Though the movie's actors are eager to film the second movie, Applegate once again affirms the fact that the project depends on the finances.
Christina Applegate is desperate for movie bosses to organize their finances so filming can start on an "Anchorman" sequel - because all the cast are eager to begin shooting. "Anchorman" - starring Will Ferrell as a dim-witted newsreader - was a cult hit among moviegoers on its release in 2004 and the team behind the project wants to bring the comedy back for a follow-up.
However, bosses at the movie's distributor, Paramount, aren't willing to put the cash in place for the film. Ferrell recently urged fans to write to movie executives in a bid to push them into paying - and Applegate is also eager for the project to get off the ground.
She says, "Your guess is as good as mine (if it will return). The whole cast is in. But it's up to monetary costs."