Forbes has named Johnny Depp as the most overpaid actor on its 2015 list
Get Hard: When millionaire hedge fund manager James (Will Ferrell) is nailed for fraud and bound for a stretch in San Quentin, the judge gives him 30 days to get his affairs in order. Desperate, he turns to Darnell (Kevin Hart) to prep him for a life behind bars.
Although I’m a bit wary that the marketing overkill for Anchorman 2 that has gone from viral to outbreak, I still can’t wait to see the sequel. One of the main reasons why is because I absolutely loved the chemistry between the Channel Four news team in the first film: Will Ferrell, Paul Rudd, David Koechner, and, of course, Steve Carell as Brick Tamland, the low IQ weatherman of the news team. Carell spoke about reuniting for the sequel with The Guardian and explained why the original is so dear to him and why he looks up to comedians like ... Read more
If you haven’t been able to tell from the Ron Burgundy overload on your television and computer, the sequel to the beloved 2004 comedy Anchorman is finally coming out this week. Because star Will Ferrell isn’t much of a talker in real life, one of the members of Burgundy’s Channel Four news team is doing most of the media rounds — that would be Steve Carell, who plays the mentally challenged weatherman Brick Tamland. Carell spoke to The New York Post about getting back into the period wardrobe (the sequel is set in 1980) and why his fellow Channel Four ... Read more
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Zach Galifianakis is already pretty recognizable after breaking out in the first two Hangover movies. But the comedian has to admit he’s not really ready for the fame game.
I've missed the screenings for The Campaign, the new Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis comedy about a two Southerners vying for a seat in Congress. I've heard rumblings that it's just "OK" but knowing me, I'd probably love it. I'll find out this weekend.
Will Ferrell has had a reputation for being a hard actor to approach in public, and was even named as the worst celebrity autographer in 2007 in Autograph magazine. But in an interview to promote his upcoming film The Campaign, Ferrell seems to suggest it isn't him that lets people down -- it's their own expectations.
Ferrell stars in Casa de Mi Padre, a Spanish-language comedy that places him in totally new territory.
"There's a reaction to watching me in a role like this where people think, "Oh, were your impulses to go crazy at some point?" It's really easy: You read the script and you see that it doesn't call for any of that. It was a pretty easy transition."
Director: Matt Piedmont Cast: Will Ferrell, Diego Luna, Gael Garcia Bernal
Director: Dan Rush Cast: Will Ferrell, Rebecca Hall, Laura Dern
"That's a very distinct possibility. It's looking good!"
With Carell's final episode scheduled for late April, several high-profile actors have expressed interest is appearing on the NBC series.