What would Anchorman look like as a serious drama? What better day of the year than to ask this very question?
Currently in cinemas across the US and UK is a new edit of Anchorman 2, replacing many of the jokes and inserting new material that was, previously, just cluttering up the cutting room floor.
I guess that Baxter-based spin-off that was never going to happen is now never going to happen with a cherry on top.
I look forward to somebody on the internet cataloguing them all for us.
Is this worth $15 to you?
How does making a film like this - rich in improv, almost modular in terms of its editing - require different filmmaking techniques to, say, Back to the Future or Inside Llewyn Davis?
For the first time, I'm finding this Superticket offer attractive.
In what may be the boldest viral marketing move yet, Will Ferrell took to the airwaves as his Anchorman character Ron Burgundy… and anchored the news. Ferrell sat in on local CBS affiliate KXNews of Bismark, North Dakota and did stories about Santa visiting with local kids and a speed trap that uses a squad car […]
Leave it to Anchorman 2 to make character posters fun again.
Somebody is trying to help Ron Burgundy understand one of the day's biggest news stories.
A newly published interview with the Adam McKay has revealed an offbeat spin-off that might just happen.
They're lucky to have a character that's so easy to spin-off into marketing materials like this, not to mention an actor with so much vested.
The next Paramount Picture to be offered as part of AMC's Superticket deal will be Anchorman 2. The US cinema chain will be offering tickets from November 26th for screenings set to occur two days before the wide, December 20th release. It's not yet clear how much the ticket will cost or if, as happened […]
There's obviously no end to the sheer class that is Ron Burgundy. Here three video updates from San Diego's finest.
Alternative versions are very, very possible in this age of digital distribution. Do we want them, though? Will we turn up to see alternative edits of the same film?
I'm surprised how much it feels like Ron Burgundy and his cohort never went away.
I love scotch. Scotchy, scotch, scotch. Here it goes down, down into my belly...
We're interested, really, because it gives Ron Burgundy another chance to do his thing.
Some very old cars and some innuendo. Of course.