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Will Ferrell, David Koechner, Paul Rudd and Steve Carell stay classy in a new "Anchorman: The Legend Continues" teaser trailer, which was recently released.
The movie is set to hit theaters on Dec. 20 and also features Christina Applegate, who reprises her role as Victoria Corningstone, the ex-lover and nemesis of main anchor Ron Burgundy, played by Ferrell. "SNL" alum and "Bridesmaids" actress Kristen Wiif and Nicole Kidman also star.
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Oscar-winning actress Nicole Kidman will reportedly get another chance to show off her comedy chops in the upcoming film "Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues."
The actress reportedly makes a cameo in the film, according to The Hollywood Reporter. A spokesperson for Kidman has not confirmed the report. The Hollywood Reporter also reports that Vince Vaughn and Luke Wilson will shoot cameos as well.
If Shaq ever causes you any trouble, you can always call on ... Will Ferrell?
Wearing his "Anchorman" mustache, a red career jacket and a name tag bearing the name of female genitalia, the actor posed as a security guard during the Los Angeles Lakers' game against the Pheonix Suns at Staples Center on Tuesday, February 12. At one point he walked over to Shaquille O'Neal, who was sitting courtside, and escorted him away.
John Lithgow told OnTheRedCarpet.com his latest film, the comedy "The Campaign," makes him proud to be an American.
"Politics has gotten so ugly it's been turning everybody's stomach," Lithgow said at the Los Angeles premiere. "This just...you gotta love America. The fact that this country can generate a movie like this, in the middle of the political season, I think it makes me feel more American than anything."
Will Ferrell may be set to star as Cam Brady in the upcoming comedy "The Campaign," but the actor confessed to OnTheRedCarpet.com that he already had some experience in the political field from his youth.
"I ran in my senior year in high school for senior class council, gave an arousing speech, easily won my council seat, and then I don't think I showed up for any of the council meetings," Ferrell told OnTheRedCarpet.com at the Los Angeles premiere. "I did it for the resume - the college resume. I was very much like Cam Brady who gives great stunt speeches and then when it comes times to governing, is a no show."
Zach Galifianakis, who is set to star in the upcoming political comedy "The Campaign," talked to OnTheRedCarpet.com about his real-life childhood experience running for student council.
"I ran for student council president in 6th grade," Galifianakis joked with OnTheRedCarpet.com's George Pennacchio. "But my opponent passed out candy - guess who won."
Will Ferrell was visibly upset over Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson's split on Thursday night's "Conan."
"I don't know if you follow the news at all, but there's this actress, Kristen Stewart, she goes by K-Stew," Ferrell explained. "And she had a boyfriend, Robert Patterson, he goes by R-Pass, and she cheated on him. And they're broken up, they're not going to get back together - ever!"
Gordon Ramsay and Will Ferrell suffered some minor injuries during a celebrity charity soccer game on May 27 in Manchester, England.
Ramsay left the game on a stretcher and ended up in the hospital, according to People magazine. The 45-year-old celebrity chef was tackled at the Soccer Aid game by former professional player Teddy Sheringham. Ramsay was given oxygen off the field.
Or rather, his real life alter ego, Will Ferrell. The 44-year-old actor appeared in character with a mustache and a burgundy suit and pretended to play a jazz flute - the man's favorite instrument - before he made the announcement on Conan O'Brien's TBS talk show, "Conan," on Wednesday. Watch the video.
To celebrate the six year anniversary of Twitter, Jimmy Kimmel had celebrities read aloud some of the Tweets they've received on the micro blogging site.
"One of the interesting things about Twitter is that it connects celebrities to their fans and vice-versa," Kimmel said on his show on March 21. "Many celebrities actually do the Tweeting themselves which means pretty much any time you like, you can send a message to them, and unless it's someone like Justin Bieber who has 18 million followers, they will probably read it. Your message goes directly into their computer or into their pocket which can be good and it can also be bad."