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Ron Burgundy is Back

Fans of the Anchorman movie are excited about a sequel


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Have you heard? Will Ferrell has announced a sequel to Anchorman: The Legend Of Ron Burgundy, the comedy that was set in 1970s San Diego. There is no word yet whether his costars will rejoin him, or whether it will once again take place in America's Finest City.

This movie has a real cult following...which I don't completely understand. I like Will Ferrell (who, like me, went to USC!), but I prefer some of his other movies. Something about the humor of this one...kinda lost on me. The sequel I'm dying to see is Zoolander 2. Ben Stiller and Justin Theroux are supposedly working on it. But I've been hearing that for ages!

What about you—are you a Ron Burgundy fan? And, Will Ferrell: love him or hate him?

Pssst: Fans of Will Ferrell will love this interview, Butts Below the Border, that ran last week in New York Magazine.

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