• Will Ferrell occupied ‘Conan’ for 12 minutes last night and you should watch it

    No doubt you know that Will Ferrell’s latest flick, the entirely Spanish-language Casa de mi Padre, is in theaters now. And that’s what brought him to Conan last night. But this was not a typical drop-in. This was an epic, 12-minute occupation. A great many things were covered, not excluding butt sex. Ferrell even shows (instead of telling) the world his best-kept secret: he’s a talented dog trainer. Check out

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    Taiwanese animation attacks Will Ferrell for his career decisions

    We’re not sure why the folks at Taiwanese animation studio New Media Animation hate Will Ferrell so much, but their newest work heavily implies it. Pegged to his decision to star in the upcoming all-Spanish language comedy Casa de mi Padre, (full trailer here) NMA spans the rise and alleged fall of Ferrell, starting from his days on Saturday Night Live up until present day. It all seems a little

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    Watch Will Ferrell in a fake beer commercial for ‘Casa de mi Padre’

    As you may have already saw this morning, Will Ferrell continued his starring role in the low budget series of commercials for Old Milwaukee. Well, here’s your second Will Ferrell beer commercial-related post of the day. In this one, he and Efren Ramirez — co-stars in the upcoming all-Spanish language flick Casa de mi Padre — appear together in an ad for Scorpion beer (Escorpion, to be precise). Check it

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    Watch Will Ferrell in the full trailer for Casa de mi Padre

    In December the comedy world was gifted with a 30-second teaser trailer for Will Ferrell’s upcoming Spanish-with-English-subtitles flick Casa de mi Padre. And today, we finally get the full trailer — all two minutes of it — of the movie centered around Armando Alvarez (Ferrell) trying to save his father’s ranch whilst getting entangled with a Mexican drug lord. We’ve already said too much. Just watch the video.

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    Watch Will Ferrell in a teaser for his Spanish comedy flick ‘Casa de mi Padre’

    Will Ferrell’s comedic range never ceases to amaze me: he’s at once 100 percent convincing as the most naïve, cheerful kid on the planet (i.e. Elf, which will be on cable TV daily until 2012 rolls around, probably) and as a supreme womanizing douchebag (i.e. Wedding Crashers, which will be on cable TV daily until the end of time). A new flick, however, is giving him the opportunity to expand

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