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.
'The Hangover 3' is happening. Though 'The Hangover, Part II' was basically a remake of the original film and mostly disappointed critics, the sequel made a ton of money (it was the fourth highest grossing film of 2011) and WB and director Todd Phillips have been quietly planning the third and final installment. And, as it turns out, 'The Hangover 3' may be happening sooner than you thought.
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.'
For nearly thirty years people have been trying to commit John Kennedy Toole's 'A Confederacy of Dunces' to film. Over those years John Belushi, John Candy, Will Ferrell, Harold Ramis, David Gordon Green, and Steven Soderbergh (among others) have been attached or rumored to be working on it. Now it looks like Zach Galifianakis will finally bring it to the big screen.
The elections are coming up and nobody can avoid it. It's the one time every four years in which Americans vote for the best candidate, or the "lesser of two evils." But what if you had to choose who was the best candidate for a government position between Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis? Yeah, it's a little difficult to choose who is the funnier person of the two.
Last night, Comedy Central premiered their first 'Between Two Ferns' special, subtitled 'A Fairytale of New York.' Host Zach Galifianakis hadn't recorded one of his popular Funny or Die shows in a while but returned last night with a whole batch of new interviews, framed around one of those Barbara Walters interview specials. So how'd it go?
Zach Galifianakis' awkward celebrity interview webseries, 'Between Two Ferns,' is getting its own Comedy Central special. Scott Aukerman, who directed many of the popular webisodes, made the announcement on his "Comedy Bang Bang" podcast, giving fair warning to potential celebrity victims, everywhere