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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.
By the hymen of Olivia Newton-John!
Somebody is trying to help Ron Burgundy understand one of the day’s biggest news stories.
I’m surprised how much it feels like Ron Burgundy and his cohort never went away.
We’re interested, really, because it gives Ron Burgundy another chance to do his thing.
Some very old cars and some innuendo. Of course.
It seems like Ron Burgundy will be down on his luck at the opening of Anchorman 2. According to EW: Set a few years after the first movie, Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues finds Ron Burgundy — who has lost …
It’s kind of a big deal, he says.
Amongst the many, many bit-part players on Anchorman 2 we’ll get glimpses of Nicole Kidman, though who knows what she’ll be doing, and Vince Vaughn and Luke Wilson, presumably reprising their roles from the first film.
Harrison Ford is to play his second TV news broadcaster in just three years. Can’t say I blame him, what with all the sitting down and lack-of-snakes.
Adam McKay has already talked about how he wants the cast of this sequel to be wall-to-wall high-quality, slam-dunking players. Even still, Reilly might stand out as one of the best.
We’ve been teased that the Anchorman sequel is going to feature the birth of 24 hour news networks and the hiring of a more ethnically diverse range of anchors. How James Marsden fits into this, I don’t know.
Move over lamp, Brick’s getting a new love.
In what appears to be an uncredited, stolen bit of content, Perez Hilton has quoted David Koechner, who plays Champ Kind in the Anchorman films, on two key points of the upcoming sequel. Firstly, that Christina Applegate will be returning …
Almost nothing. The year the film is coming out. The year of this poster’s copyright. The lack of a 2 in the title, despite what I already said. The subtitle. That some people wear the same shoes and trousers quite …