Good. Maybe it will be funny this time.
That’s no way to treat a saint.
It’s quite a formidable package, Jack.
Brick strikes me as a curling enthusiast.
It doesn’t have a lot of Burgundy, but the Burgundy it does have is gold.
I’ve never felt more left out in my life.
I once bought term life insurance because of a ‘Reno 911′ infomercial. No I didn’t.
And we thought Ron Burgundy was a man of the people.
Please please please martians.
I will buy Durangos until they stop making these ads. Pledge with me!
That escalated slowly! Wait. I screwed that up. Shit.
Let’s hope he’s stabbed with a trident.
This just in…
Looks like Brick Tamland is getting a ladyfriend.
And possibly an armless Luke Wilson?
Your walls will really snap.
Getting moving on filming ‘Step Brothers 2′ should really free him and John C. Reilly up for so many activities later on.
Will Ferrell drops some knowledge on ‘Anchorman 2′ and the more immediate ‘Southern Rivals’.
Ever since the news that an Anchorman sequel would not happen, I've been very sad. Food doesn't taste right and I don't notice the birds singing anymore. The news should make no one sadder than director Adam McKay, who seems to have accepted the loss. In fact, he's looking onward and upward. ScreenJunkies caught up with the director of The Other Guys over the weekend and he told us he's interested in bringing back Brennan and Dale for a sequel to the cult comedy Step Brothers. That poses important questions. Where would he take the characters? How have they grown?? And why doesn't he secretly film an Anchorman sequel using the Step Brothers funding? If not for me, do it for Christina Applegate. FIND OUT THE STEP BROTHERS 2 PLOT DETAILS AFTER THE JUMP…
As previously reported, Adam McKay has a serious case of the frownies today. After severely cutting the budget, Anchorman 2 is still a no-go with Paramount. There was a glimmer of hope earlier this week when the original cast agreed to cut their prices, but Paramount decided to pass all the same.I imagine it went something like this:ADAM McKAY: So there you have it, The Further Legends of Ron Burgundy!!PARAMOUNT EXEC: Very funny. But I'll need to consult with my adviser.SLAMS MAGIC 8 BALL DOWN ON DESK.PARMOUNT EXEC: Oooh. It is decidely not so. MWUHAHAHAHAAHAHAHA!!!!!MAGIC 8 BALL: MWUHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!A TEAM OF BAYWATCH WRITERS CLOSES DOOR ON McKAY'S FACE.(via /Film)
In 2004, Anchorman swept through theaters and supplied comedy nerds, Snorg Tees, and douchebags on MTV dating shows with catchphrases galore. Sadly, the unjust box office failure of Brüno has caused a catchphrase drought, one that won't be remedied by the Channel 4 news team apparently. After failing to reunite all the players for Anchorman 2, Will Ferrell is waving the white flag of surrender. He tells IMDB, "I thought we were doing it. Now I've heard it's going to be too hard to get everyone together."That's sad for the many fans of Anchorman, but totally understandable. Will Ferrell, Steve Carrell, Paul Rudd, and David Koechner are far too busy providing cameos in one another's movies to actually get together to film a movie.