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Ron Burgundy is back and this time he’s fighting a dolphin. At least that’s what happens at the beginning of Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues. The film begins with Burgundy back on the bottom. He somehow lost the national anchor job he landed at the end of the first film, and is working at San Diego’s SeaWorld. Drunk, belligerent and confrontational, the former anchorman introduces the 3:20 dolphin show and things get so bad, he ends up jawing back and forth with a dolphin.

For Ron, the person, this is terrible. But for Ron, the character, it’s great. After nine years away, star Will Ferrell’s most iconic character is back on the big screen December 20. But on May 24, 2013, we were lucky enough to be on location at SeaWorld in San Diego, CA for the final day of filming Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues.

Below, read about how this wacky scene develops including some of the most hilarious improvs you’ll ever read. Read More »

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For every one joke you’ve laughed at in an Adam McKay movie, there are probably 10 other completely different jokes that hit the cutting room floor. Sadly, fans rarely get to see most of these, except for the occasional extra feature on the DVD. For his next film, though, McKay is considering something very radical. While the first Anchorman spawned a direct-to-DVD alternate version, he’s considering releasing a whole second version of Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues, with over 240 brand news jokes, to theaters.  Read More »

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Two brand new trailers, full of new footage, characters and hilarious jokes have just been released for Adam McKay‘s highly anticipated sequel, Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues. The domestic trailer is funny – more Ron, more Champ, more Brick, more Brian, more absolute insanity in the world of 24 hour news, but the international trailer is brilliant, giving a much better sense of what the story is.

The films opens Christmas Day. Check out the two new trailers below.

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Unless you’re a British racing fan, chances are you might not know of the Goodwood Revival. Held each September, the event takes place at a circuit near Chichester that was originally operative from ’48 to ’66, and features races in which drivers compete against one another in cars from that time span. It’s old-timey stuff, but pretty nifty, especially if you’re into vintage cars.

Ron Burgundy doesn’t know much about the Goodwood Revival, but then he’s Ron Burgundy. I wouldn’t expect him to know much about, well, anything. That doesn’t stop him reporting on it, complete with some unecessary and mildly funny extra commentary. He’s just like the internet! Watch Burgundy’s report on the Goodwood Revival below. Read More »

Early Buzz: ‘Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues’

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“Free screening of Anchorman 2 this Tuesday!” As a film fan, hearing someone scream that outside a movie theater is like being invited to the ultimate event. As a film journalist, it’s the opposite, because you can’t attend. (Test screenings are typically closed to press.) Last week, I was in Burbank, CA attending a press screening of the awesome horror film You’re Next when I heard someone say those beautiful words. I didn’t follow up because I’d be stopped at the door. But lots of other people went to the show, and today we have our first reactions to Adam McKay‘s Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues.

Those reactions are decidedly mixed but, with a film from this team, that’s nothing to be worried about just yet. Test screenings are literally used as part of the filmmaking process. McKay and producer Judd Apatow use audience reactions to early versions of the film to fine tune jokes, insert alternate line readings and change the pacing of the film. So things that didn’t work in Burbank, CA could very well be changed. Read some reactions below. Read More »

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You probably already know this, but Ron Burgundy is kind of a big deal. If he wasn’t, would he be able to pull off a long leather overcoat with puffy fur collar?

San Diego’s most famous news anchor returns December 20 with Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues. The full cast of the 2004 original are back as Ron (Will Ferrell), Brick (Steve Carell), Champ (David Koechner) and Brian (Paul Rudd) are forced into the world of 24-hour news during the 1980s.

Check out two new photos from the film below. Read More »

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Only one day has passed but there’s already another rumored front runner for the Star Trek 3 directing gig: Rise of the Planet of the Apes director Rupert Wyatt. Read about that, and lots more, in this edition of Sequel Bits:

  • A rumored plot has been revealed for a sequel to The Conjuring.
  • Karl Urban wants more originality in Star Trek 3.
  • Matt Damon is still open to Bourne and Rounders sequels.
  • Anchorman: The Legend Continues graces the cover of Entertainment Weekly.
  • Plus, we get our first hint of how Ron Burgundy starts the film.
  • Despite rumors, Tara Reid could still be in Sharknado 2.
  • The Smurfs 2 will feature extra footage in India.
  • 22 Jump Street might have a big surprise cameo.
  • Andrew Stanton said Finding Dory originally came from a Disney request.

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When the first Anchorman hit theaters, we were smack in the middle of the ’00s. Lost and Veronica Mars had yet to hit the airwaves. The Janet Jackson Super Bowl controversy was still kind of a thing. John Kerry looked like a viable option for the presidency. It was a crazy time.

But times have changed for us since then, and so, too, have they for the Channel 4 news team. Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues sees Ron (Will Ferrell), Brian (Paul Rudd), Champ (David Koechner) and Brick (Steve Carell) running headfirst into the ’80s and facing the new challenges that come it. Among those are diversity in the workplace (as represented by Meagan Good) and the 24-hour news cycle (as represented by Dylan Baker). Watch the first trailer after the jump.

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