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According to an Adam McKay blog post on Funny or Die, Will Ferrell was scheduled to sing a song on last night's American Idol, but at the last minute they pulled the bit. Because of how that show is…   Read Story »
Has anyone talked to Justin Timberlake? Because he didn't show up for his part-time job Saturday night. (Groan.) The SNL finale was fantastic! Will Ferrell was in top form, and the show copied the 30…   Read Story »
Will Ferrell is about to squeeze so much precious, life-saving water from animal shit into his chapped mouth it's crazy. From the AP: The [Discover] channel said Wednesday that Ferrell and series…   Read Story »
Stupid Oscars. GET OUT OF MY WAY. There are real men on TV. (What?) Play time is over. Last night's second episode of Eastbound and Down was 30 more minutes of power and greatness. Admittedly, the…   Read Story »
As you may already know, Will Ferrell is working on a one-man Broadway show directed by Adam McKay called You're Welcome America: A Final Night with George W Bush. OK! That sounds like fun. Previews…   Read Story »
This is a 47-year-old short film directed by Adam McKay starring Steve Buscemi, Will Ferrell, Tracy Morgan, Horatio Sanz, and more. And I know that this is just the smoke of nostalgia getting in my…   Read Story »
Step Brothers comes out on DVD today, and after trolling YouTube for a funny scene, I feel like I was kind of hard on the movie after seeing it in the theater (though not as hard as Roger Ebert).…   Read Story »
Weird. Maybe SNL should just be shorter, not have musical guests, always be hosted by Will Ferrell and partially written by Adam McKay, and take place during the last burst of the most important…   Read Story »
From Roger Ebert's Step Brothers review (via Vulture): Sometimes I think I am living in a nightmare. All about me, standards are collapsing, manners are evaporating, people show no respect for…   Read Story »
If the least funny thing on Earth is someone trying to explain comedy, then surely someone trying to explain comedy to the New York Times has to be at the bottom of that bottom tier. It's right down…   Read Story »