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The actor who plays Armando Alvarez in the upcoming movie is seen enjoying a night out with two male friends in a bonfire.
In the beer commercial for Old Milwaukee, the 'Casa de Mi Padre' star is featured walking slowly through a wheat field before opening a can that is tossed to him.
Asking the important question 'Who is Armando Alvarez?', this newly-released teaser trailer for the Matt Piedmont-directed comedy also offers glimpses of Ferrell as a son, lover and vigilante.
Forbes Magazine calculates that the 'Going the Distance' actress returns 40 cents for every dollar the studios spend on her while runner-up Eddie Murphy returns $2.70 for every dollar he is paid.
In the latest edition of Funny or Die's 'Between Two Ferns', Zach and his guest Will feed each other cherries before sharing a mouthful of strawberries.
Will Ferrell is convinced his movie 'Stranger Than Fiction' would have been a hit if Russell Crowe had tackled his role, insisting there is an 'absolute bias' on comedians who attempt to make dramas.
Following the footstep of Dustin Hoffman and Jason Bateman, the 'Step Brothers' funnyman locks lips with his co-star for a 'Kiss Cam' moment during the NBA playoffs.
Will Ferrell turned manic on late night TV in America on Monday night after weeks spent threatening to shave off TV host Conan O'Brien's beard.
DeAngelo Vickers introduces himself to Dunder Mifflin's staff and Kelly Kapoor has already had her eyes on the new boss.
Christina Aguilera laughs off her Super Bowl slip-up in the ad, saying 'I've slipped a little, tripped a little but I forgot the lyrics to the National Anthem at the Super Bowl. I take the cake.'
The preview sees Nick Porter who sells all his things to survive after he is fired from his job and is left by his wife.
One of the boys will pop the question and exec producer Bill Prady has narrowed it down to three couples.
Following the footsteps of Michelle Williams and Kelly Rowland, Beyonce cut her professional ties with her manager father Matthew.
The image gives a close-up shot at the intelligent fury animal portrayed by Andy Serkis in the 'Planet of the Apes' prequel.
The 'Land of the Lost' actor says he will be a full-time replacement of Steve Carell on the show though a source claims he might be just joking.