Tag: Will Ferrell

Will Ferrell Brings Back Bush 43 for SNL Cold Open

“Saturday Night Live” host and former SNL cast member Will Ferrell rekindled his impersonation of former President George W. Bush for this week’s “Saturday Night Live” cold open. Ferrell’s character, from a set in his basement where he said he still pretends

Newt Gingrich Offers to Help Draft ‘Notebook’-Style Ronald Reagan Screenplay

Newt Gingrich is relieved that funnyman Will Ferrell has decided to pull out of an upcoming comedy film satirizing the late President Ronald Reagan’s battle with Alzheimer’s disease — but said a film about Nancy Reagan’s care for her husband in the later years of his life could be a great movie, if it were done in the vein of the 2004 romantic drama The Notebook.

10 Symptoms of Alzheimer’s Disease Will Ferrell Apparently Finds Funny

Funnyman Will Ferrell is attached to star in and produce the upcoming comedy film “Reagan,” a fictional tale which satirizes the late President Ronald Reagan’s tragic battle with Alzheimer’s disease. In the wake of the film’s announcement, we’ve compiled a list of ten symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease that Will Ferrell must find “hilarious.”

10 Diseases Other Than Alzheimer’s Ripe for Will Ferrell Comedy

In the wake of Will Ferrell’s decision to spoof Ronald Reagan’s battle with Alzheimer’s disease, we’ve compiled list of other tragic illnesses which the comedian might consider for follow-ups. No doubt, Mr. Ferrell, with his sophisticated insights, will be able to mine the humor in all of these.

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WATCH: First Trailer for ‘Zoolander 2’ Leaks Online

What could be better than gasoline fights, orange mocha frappuccinos, and fashion walk-offs judged by David Bowie? The Zoolander 2 trailer, of course. The first trailer for the Ben Stiller-Owen Wilson male modeling sequel leaked online over the weekend: In

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Review: ‘Get Hard’ is the Antidote to Elite Racial Hysteria

Tweet your latest selfie from a #BlackLivesMatter protest. Go to Starbucks and order a “tall blonde, black” and engage your barista in a serious conversation about race. Once you’re feeling suitably guilty–or adequately entitled–head over to your local movie theater, and go see Get Hard, the new comedy out Mar. 27 featuring Will Farrell and Kevin Hart–preferably after midnight, when the audience will be (ahem) more inclined to talk back to the screen. And laugh the P.C. police away.