If you were one of the people who saw 'The Dictator' in theaters this weekend, you've already seen the brand new teaser trailer for 'Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues.' But considering 'The Dictator' didn't exactly light up the box-office, you're probably one of the millions who has yet to see the 'Anchorman 2' trailer. Well, good news, it's officially online now for your viewing enjoyment!
Though the movie isn't going to start shooting until sometime next year, the excitement for 'Anchorman 2' is palpable, and so director Adam McKay got the Channel 4 news team together to make a teaser trailer. The good news is the teaser will be hitting theaters (and the internet) next week when it will be attached to Sacha Baron Cohen's 'The Dictator.'
Has anyone out there ever listened to the ‘Step Brothers’ audio commentary? It's 100 times funnier than the actual film. How? Well, it’s a musical, which means Will Ferrell, John C. Reilly and director Adam McKay sing the entire track. They dance through rap, opera, country ... everything, all scored by composer Jon Brion. It’s genius – and apparently was supposed to be the start of something bigger.
Will Ferrell appeared on the ‘Conan’ show in full Ron Burgundy gear to announce that Paramount had agreed to terms on an ‘Anchorman’ sequel. Precious few details were shared, however, before Burgundy blew into his flute and danced off into the night. When will the sequel reach theaters? And what might it be about? Thankfully, writer/director Adam McKay’s shedding a little more light on the situation.
It took Paramount long enough. After waiting for nearly a decade, fans finally are getting what they've always wanted, an 'Anchorman' sequel. Yes, all of the Channel 4 news team will be back, including our sweet Brick. But now that 'Anchorman 2' is officially a go, what should we expect? Will there be more arm chopping, mother insults and scotch drinking than the first? God, we hope so.
In what may be the greatest news in the history of cinema, Will Ferrell broke on tonight's Conan O'Brien show that he will be reuniting with director Adam McKay, and co-stars Paul Rudd and Steve Carell for what could be the greatest sequel every filmed: 'Anchorman 2.' This has the possibility of making 'The Godfather Part II' look like 'The Godfather Part III.'