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Latest Will Ferrell Items
First lady Michelle Obama appeared on the "Tonight Show" with Jimmy Fallon for a quick comedy sketch with Will Ferrell, to dish on her near-driving age daughter -- and to solicit success stories for her signature "Let's Move" exercise and nutrition campaign.
Like its predecessor, “Anchorman 2” is a deeply silly riff on the world of television news. Instead of local broadcasts, however, the subject this time is the world of 24-hour cable news networks.
Costco faces fresh ridicule after a Los Angeles Times columnist caught another Southern California location selling Ron Burgundy's book, a memoir by the fictional "Anchorman" character played by Will Ferrell, in the non-fiction section, just weeks after the wholesaler made headlines for labeling Bibles as fiction.
Will Ferrell was scheduled to reprise his role on a Thursday evening edition of the highlights show on ESPN. The network announced Wednesday night that the appearance had been scrapped because of the "potential implications" of the news conference scheduled Thursday afternoon about the investigation into sexual assault allegations against Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston.
For one day only, Emerson College in Boston will be named the Ron Burgundy School of Communication to honor the fictitious San Diego anchorman on Dec. 4.
Imagine having William Shatner supply your outgoing voicemail message. Or maybe you'd prefer Morgan Freeman coolly telling callers to wait for the beep. Or perhaps having Betty White joke around is more your speed.
Some of the nation's top comedians hailed Ellen DeGeneres as a trailblazer Monday night as she received the nation's highest humor prize.
For 239 episodes, Michael McDonald was the face of "MADtv," a sketch comedy show that ran from 1995 to 2009 on Fox.
You have to admire Hollywood's chutzpah.