Here are the first set of campaign ads from The Campaign, an aptly-named comedy about the congressional runs of rival candidates played by Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis. As we maybe could have predicted from the talent involved, Ferrell's political character is basically a less squinty take on his George W. Bush, while Galifianakis seems to be giving us his sometimes-political alter-ego Seth Galifianakis as a slightly higher-functioning good ol' boy, and overall, the August release looks like it could provide some decent and timely laughs this election year. Or, if nothing else, it will give us something to gesture at with a thumb when, from the corner of our mouths, we mutter, "Not too far off from the real thing, y'know?", and then everyone knowingly half-chuckles and nods.
A petulant man-child shouting at and/or physically fighting another grown man is the hallmark of a true Will Ferrell comedy. It is to him what having a beautiful spouse and the laid-back appearance of perpetually, blearily staggering from a dorm room to the showers is to an Ada... / Continue →
Just two days after being introduced to the word "shrim," already a new Tim & Eric's Billion Dollar Movie trailer has arrived replete with the usual crazy shit, notsafeforworks content, and appearances by Zach Galifianakis, Will Ferrell, John C. Reilly, Will Forte, Robert Loggi... / Continue →
Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis--two of our most prominent big, curly-haired buffoon characters--are reportedly teaming up to play big, curly-haired, surely-buffoonish rival political candidates in a new film from Dinner for Schmucks director Jay Roach. Though, superficially... / Continue →