So what if Britain doesn't believe in drunk adults hiding in bushes, handing out candy to kids? Ron wants to wish them a Happy Halloween anyway.B. Alan Orange
It's time to put on a costume and ask strangers for candy. Will Ferrell's comedy sequel hits theaters December 20th.
From Sssssss to Gargoyles. The Channel 4 Sportscaster takes us back to his childhood haunts with a tall glass of Scotch this Halloween.B. Alan Orange
The Action 4 News team conquers the world of 24-hour cable news. Watch as Ron tries to break down racial barriers and Brick finds a new lady friend.
A new cut with over 250 different jokes is eyed as a Midnight-only release. Find out what's been cut as the director breaks down key scenes in the latest trailer.
Countdown the minutes until the news team is back and the Scotch glasses are full this Christmas. The World is watching!B. Alan Orange
The Channel 4 Team smokes crack in this anticipated comedy. News will never be the same when Adam McKay's sequel hits theaters December 20th.
Check out the latest footage from the upcoming sequel. It's one hell of a story...Brian B.
The ice cream company enlisted Nutty the Water-Skiing Squirrel to help make the announcement in New York. The sequel starring Will Ferrell hits theaters December 20th.
Watch as The infamous San Diego news anchor obsesses over a glove box. His new movie Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues will be in theaters this Christmas.
Fans can download a number of GIF images taken from scenes in the latest trailer that debuted in June.
The San Diego anchorman will offer candid insight into his life, available before Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues hits theaters.
Champ Kind, Brick Tamland and Brian Fantana are all back for this Paramount sequel from director Adam McKay.
Will Ferrell, Steve Carell, Paul Rudd and David Koechner grace the cover of the magazine's Fall Movie Preview issue this week.
Ron Burgundy (Will Ferrell) returns to the news desk in Adam McKay's comedy sequel, hitting theaters December 20th.
A full-length trailer will debut tomorrow, June 19th, for this highly-anticipated comedy sequel, hitting theaters in time for Christmas.
Director Adam McKay talks about fan expectations for this upcoming sequel, and toys with the notion of giving audiences a ratings choice.B. Alan Orange
The Washington D.C.-based museum will feature props, costumes and footage starting November 14, before Anchorman: The Legend Continues hits theaters.