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Brace yourselves, as we're about to evaluate days of Ferrell past and count down the 10 best partners to buddy up with the weird and wondrous man we know as Will Ferrell.
The upcoming comedy centering on the partnership between Russ Meyer and Roger Ebert – aptly titled Russ & Roger Go Beyond – has officially cast an actor to portray the iconic film critic.
Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart's Get Hard was maligned by critics, but to celebrate its Blu-ray/DVD release, the studio has released a new trailer that envisions the crass buddy comedy as sweet rom com.
Daddy’s Home is directed by Sean Anders and John Morris, the duo who has collaborated over the years on the Horrible Bosses franchise and We’re the Millers (as writers and directors).
Will Ferrell’s career has been going to...interesting places recently. While having several hits to his name, he also has his share of duds. Amy Poehler, on the other hand, is on a hot streak of late the likes of which have rarely been seen. Putting these two together makes so much sense it’s kind of a shock it’s never happened before.
There is no way Mugatu is coming back for Zoolander 2 without his assistant. Ben Stiller, who will be reprising his role as Derek Zoolander, recently revealed another returning player for the highly anticipated sequel.
It looks like there’s a newer, younger, “really, really, ridiculously good-looking” model coming to steal Zoolander’s thunder. Justin Bieber, the man, the myth, the legend, was rumored to have landed a role in the upcoming Zoolander 2.
Back in 2010, Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg joined forces and delivered The Other Guys - a rather fantastic cop comedy. Fortunately, it won’t be too long until we see them paired up once again in the new comedy Daddy’s Home.
Everyone's got at least one favorite Will Ferrell performance, and odds are yours is included in this list of 15 show stoppers. Or is it?
Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart knew they were going to embrace an R rating from the MPAA, and pulled no punches in exploring the racial divide while also serving what sounds like an hysterical premise. Will it be too offensive?
If you were looking forward to Jack Black and Will Ferrell making the game of Tag into the motion picture you have to see to believe, you're in luck! The project looks very much alive, as they've made a really big move towards reality.
It turns out that Kevin Hart actually auditioned for the lead roles in both Anchorman and Elf. Fancy taking a look at why he failed? Then click inside.
We had heard that Ben Stiller would direct Zoolander 2, or pass the baton to Justin Theroux. We’d heard that Will Ferrell was in for the sequel. Now that we have an official release date, expect details to fly in.
It’s hard to make a prison comedy without letting the language get a little… well, “hard” is the right adjective, once again. This was the chief lesson learned by Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart as the comedians started collaborating on Get Hard.
Get Hard will hold its premiere at the SXSW film festival later this month, so look for our review out of Austin once it screens. Everyone else will be able to see the new comedy when it opens in theaters on March 27.
The red-band trailer for Etan Cohen’s Get Hard just dropped, and it’s like Oz by way of Trading Places, mixed with Ice Cube and Chris Tucker’s Friday.
Screenwriters Andrew J. Cohen and Brendan O'Brien earned quite a bit of acclaim last year thanks to the screenplay they wrote for the hit comedy <Neighbors. The good will generated from that project has been paying off ever since, and that streak continues today.
One thing was made crystal clear during NBC’s reunion special Saturday Night Live 40: the weekly sketch comedy show has launched an insane amount of massive movie stars. Many of them turned up as hosts, from Tom Hanks to Alec Baldwin. But others got their start as repertory players in the show’s cast, and used that exposure to kick start incredibly successful movie careers.
Zoolander 2 is a go. The film is set to start shooting in Rome with Ben Stiller as the title character.
Last night, instead of a fun and peppy performance by the New Orleans Pelicans cheerleaders, Will Ferrell stopped by, playing a drunk idiot with a basketball, and nailed an unsuspecting cheerleader right in the head.