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Two new comedy series executive produced by Ferrell and Stiller are ready to entertain IFC viewers later this year.
Amidst Harrison Ford casting report, on-set pictures taken from the movie's filming in Atlanta hit the web showing Ferrell and Applegate in characters.
The folk rock band's Grammy-winning album reigns the albums chart for a fifth non-consecutive week.
The 'Anchorman' actor will come to the April 14 movie awards to receive the first-ever Comedic Genius Award acknowledging his works in comedy.
Dressing in a red security guard uniform and wearing a name tag that reads 'Ted Vagina', the 'Zoolander' actor escorts the TNT analyst out of the Staples Center.
Ferrell and Gosling show up in the middle of Jimmy Kimmel's opening monolog to start their QVC show 'Knife Guys', not knowing that the talk show has been moved up to 11:35 P.M.
Amanda Fuller replaces Alexandra Krosney as Kristin Beth Baxter, and an actor is currently being sought to portray Ryan, the father of Kristin's son.
The boyfriend of Jennifer Aniston will also pen the script for the upcoming comedy project to be developed at Warner Bros. Pictures.
The 'Campaign' actor discusses one of today's hot topics, which is Kristen Stewart's cheating scandal that led to her breakup with Robert Pattinson.
The Marty Huggins and the Cam Brady of 'The Campaign' draw crowd in Seattle while taking coffee orders at Local Color Cafe as a part of their fake political tour to promote their movie.
Stating that she never gives up on fairytale of marriage, the 'Dance Again' songstress claims, 'I know that I deserve that.'
Instead of taking a long rest, the 'Pulp Fiction' actress is pictured carrying her newly born daughter as she orders pressed juices at Press and Blend in upstate New York.
Hinting that it will be 'apocalyptic,' the sneak-peek video shows Anson Mount's alter ego in a number of fighting scenes.
Launching their fake political campaign at The Grove, Ferrell and Galifianakis are also scheduled to continue their 'The Whistle Stop' tour in nine other big cities.
Gabrielle Union, Marlon Wayans, Countess Vaughn, Ricky Harris and Loni Love have also paid tribute to the comedian who just lost battle against cancer.