“Saturday Night Live” alum Kristen Wiig has signed up for “Anchorman: The Legend Continues,” the sequel to the 2004 comedy hit, joining her fellow "SNL" cohort Will Ferrell.
Ferrell supports Cancer for College, which helps high-school cancer survivors receive scholarships.
“We've given close to $2 million in scholarships to kids,” explained Ferrell. “7-Eleven is helping to get the word out with this holiday cup, designed by myself.”
As for the upcoming “Anchorman 2,” Will promises it will be in theaters December, 2013.
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Funnyguy Will Ferrell adds to his growing comedy repertoire playing Congressman Cam Brady in "The Campaign."
We decided to gather some of the more choice Ferrell quotes from films such as "Old School," "Anchorman" and "Talladega Nights." Read 'em and weep -- with laughter!
Zach hedged there’s going to be a third “Hangover” installment. “I’m still a little cloudy on the details, but I met with the director yesterday, so yeah, it's happening.”
A teaser trailer for the upcoming sequel “Anchorman 2” will premiere with “The Dictator,” the Sacha Baron Cohen comedy opening in theaters Wednesday… at least that’s what “Anchorman” star Ron Burgundy says.
The San Diego newsman (aka Will Ferrell) recently tweeted, “Don’t get Twirter. Anchorman2 teaser w Dictator tom night. Dont know what a teaser is. World is crazy? Having a scotch,” along with a photo of himself.
Monday night's episode of the "The Daily Show" gave complete coverage of the death of Osama bin Laden, with a triumphant Jon Stewart all but dancing with delight at the death of the terrorist leader.
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"Extra" was in on the laughs at the first annual Comedy Awards Saturday, joking with honorees Will Ferrell, Adam McKay and Jon Stewart.
Ferrell was excited about joining "The Office" in the upcoming four-episode arc. "I'm starting the role of D'Angelo Vickers, the new manager who's taking over 'The Office,'" explained the actor. "It's pretty exciting. I love the show and it's an honor to be a part of it."
The "Other Guys" star and his pal, director Adam McKay, had some advice for Charlie Sheen, who is going on the road with his own comedy show.