Will Ferrell went on Watch What Happens Live and host Andy Cohen asked him, “When was the last time you felt shame?” Mr. Ferrell’s answer involved none other than Mr. Harrison Ford. Here’s how he accidentally dissed the legend. Via E Online:
Last time I really felt shame was when, my first day of filming Anchorman 2. Harrison Ford worked that day and at the end of the day he asked me to go to dinner by just saying, ‘Dinner?’ And I said, ‘No, I have some in my trailer,’ thinking he was just literally asking me if I had some dinner, and I realize, ‘Oh no. He just asked me out to dinner,’ and not only did I say no, in his mind it was like, ‘No way in hell.’
Oh my God, I would die. I would run back to Harrison Ford and throw myself at his feet and explain that it was all a big misunderstanding. Also, I could totally see myself doing what Ferrell did. I do shit like that all the time.
What would YOU have done? Would you have tried to explain, or just let it go?
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This is sort of obligatory posting at this point. On Saturday Night Live this week, Paul Rudd was hosting with One Direction serving as musical guest and since Paul is promoting Anchorman 2 at the moment, the rest of the cast – including Will Ferrell – joined him at one point and then One Direction joined them and they all sang ‘Afternoon Delight’ together.
It was a nice little stunt, sure, and I bet there were people who ate it up, but I just found it all… a little boring and not at all exciting like they hoped it’d be. It certainly didn’t make me want to see the movie any more than I did before (which, I’ll probably see it when it’s out to rent/download, because I did love the first one), but who knows. Maybe all the One Direction fans will be flocking to the theatres now.
Kristen Wiig is hilarious and SNL has been a total shitfest since she left (with the only bright moments being courtesy of Bobby Moynihan’s Drunk Uncle and Kate McKinnon’s everything), but of course it was time for her to head to greener pastures, and this is what we’ve got: Will Ferrell‘s new mini-series, The Spoils of Babylon.
The series is a spoof of melodramatic series like The Thorn Birds and follows a rich family, the Morehouses. Kristen Wiig is the daughter of an oil magnate who is fighting feelings for her adopted brother, played by Tobey Maguire. LOL, what? It looks really weird, but also really hilarious, don’t you think?
The Spoils of Babylon will premiere on IFC on January 9.
I’m not even gonna lie – Anchorman was my shit for the longest time. That part when Ron Burgundy is doing the flute performance and he sucks up the liquor and lights the end on fire? HILARIOUS! That movie has quotes for days and I was stupid enough to use them for a long ass time. To be perfectly frank, I still throw a “Ham and eggs comin’ atcha, get your griddles out!” every once in a while, and I’m not ashamed.
Anyone who’s familiar with Parks & Recreation actress (and Upright Citizens Brigade alum – holla!) Aubrey Plaza knows that her sense of humour is dry, and that’s being generous. So during last night’s MTV Movie Awards when she jumped on stage in the middle of Will Ferrell‘s acceptance speech for his ‘Comedic Genius‘ prize, no one really knew what to make of it… and they still kind of don’t.
MTV has said that the stunt was not planned at all and that producers asked Aubrey to leave the show shortly after, but LOL to that. She doesn’t seem to bothered about it herself and even took to Twitter to joke about it, so… whatever, I guess?
Here’s a transcript if you can’t view the video or listen to the sound, which is unfortunate, because Will’s inflection is pretty much the whole thing:
“Well, I don’t know if you follow the news at all, but there this … actress. Uh. Kristen Stewart, OK? And, um, she goes by K Stew, and um, she had a boyfriend, right? Robert Pattinson, and he’s R Pattz, and … and she cheated on him. And um … and they’re broken up and they’re not gonna get back together ever. And what they had was so special, Conan, and you don’t even know what they had. They were … they were in love, and she just threw it all away. And I just don’t know if there was anything I could have done to prevent it, and … And I just don’t know what it means for the Twilight franchise, I just don’t know. IT’S NOT GONNA BE FINE EVER. NEVER GONNA BE FINE. WHAT THEY HAD WAS SO SPECIAL, YOU DON’T EVEN KNOW. You would never know. [You've never been in love]. Not like them. NOT LIKE THEM. She is a trampire. That’s what she is. She’s a trampire.”
Of course, Will was joking around about the entire thing (I think) on Conan O’Brien’s show earlier in the week, but his impersonation (?) of those upset about the whole Kristen Stewart-Robert Pattinson thing is pretty much spot-on when it comes to those both upset and dealing with the fall-out. I’d say it’s kind of how I feel, I think maybe, if it didn’t make me look like a complete tool, you know? But “trampire”? I dunno, guys. That’s going a bit far, huh?