Will Ferrell is a favourite of ours here, and lately he is going from strength to strength. In fact, he is entering a Bill Murray type realm where he can pretty much do whatever eccentric activities pop into his brain and people will love him even more.
Recently Ferrell took to the court to announce the players of New Orleans Hornets (who currently have the second worst record in the NBA at 4-22) as well as talking trash about the Chicago Bulls (who are doing a little bit better at 22-6).
Casa de mi Padre is a “feature-length telenovela spoof” from the former SNL star Will Ferrell in which he stars opposite Mexican film stalwarts Gael Garcia Bernal and Diego Luna.
He rarely sits down to speak – so this recent Masterclass episode (airing on Oprah’s OWN) is a must watch for any comedy nerd. For most of you, this will waste 45 minutes of your life… for comedy nerds, the next 45 minutes delivers just a few more clues in the quest to understand and unlock the mysteries of comedy.
It’s The Office moment all comedy nerds have been waiting for, the moment in which Ricky Gervais’ now legendary character David Brent crosses paths with Steve Carrell’s equally important (in the comedy landscape) Michael Scott.
In the spirit of the Christmas season it is our privilege to bring you one of history’s most impressive (and forgotten) duets. It signifies the pairing of two generations, with Bing Crosby and David Bowie joining forces on the Christmas Classic The Little Drummer Boy.
Det. Allen Gamble (Will Ferrell) is a happy desk cop, he enjoys his paperwork and is constantly ridiculed by his co-workers, his partner Det. Terry Hoitz (Mark Wahlberg) is sick of being stuck at his desk and despises his partner.
Over the years, he has tried to conquer Metro City in every imaginable way. Each attempt, a colossal failure thanks to the caped superhero known as “Metro Man”, an invincible hero until the day Megamind actually kills him in the throes of one of his botched evil plans.
Piranha 3D – For Your Consideration”, which once again proves that traditional forms of advertising aren’t always the best. After all, are you going to see a movie based on some lame trailer – or will you go see a movie based on the fact that it’s own cast members are quite happily taking the piss out of it.
Who would’ve guessed building a show around a character who is essentially Ron Burgundy meets Warrick Capper could be so rewarding!
Warning: The following article contains excessive Anchorman quotes…