Zach Galifianakis gets a few more laughs in the second official trailer for the upcoming comedy 'The Campaign,' but are you guys sold on the midwest political comedy yet?
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Director Craig Gillespie will make his triumphant return to the world of quirky, heart-felt comedy with Will Ferrell in 'Flamingo Thief' for Ben Stiller's Red Hour Films.
If you lived in the small North Carolina town where Cam Brady (Will Ferrel) and Marty Huggins (Zach Galifianakis) were competing to get a seat in Congress, which would you vote for? Well maybe these two new posters for the upcoming Jay Roach movie 'The Campaign' will sway you one way or another.
Politics are known for getting ugly. Candidates who are going after a prominent seat are willing to dig up all sorts of dirt on their competition, making sure that they bury their adversary's campaign before they reach election day. That's exactly what's going on in the upcoming Will Ferrell/Zach Galifianakis comedy 'The Campaign.'
This could be a match in idiot-comedy heaven. Adam Sandler is negotiating to replace Mark Wahlberg and join Will Ferrell in ‘Three Mississippi,’ a football-themed comedy for Warner Bros.
Is Will Ferrell’s ‘Anchorman’ sequel going to be a ‘Chorus Line’-style musical? Probably not. That’s too much to ask. But that’s the vibe I’m getting off of this early teaser poster for ‘Anchorman 2,’ which may (or may not) be subtitled ‘The Legend Continues.’
Forget all about the Upfronts and the new shows of the season, this is the project we want to see! It seems our favorite duo from 'The Other Guys' are reuniting along with comedian Rob Riggle to develop a new period comedy for HBO. But our question is, will Ferrell (get it? Will Ferrell) and Mark Wahlberg actually star, or leave all the funny duties to Riggle himself?
This week brings the return of 'SNL' alumni Will Ferrell to host, which should more than make up for last week's Eli Manning snooze-fest.
One of the best things about Saturday Night Live alumni returning to host the show is a chance to see some of their iconic characters return. When it comes to modern SNL, you don't get much more iconic than Will Ferrell's George W. Bush, who returned to the show to rub elbows with Fred Armisen's Barack Obama and Jason Sudeikis' Joe Biden.
If there's one thing Saturday Night Live has been getting right for decades now, it's commercial parodies. Cheesy cold commercials may be an easy target, but that doesn't make this sketch starring Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig any less funny.