Last night marked the 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards and it was quite a show. Django Unchained won big, Adele now has a Golden Globe to add to her Grammy collection, and Ben Affleck won the coveted 'Best Director' award. Funny gal hosts, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler were spot on hysterical but it was one actor (thanks to Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig) who is going viral.
The hilarious duo were up to present the award for 'Best Actress' and had the entire room seriously LOL- ing as they went back and forth to desribe each of the movies the actresses were nominated for. However, one actor wasn't too impressed with the pair. In the video below, you can see Tommy Lee Jones' totally unamused facial expression as the camera cuts to him when Wiig and Ferrell are describing Meryl Streep's role in "Hope Springs," in which he stars in as well. That's right, he's even trending on Twitter with the hastag #tommyleejonesisnotimpressed.
Will Ferrell. Enough said. Will Ferrell and Ryan Gosling. An even better combination. Both of these guys doing a hilarious skit on Jimmy Kimmel, the ultimate hilarious triple-threat. Last Wednesday, January 9th marked Jimmy Kimmel's new timeslot on Wednesdays at 11:35p.m., and his opening monologue was crashed by funny man, Will Ferrell, who claimed he used the studio every Wednesday at 11:30 to sell knives on QVC.
A special guest also joined in, Ryan Gosling, who brought a variety of items like applesauce and cottage cheese to help out his buddy sell some knives. The clip is pretty funny and Kimmel also brings the laughs when he lets Ferrell finish his skit.
Watch the clip below and see for yourself!
Paramount Pictures and Will Ferrell have announced that "Anchorman 2" is officially in production, with our favorite cast expected to come back for another round! That means Ferrell, Steve Carrell and Paul Rudd are all set to perform their roles as jazz flute extraordinaire Ron Burgundy, dumb-as-a-brick Brick Tamland, and veritable sex panther Brian Fantana once more. Original director Adam McKay will be behind the camera, and co-writing alongside Will Ferrell.
Ferrell appeared on "Conan" last night, fully in character as Burgundy, fluting up a storm. His nearly five-minute appearance concluded with the announcement that “Anchorman 2” officially has the green light!
Adam Yauch (from Beastie Boys) is going to write and direct a short film called Fight For Your Righ Revisited. It will the second episode of the You Gotta Fight For Your Right (To Party) song which was released in 1987. The tagline is pretty simple: " After the boys leave the party". Is this gonna be a trash version of A Night At The Roxburry or something ?
Jack Black, Elijah Wood, Danny McBride, Seth Rogen, Will Ferrell, John C Reilly will feature in (pretty sick).
The short film will be first released at the Sundance Short Film Festival at the end of January.
Will Ferrell Sunscreen is now available online! The comedienne is now the face of three 30 SPF sunblocks: Sun Stroke, Sexy Hot Tan, and Forbidden Fruit. Each bottle features a picture of Ferrell in hilarious glamour shot spoofs. And of course, these images show a lot of skin.
100% of the proceeds from Will Ferrell Sunscreen go to the charity Cancer for College’s College Willpowered Scholarship Fund, which grants college scholarships to survivors of cancer.
Why sunscreen? “I’ve always dreamed of owning a lotion company. And I’ve always hated cancer,” says the funnyman.
To learn more about the charity, or to purchase your own Will Farrell Sunscreen for $12 a pop, go to the charity’s website, Ebay.com, or Amazon.com.
Recent events will make their way into Will Ferrell’s upcoming Broadway show, “You're Welcome, America: A Final Night with George W. Bush.” An insider told the Daily News that Ferrell plans to plant an actor in the audience to toss some footwear at him. A twenty-nine year old journalist recently chucked his shoes at President Bush when he made a surprise visit to Iraq. Muntazer al-Zaidi threw his shoes at the president in apparent protest at the actions of US troops over the past few years. Though he missed, the moment was captured on film and has been replayed around the world.