The Staples Center just got a whole lot more secure.
Dressed for the part, funnyman Will Ferrell stood courtside among the red coat security during the Lakers-Suns game on Tuesday.
Ferrell, whose nametag read “Ted Vagina,” appeared to take his job very seriously. He even ejected former Laker Shaqille O’Neal at one point:
The actor will soon go back to work as San Diego’s beloved newsman Ron Bergundy in the "Anchorman" sequel.
According to TheWrap.com, comedy legend Dan Aykroyd has a new project in the works. The actor is said to be joining forces with Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis for an upcoming comedy.
The funnymen have signed on to political parody flick “Dog Fight,” penned by “Eastbound & Down” writer Shawn Harwell. Galifianakis, Ferrell and Aykroyd will be starring and producing, along with Ferrell's pal Adam McKay.
Jay Roach is directing the movie, which has Ferrell and Galifianakis portraying bumbling politicians fighting for a congressional seat in North Carolina. Aykroyd's role hasn’t been announced yet.
Owen Wilson's busily promoting his upcoming movie "The Big Year," and he's been dishing on the sequel to “Zoolander" along the way.
Wilson spoke to MTV about the much-anticipated "Zoolander 2," or “Twolander,” as he jokingly called it.
Since we’ve seen him last, things haven’t been going so well for Wilson's character Hansel. To be specific, "there's been a disfiguring injury.” Yikes!
After teaming up in the 2010 cop caper "The Other Guys," Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg are getting ready to make more mischief. The duo will reunite for the upcoming comedy "Turkey Bowl."
In the film, Ferrell and Wahlberg play men from different football-obsessed towns who lead their rival teams in an annual game of tackle football, according to Deadline. The ultimate prize? Bragging and trash-talking rights, of course!
Alec Baldwin has reportedly been cast as Wahlberg's father, and Deadline reports that the football games will feature tons of celebrity cameos, similar to the rival TV-broadcaster gang fights in Ferrell's film "Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy."
Before tackling football, Ferrell starred in sports comedies set in the world of ice-skating ("Blades of Glory"), soccer ("Kicking & Screaming"), race-car driving ("Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby"), and basketball ("Semi-Pro").
Expect the season finale of "The Office" to end on a truly funny note now that Jim Carrey has signed on to appear in the hourlong episode.
According to Entertainment Weekly, Carrey will join fellow guest stars Ricky Gervais, Will Arnett, James Spader, Ray Romano and Catherine Tate as candidates who want to take over the job vacated by former Dunder Mifflin office manager Michael Scott (Steve Carell).
Though Will Ferrell, who plays Deangelo Vickers, seems to have a lock on the job at the moment, Spader and "Doctor Who" alum Tate are likely to be the most serious contenders to take over for Carell, since all of the other actors are committed to other projects.
Get ready to see the Beastie Boys as you've never seen them before.
In the rap group's upcoming short film "Make Some Noise" aka "Fight for Your Right Revisited," Ad-Rock, MCA and Mike D are played by Elijah Wood, Danny McBride and Seth Rogen, respectively — with Will Ferrell, John C. Reilly and Jack Black also taking on the same roles.
The 30-minute video, directed by MCA, originally made its debut at the Sundance Film Festival in January and features the "1980s version" of the Beasties (Wood, McBride and Rogen) meeting their future, middle-aged selves (Ferrell, Black and Reilly).
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