The Legend Continues To Continue In New 'Anchorman' Teaser

Happy Easter! Much like they did last year, the Channel 4 News Team are back to offer a glimpse of their insanity without revealing anything about their movie. Takeaways: they've returned, their hair looks great, and some solid childcare advice from Brick Tamland. Stay classy, Fat Faces!

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The Times Are A-Changin' In 'Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues' Trailer. Also, Scorpions

R.I.P. Sweet Brick. This newest trailer for Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues slices off a big piece of plot detail. As Father Time rolls the clock from 1979 to 1980, Ron Burgundy must also roll with the changes as he fails upward into the world of cable news. However if you're looking for more details about how the News Team ends up getting attacked by airborne scorpions or the situation that causes Ron to force feed a gallon of milk to a shark, you'll have to see the film when it opens on Christmas Day. Speaking of Christmas, I know what I want. That RV with a painting of Ron and Jesus on the side. If the RV is not available, I'll settle for a t-shirt with that pairing. But it had better be a really comfortable t-shirt because I don't intend to ever take it off.


'Anchorman 2' Trailer – MAKE ME LAUGH, DAMMIT!

That escalated slowly! Wait. I screwed that up. Shit. As we learned over a year ago on Conan, Anchorman is coming back with more of the same. And in no way is that depressing. All of our old favorites will be returning as well as a few new faces appearing as Ron, brick, Champ, and Brian run amok around NYC, trying to make their way in the face of the rise of cable news. I'm sure it will be more interesting than the second part of that sentence makes it sound.


Ron Burgundy Is Even Doing Curling Coverage To Promote 'Anchorman'

Brick strikes me as a curling enthusiast. In case you were unaware (like, if you hadn't been in front of a TV in three months), there's going to be a new Anchorman film coming out 'round Christmastime. And, saturation points be damned, Will Ferrell is going to keep promoting that fact until he keels over or the film becomes the new Titanic. His most recent stop was a curling tournament in Winnipeg. Which is just random enough to make perfect sense. We don't have footage of the event, as it seems to have been taken down off YouTube, but we've got this.


Screen Junkies Show: An Awkward 'Anchorman 2' Christmas

We blew it. When interviewing A-List celebrities, there are certain things that you should not do. We did all of them. Though the cast of Anchorman 2 are pretty good sports, we did still manage to have Steve Carell threaten to kill Hal. Twice. Make no mistake, we totally blew it. In fact, we think it appropriate that we quote the immortal words of Shia LaBeouf here. But we own our mistakes around here and decided to use our miserable, shameful failure to help the world. HEAL the world, if you will. In the spirit of learning, we give you... How Not To Do A Junket.


Cronenberg Continues His Manic Hollywood Descent With Another 'Map To The Stars' Trailer

This family looks pretty messed up. David Cronenberg has released another trailer for Map to the Stars, his nihilistic, frantic look of the stereotypical L.A. life. He's got quite a cast behind it with Robert Pattinson (his new Viggo Mortensen), John Cusack, Mia Wasikowska, and Olivia Williams. The film tracks the Hollywood-embedded family as a daughter played by Masikowska returns home from a psych ward to find her way again. The whole thing looks like another step away from Cronenberg's cearlier ontrolled fury, a departure that started with his previous film, Cosmopolis, which also tackled the ideas of fame, albeit in a very strange fashion. What you see here is what you get. Good luck figuring out what that is.


Cast Your Vote For Either Zach Galifianakis Or Will Ferrell In 'The Campaign'

Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis: Two men, two funny voices. The Campaign manages to take old characters and make them new again, with what will surely be funny results. Will Ferrell will be donning the George W. Bush suit (with a hint of Ricky Bobby) while Zach Galifianakis takes a lesser-known (but far more funny) character out for a spin: his timid alter-ego Seth Galifianakis. Of course, the characters they're playing will have names like Cal Brady and Marty Huggins, respectively, and they'll be duking it out for a congressional seat in North Carolina. The movie doesn't look particularly "good," but after some more melancholy fare like Everything Must Go, it's nice to see Ferrell just get dumb. Points to the trailer guys for using The Black Keys, and points against them for using the hackneyed "Takin' Care of Business," leading me to believe that Homer Simpson may have had a hand in creating this trailer.


Parents Continue To Torment Their Kids On Halloween, All For Jimmy Kimmel

They lied to their kids about eating all their candy. Really nice work, parents. If you're like me, you love lying to/disappointing children. So every year, when Jimmy Kimmel does his annual, "parents lie about eating their kids' candy and tape it," I get pretty fired up. Because watching kids cry is funny for those at arm's length, and one day, it will provide the children something to laugh about with their therapists. Hilarious! I sort of got the joke when Kimmel first did this, and thought it was pretty funny. However, after a few years, I think it spotlights some truly deranged parents, and Kimmel, though I understand why he's doing it, is playing a pretty instrumental part in f*cking with the heads of these kids. DOES HE KNOW HOW IMPORTANT CANDY IS TO CHILDREN? There's nothing more important.


Set Visit To ‘The Hangover 2' Reveals More Insanity, Bangkok Style

The always dependable (if slightly cheesy) 'Entertainment Tonight' paid a visit to the set of 'The Hangover 2', and gave us a glimpse of the kind of insanity we're in store for when it in theaters May 26th. The four friends from The Hangover couldn't possibly get into any more trouble than they did in Vegas, right? They did just about everything you could do in Vegas without suffering permanent injury or facing serious jail time. That's why the gang are headed to Bangkok, Thailand to cause ninety minutes worth of international incidents. Here's the official synopsis for the movie: "In the follow-up to the record-breaking hit comedy “The Hangover,” Phil (Bradley Cooper), Stu (Ed Helms), Alan (Zach Galifianakis) and Doug (Justin Bartha) travel to exotic Thailand for Stu’s wedding. After the unforgettable bachelor party in Las Vegas, Stu is taking no chances and has opted for a safe, subdued pre-wedding brunch. However, things don’t always go as planned. What happens in Vegas may stay in Vegas, but what happens in Bangkok can’t even be imagined." The always dependable (if slightly cheesy) "Entertainment Tonight" paid a visit to the set, and gave us a glimpse of the kind of insanity we're in store for when The Hangover 2 opens in theaters May 26th. (Collider)