Will Ferrell

Nicki Minaj compares Donald Trump to Will Ferrell in The Campaign

Nicki Minaj cannot get over Donald Trump’s use of the phrase “bad hombres” during the final presidential debate Wednesday night. In a lengthy Instagram post, Minaj critiqued Trump’s choice of words, compared him to a Will Ferrell movie, and proposed a presidential run for Michelle Obama.

“Yo I’m cryin. Like this man really said ‘bad hombres’ at a crucial debate while running for President of the USA!!!!” she starts, later adding, “It’s as tho he really doesn’t know it’s bad.” She joked about Trump’s pronunciation saying, “Pronounced it as hambre like he hungry.”

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Saturday Night Live: Relive 42 years of auditions

It’s been 41 years since the words “Live from New York, it’s Saturday night!” were first uttered. It was George Carlin who hosted that fateful premiere at studio 8H, and the sketch comedy world was never the same. (Fun fact: The reason the phrase is worded that way is because the show was originally called NBC’s Saturday Night. Even after the switch to the current name in 1977, it stuck).

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Cal takes Ricky Bobby's old life in never-seen Talladega Nights clip — exclusive

Ricky Bobby’s life and career crashed and burned after he literally crashed and burned (in his imagination) on the racetrack. He had to take a break from the his sport to recover, and his wife, Carley, left him for his best friend Cal Naughton Jr. But could he have claimed some of it back?

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Cannes roundup: Will Ferrell, Michael Cera, Catherine Keener lead vacation-gone-wrong comedy

  • Will Ferrell, Michael Cera, and Catherine Keener is the triumvirate leading up Captain Dad. Writer-director Sebastián Silva’s (The Maid) new comedy tracks the Caribbean vacation of the Peelman family. Rich (Ferrell) set up the seaward adventures for his wife (Keener), but his stubbornness might derail things. Protagonist Pictures is conducting international sales, while UTA Independent Film Group is on domestic duty.
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Ryan Gosling & Will Ferrell sell Trump knives for Jimmy Kimmel

Jimmy Kimmel received a huge surprise during his monologue on Monday night’s episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live: an appearance from Ryan Gosling and Will Ferrell.

The actors were on hand to sell Donald Trump-branded knives.

“You can’t cut something classy with something trashy,” Ferrell said, referencing both the knives and Trump Steaks, an actual product the Republican presidential candidate has in the marketplace.

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Will Ferrell 'not pursuing' role in Ronald Reagan Alzheimer's film

Despite reports that Will Ferrell was set to star in a film revolving around Ronald Reagan as he suffered from dementia, EW has confirmed the actor will not move forward with the project.

Sources close to Ferrell tell EW the 48-year old had “nothing to sign on to,” and was never formally attached to star in the planned film, as the production hadn’t secured financing, a director or a distributor.

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Will Ferrell returning to the Oval Office for comedy Reagan

Will Ferrell is returning to his Presidential roots. The comedian is attached to play Ronald Reagan in Reagan, EW confirmed. His production company, Gary Sanchez, is on board to produce.

Mike Rosolio’s screenplay tracks Reagan at the beginning of his second term. When the President begins to fall into dementia, an ambitious intern is tasked with convincing the commander-in-chief that he is an actor playing the president in a movie.

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