Beaming families, teary smiles, mortarboards in the air — it’s graduation season, which means that more importantly, it’s celebrity commencement address season. While some high-profile speakers have received a chillier reception than others, the A-lister speech has long been a reliably amusing diversion in between long-winded orations from dusty academic types. Maya Rudolph took plenty of artistic license with “The Star-Spangled Banner” at my graduation ceremony from Tulane a few years ago, an unforgettable experience that I was too drunk to currently remember. But today brings video of another movie star taking the stage before a mass of fresh-faced students blissfully unaware of how hard getting a job is. Ladies, gentlemen, Will Ferrell is in the house.
Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith stepped out from behind the kit and got in front of a camera to address a situation with Will Ferrell. Apparently the Anchorman star is taking this doppleganger thing to a whole new level and Smith isn't having it.
Will Ferrell filmed an ad for Old Milwaukee that aired during the Super Bowl last night. But you probably didn't see it. The ad only played in three places -- Sherman, Texas, Ardmore, Oklahoma, and Glendive, Montana.
Jimmy Kimmel doesn't need help making his show funny. But at least when he gets a little outside assistance, it's from Will Ferrell and Ryan Gosling. That's pretty much the best way to do that. Will Ferrell for the laughs, and Ryan Gosling for making women scream like a mouse just ran up their pants...
The Will Ferrell holiday classic 'Elf' wasn’t supposed to be a hit. Despite being a heartwarming comedy released around the holiday season, it had several things going against it before the filmmakers had a chance to start shooting.
America’s pastime — the yawn-enducing sport of baseball — has finally figured out a way to make the batting lineup announcements anything but horribly dreadful. Recently, comedians Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis were present at a Chicago Cubs home game, where they not only hilariously delivered the team’s introductions, but also tossed out some pitches.
Ron Burgundy, Champ Kind, Brian Fantana, and the great Brick Tamland will be returning to the big screen for 'Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues'. Although full shooting for the movie won't begin until next year, this is already shaping up to be one the most anticipated movies of the decade.