Amazon is teaming with Funny or Die on a live stream of the 2018 Rose Parade hosted by Cord Hosenbeck and Tish Cattigan —aka Will Ferrell and Molly Shannon.
John Lithgow visited "Watch What Happens Live," where he revealed celebrated roles he's turned down during his illustrious career.
Mark Wahlberg and Will Ferrell went abs-to-ab when the cast of "Daddy's Home 2" visited "Conan" at the Apollo Theater in New York City Thursday.
That’s the overriding message at the heart of the hilarious first clip from the upcoming sequel, Daddy’s Home 2, which you can watch exclusively above.
In celebration of Will Ferrell’s 50th birthday, take a look at some of his most wacky character over the years.
Will Ferrell on new comedy 'The House' pairing him with another former 'SNL' star, role for his 11-year-old son, kissing John Lithgow in 'Daddy's Home 2'
Running can be addictive. Training for long-distance races (half-marathons, marathons, ultra-marathons) can be all-consuming, exhausting, and demoralizing — and at the same entirely invigorating. Not surprisingly, plenty of celebrities have been bit by the racing bug. Whether they participate in runs for health reasons, for the joy of it, or for charity, they all know you have to commit to train and ultimately finish a race.
Clone everyone’s favorite handsome joker Ryan Reynolds. In some bizarro dimension Apartments.com pitchman Jeff Goldblum is let loose with rapper Lil Wayne, and … George Washington. The La Brea Tar Pits in Los Angeles somehow landed Will Ferrell to star in its 2016 awareness campaign, where he puts his trademark physical comedy to good use...
After faring so well together in Talladega Nights and Step Brothers, Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly are re-teaming in another Sony Pictures comedy. Ferrell and Reilly have been looking for several years to find another opportunity to work together, and now they’ve got it. Ferrell will play Holmes and Reilly will play his faithful wing man, Watson.
John C. Reilly stopped by Conan on Thursday and discussed some of the alarmingly passionate attention he's received for his comedy "Step Brothers."
Producer partner of Will Ferrell on backlash to project he says was only in a preliminary phase: "It seemed like everyone piled on it without knowing at all what the script was about."
Despite quick wave of criticism, reading the script and not just the log-line reveals a good-natured and well-researched comedy that offers an "alternate take" on seismic events in American history
Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg’s battle royale in the Christmas comedy Daddy’s Home almost extended to the basketball court. In this exclusive deleted scene above from the movie’s upcoming Blu-ray release on March 22, we see Ferrell’s mild-mannered stepdad gently coaching the youth basketball team and reminding them to run his special play that conveniently spells out “HAVE FUN.” That’s when Wahlberg’s tough-talking biological father steps in. After casually dropping his (possibly fake) b-ball cred, including three seasons in an Italian league and a retired jersey in the “Benetton arena,” he slam dunks one for good measure, instructing the kids to “feed the big man,” which in this case, is definitely not Ferrell.
What better way to spend Valentine’s Day than sitting in the hot tub with your love-ah and eating spiced meats? This week’s #ThrowbackThursday clip of Saturday Night Live is a classic — Will Ferrell and Rachel Dratch’s “Love-ahs in the Hot Tub.” Their recurring characters, Roger and Virginia, are professors who are TMI about their romantic escapades, and this time, poor Jimmy Fallon is their unwitting listener as they all sit together in the hot tub. Related: The 25 Best ‘SNL’ Players of the Last 25 Years: #25-21 He has to listen to the story of the first time they made love — “He then rubbed my nubile body with fruit lineaments and Noxzema… until the flies and ants came, methinks it was the finest lovemaking that the world have ever known.”
The stars of the hit comedy Daddy’s Home, which made a very solid $40 million in its opening weekend (just behind Star Wars: The Force Awakens), spoke with Yahoo Movies earlier this month about their own child-rearing philosophies. Will Ferrell — who plays a dopey stepdad to Mark Wahlberg’s badass biological father in the movie — jokingly embraced the age-old tactic of spanking. Appropriately for their characters in the film, his costar Wahlberg did not find Ferrell’s threats all that intimidating. (Watch the video above.)
On The Daily Show, Will Ferrell thought back on his days of playing President George W. Bush on Saturday Night Live. Considering today’s Republican candidates, Ferrell said he thought Bush “seems like a really sane choice right now, with the current field” and called him a “total moderate.” We found ourselves reminiscing about some sweet Ferrell political impressions, so we did a little digging and went all the way back to the 2000 election and the debate between Al Gore (expertly impersonated by Darrell Hammond) and Ferrell’s Bush. ...
On The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Will Ferrell appeared as a very modernized take on Kris Kringle which he called “New Santa,” complete with bleached hair, board shorts, and a Bluetooth earpiece. “The Kris Kringle we all grew up with is old and lame,” he said. “Dude looks like someone’s weird grandpa. Kids today are demanding a newer, hipper, more badass Santa Claus — so, uh, you’re welcome.” That’s right, the fat man from the North Pole is sporting a very Laguna Beach, Cali-breezy look with the chill vibes to match. Oh, and a T-shirt gun. ...
The Other Guys are about to turn on each other. Five years after their hit buddy-cop comedy, Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg reunite in the new comedy Daddy’s Home. Watch the exclusive trailer.
Yahoo TV has the exclusive debut of the extended trailer for 'A Deadly Adoption,' the Lifetime movie starring Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig premiering June 20.
Turns out Will Ferrell wasn’t telling the truth: Lifetime’s top-secret movie starring Ferrell and Kristen Wiig — a project that Ferrell said he had scrapped — will air later this month.
Nick Offerman and Will Ferrell were on The Voice: Charity Appeal Edition to help give voice to three hour Red Nose Day charity drive on NBC. To get in 'appealing' shape, Nick appealed to the judges who set him up with "appealing coach" Jeff Goldblum. After that it was on to a one-on-one 'appeal off' with Will Ferrell, who was not about to back down from a charity fight. In the end, both comedians were announced as winners of the 'Appeal Battle,' even if Will thought he won it fair and square; "I'm the best at charity!" The live star-studded special airs on Thursday, May 21 (8-11 p.m. ET) on NBC.
Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig have teamed for a top secret Lifetime movie called 'A Deadly Adoption,' set for a likely early summer debut.