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One of the best things about the legendary Ron Burgundy and his ragtag team of newsmen was the group's unending quotability.
Think about it. How many times did you hear someone quip "don't act like you're not impressed," invite you to a pants party or order some "scotchy scotch scotch" after "Anchorman" came out? How about advising you to "stay classy"? A lot? That's what we thought.
Let's pretend Ron Burgundy is real. That means he would've been semi-famous in the '70s. That means it's conceivable that Nintendo would have turned his life into a videogame in the '80s. Sure. Get More »
"Welcome to the '80s, baby!"
Those sweet, make-a-wolverine-purr sounds of Ron Burgundy and his rowdy little rag team are finally back to business in this first not-just-chattery "Anchorman: The Legend Continues" trailer. Get More »
Read at your own risk! There be spoilers ahead, matey. "Anchorman: The Legend Continues" cameo spoilers, to be specific.
This particular cameo has been out there already, but, what's new here is that director/co-writer Adam McKay has unleashed a bunch of details.
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Despite still being six whole months away from extending us an invitation to the pants party, the hype for "Anchorman: The Legend Continues" has officially reached its apex with the announcement that Washington D.C.'s famous Newseum will display its very own "Anchorman"-themed exhibit in November, complete with props and costumes from the original 2004 classic.
Obviously, The Newseum has a limited amount of space and can't just include every last pooped lava lamp in its exhibit. The Newseum confirmed via press release that various costumes and props, including Ron Burgundy's flaming-hot jazz flute (phew), would be present, but what of the rest? What should to make the cut? And what should Brick Tamland stab in the heart with a trident? Get More »
Will Ferrell's "Anchorman" sequel's subtitle might be "The Legend Continues" but it should probably be re-dubbed "A Series Of Potentially Distracting Cameo Appearances" (although that would be really hard to fit on the marquee). Kanye West, Tina Fey, Kristin Wiig, Nicole Kidman, Sacha Baron Cohen, Amy Poehler (whom "Anchorman" die hards will remember had a sizable role in the first film, only to see her entire subplot deleted from the final product), Liam Neeson, John C. Reilly, Jim Carrey and Harrison Ford have all shot cameos for the hotly anticipated sequel (also: an animatronic shark).
The latest celebrity to be roped into this cameo feeding frenzy? None other than Canadian rapper Drake.
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"Anchorman: The Legend Continues" will host a slew of bizarro celebrity cameos — everyone from Kristen Wiig to Kanye West to Nicole Kidman, so pretty much just everyone in show business — but as this latest teaser from the long-awaited sequel reminds, the ultimate centerpiece of this little shindig will be the one and only Channel 4 foursome.
Yep, San Diego's wackiest news quartet is back, ya'll, boots, ties and all.
The cameo is a time honored tradition in American cinema, especially in comedies. Everybody loves a well-placed cameo, right? Especially when it's someone surprising, like fimmaker Marshall McLuhan famously playing himself in "Annie Hall." That's some good stuff.
But when do cameos become too much of a good thing? Well, according to Hollywood.com, "Anchorman: The Legend Continues" may have just reached that point, as Kanye West is reportedly the latest random celebrity to film a cameo for the long-anticipated comedy sequel. He was spotted filming on an Atlanta rooftop with Paul Rudd and Christina Applegate, being shaded by an umbrella.
But with West — and so many other reported cameos — in the picture, we have to ask: Is there going to be any room left for Will Ferrell? Get More »
So, sure, all mashups we put up on NextMovie have an element of fun to them, but we admit that there are other supercuts and juxtapositions worthy of our attention out there. This is one of those transcendent mashups, and we can thank the smooth, dulcet sounds of Ron Burgundy and Macklemore for that. (Actually we can thank whoever flawlessly edited this video, but still.) Get More »