Will Ferrell wasn’t the first guy to show up on talk shows in character, doing conceptual comedy bits; Chris Elliott has been doing it for 30 years.
Will Ferrell (aka Ron Burgundy, San Diego’s top-rated newsman) made an in-character stop on Wednesday’s edition of “Conan,” where he played a little flute, gave Conan O’Brien some advice and announced that the sequel to the 2004 comedy “Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy” is officially underway. After telling O’Brien and Andy Richter how much […]
As a way to celebrate Twitter’s sixth anniversary, Jimmy Kimmel showed a bit where various celebrities read some of the nastiest tweets about themselves that they’ve seen.
Yesterday, Will Ferrell hit the interview circuit hard to promote his new all-Spanish movie “Casa de mi Padre,” and in each stop he did something showy in his usual oddball way. We’ve already told you what he did during the fourth hour of “Today” yesterday, where he and co-star Nick Offerman appeared in bathrobes. But […]
What happens when Ted Buckland (Sam Lloyd) sees people in the “Cougar Town” world that look like people he knows in the “Scrubs” world? We found that out last night on “Cougar Town”.
Will Ferrell had a relatively straightforward interview with Matt Lauer in the second hour of “Today,” but when he came back for the fourth hour to talk to Hoda Kotb and Kathie Lee Gifford, he and his “Casa de mi Padre” co-star Nick Offerman came into Studio 1A wearing robes and sipping Bloody Marys.
It’s amazing how the news cycle can even pass “The Daily Show” by sometimes; if something happens as they take their three-day weekends, sometimes their response on Monday seems a bit behind. That was the case with their take on the “Kony 2012” movement.
The Oscar ceremony has much to prove Sunday, including whether a blockbuster-free field can draw a TV audience and if Billy Crystal’s host routine remains a crowd-pleaser.
Without a doubt, 2011 had a lot of “Can’t unsee them” moments. And some of them were so long, they extended for entire seasons, including the show that tops the list; it hasn’t ended yet, but we all know where it’s going.
BY: BRETT ZONGKER WASHINGTON – Jack Black, Conan O’Brien and Larry King will honor Will Ferrell with the nation’s top humor prize, along with Maya Rudolph and Molly Shannon from his “Saturday Night Live” days. On Wednesday, the Kennedy Center in Washington announced a lineup of star comedians who will perform in Ferrell’s honor for […]