All parents want their kids to have a good time at the movies, but too often it turns out to be at the expense of their own enjoyment. Adults sit through film after film of flat, unmotivated storylines that preach basic moral lessons, hoping their children will remain rapt for a couple of hours while they themselves fight off the urge to nap.
The Other Guys is a delightfully hilarious yet all too by-the-book cop movie farce that pays homage to The Odd Couple but mostly serves up Will Ferrell just how the masses like him, loud, goofy and out of control.
Wasting no time in kicking things into high gear for its third, and reportedly final, season, HBO’s crass, low-fi, comedic masterclass has fast-forward more than a year from where we left off in season two’s south of the border finale, with Kenny “Fucking” Powers (the irresistible Danny McBride) reunited with the heavily pregnant love of his life, April (Katy Mixon).
Will Ferrell, 44, has been experiencing New Orleans to the fullest while filming his upcoming movie with Zack Galifianakis, Dog Fight. Not only did he announce the players at a New Orleans Hornets vs. Chicago Bulls game earlier this month, but he jumped headfirst into Mardi Gras, too, riding on the parade's main float as King Bacchus, Roman God of Wine.
Introducing Wednesday night's starting lineups between the New Orleans Hornets and the visiting Chicago Bulls was none other than comedian Will Ferrell, who is in New Orleans shooting Dog Fight with fellow Funny or Die contributor Zack Galifianakis.
A HBO recording of Ferrell’s Broadway production written by him and directed by his long-time comedy partner Adam McKay, You’re Welcome America wastes little time with Dick Cheney informing audience that all cell phones must be switched ON for illegal surveillance, and that Haliburton are in charge of the washrooms meaning toilet paper is now $15 a sheet.
The now annual Will Ferrell comedy where Ferrell is the greatest the World has ever seen, on top of his game until happens and he suddenly finds himself brought crashing down to Earth have inevitably lead to this.
Approximately two thirds of the way through this big-screen, big-budget overhaul of the campy '70’s television series comes a sequence in which, after being sucked into an alternate dimension, our heroes – joke of the scientific community Dr.
It's no secret that actors who carry a multi-million dollar price tag get away with it because they draw in huge numbers — and even bigger millions — at the box office. Not always, says Forbes.
Will Ferrell is most known for his zany comedies like Anchorman, Talledega Nights, and Old School. But beneath that funnyman exterior is a very effective dramatic actor. His latest movie, Everything Must Go, is more Stranger Than Fiction than it is Blades of Glory.
When Steve Carell announced earlier this year that he would be leaving the NBC sitcom The Office, the sad news was only mitigated by word that comedy superstar Will Ferrell would appear in Carell's four final episodes.
Michael Scott (Steve Carell) has dated many women during his seven seasons on NBC’s The Office, usually to disastrous results, but when he met HR rep Holly Flax (Amy Ryan) it was clear he'd finally found his perfect match.
It looks like The Rock wants to get back to his roots. Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, 38, will return to the World Wresting Entertainment, he announced on the February 14 episode of WWE Monday Night RAW.