ferrell sat down with Maron for an hour and 18 minute interview on the WTF podcast.
Because there was one stone left unturned by the "Anchorman 2" marketing team, Paramount has released a cover of the Christopher Cross song "Ride Like The Wind," as performed by Robin Thicke and Will Ferrell (in character as Ron Burgundy). The track is part of the "Anchorman: The Legend Continues" soundtrack. Listen below.
One can be forgiven for thinking the new Anchorman sequel has been in theaters for a few weeks already. Will Ferrell's mustachioed character Ron Burgundy has made more media appearances than a politician in the week before Election Day. Show More Summary
Ron Burgundy proved once again that he has the voice that could make a Wolverine purr! The Will Ferrell character and Robin Thicke had a "duet" of Ride Like the Wind (basically it's just Will talking over the track, but just go with it), and Ron's commentary/singing is pretty HIGHlarious! This song stays classy the whole [...]
Ron Burgundy has been a very busy, albeit fictional, man. Rather than executing a traditional media tour of talk-show couches and pre-packaged video clips for Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues, which hits theaters Dec. 18 premiere, Will Ferrell has quite literally let the character speak for himself. Show More Summary
He’s been busy doing all kinds of unexpected promotional bits for “Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues,” and Will Ferrell just released his “Ride Like the Wind” duet with Robin Thicke. Posing as he character Ron Burgundy, the “Old School”...Show More Summary
Just when we thought Will Ferrell's Dodge Durango videos were getting boring, Ron Burgundy went back out there and smashed about a dozen eggs on his "good looking machine." An aggressive anchorman is a funny anchorman. Read more...
Will Ferrell continues to hype up Anchorman 2. This time he actually does something befitting his character – interviewing Peyton Manning on ESPN. Awkward hilarity ensued. Ron Burgundy should be an Espinn mainstay.
Will Ferrell didn't pull his infamous Ron Burgundy, the main character in "Anchorman," out of thin air. The absurd yet adored news anchor from the 2004 movie was inspired by Mort Crim, a real-life newscaster whose soothing baritone would fit right into the film. Show More Summary
Saturday’s episode of SNL featured a reprise of the old “Bill Brasky” sketch, owing to the fact that Will Ferrell and David Koechner were there to help Paul Rudd promote Anchorman 2, and the fact that most One Direction fans heard “Bill Brasky” while in the womb, so it was a good way for the show to settle them down. Show More Summary
Following in-character drop ins at a Bismarck affiliate and on ESPN and NBCSN, Will Ferrell dropped the Ron Burgundy persona for Diane Sawyer who named him person of the week on Friday. The feature even included a clip of Ferrell as a sports anchor at Santa Ana College in 1991. Show More Summary