";s:4:"text";s:11022:" (uncredited), executive producer (as David Householter), second second assistant director: San Diego, additional second assistant director: New York, second second assistant director: New York, additional second assistant director (uncredited), construction coordinator (as John Elliott), art department assistant (as Nina Arbulu White), animatronic designer / animatronic operator, special effects technician (as Michael Dzenowagis), mechanical effects technician: Spectral Motion, visual effects: Pipeline technical director, senior look development and lighting artist, visual effects producer: Lola Visual Effects, visual effects associate producer: Lola Visual Effects, visual effects supervisor: Lola Visual Effects, stunt double: linda's brother / stunts (as Todd Terry), stunt double: Christina Applegate / stunts, stunt double: David Koechner (uncredited), stunt double: James Marsden (uncredited) / stunt double: Paul Rudd (uncredited), stunt double: Ron Burgundy (uncredited) / stunt double: Will Ferrell (uncredited), second assistant camera: "c" camera, dayplayer, camera operator: "a" camera / steadicam operator, first assistant camera: "a" camera, Steadicam, gaffer: second unit / set lighting technician, camera operator: "b" camera (as Mike Satrazemis), second assistant camera: second unit (uncredited), digital intermediate accountant (uncredited), assistant location manager: New York unit, assistant location manager: New York Unit, location assistant: NY Unit (as Christopher Sarli), key assistant location manager (as Ryan Taylor), photo double: Amy Poehler (as Sarah Reagin), production coordinator (as Samantha Kreitzer), additional production assistant: first team, assistant production coordinator: San Diego Unit, assistant production coordinator: new york unit (as Eric Rau), additional production assistant (as Courtni Mills). | " James Berardinelli of ReelViews gave the film two and a half stars out of four, commenting, "At two hours, Anchorman 2 overstays its welcome by at least 20 minutes, if not longer. " Alonso Duralde of The Wrap gave the film a negative review, writing, "It's a constant barrage of joke-joke-joke, but they're all gags that take place in the moment and are immediately shoved aside for the next one.
(as David Marshall Silverman), Ad Sales Guy Advising readers to see it, he wrote "Comedy is tragedy told with a laugh. Ron also wins a bet with Lime forcing him to legally change his name to Jack Lame. ", The film's suggestion that sponsors of news programs have influenced news stories is accurate. (uncredited), Debonair Bar Patron But you know what?  An online version of the trailer premiered on May 21, 2012 on the website FunnyOrDie.com. " Rafer Guzman of Newsday gave the film a positive review, writing, "This sequel may not produce any quotable lines, but to borrow one from the original: Don't act like you're not impressed.  On November 30, 2013, Ferrell co-anchored a newscast on Bismarck, North Dakota's CBS affiliate KXMB-TV in character as Ron Burgundy. Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues is a 2013 American comedy film and the sequel to the 2004 film Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy. Official Sites  Paramount notified theater owners that Anchorman 2 would be their last film with a US release on 35mm film stock.  On March 4, 2013, actor Harrison Ford was spotted on set with Will Ferrell.
", Richard Roeper gave the film four out of five stars, calling it "one of the funniest movies of the year, and in its own loony way, it's a sharp, dead-on satire.  In a May 2012 interview, he was quoted as saying that nothing was set. He and his team devise a sensationalist and patriotic newscast. Burgundy grows jealous of Corningstone's success and storms out of the house, leaving her and their 6-year-old son Walter.  A second trailer was released on October 23, 2013 and was attached to Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa.
and performed "Ride Like the Wind" in character as Ron Burgundy with Christopher Cross.
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There's nothing more fun to me than new characters and a new world. | (uncredited), GNN Producer's Assistant At the same time, an exclusive news story comes in, requiring Burgundy to cover it. Burgundy's success excites GNN's manager, Linda Jackson, and they begin a romantic relationship. In a subsequent segment, Ferrell (dressed as himself) was joined by Carrell, Rudd and Koechner to promote the film.  On December 4, 2013, it was announced that Ferrell was scheduled to appear on SportsCenter on December 5, 2013, in character as Ron Burgundy, but the appearance was cancelled in light of a news conference regarding sexual assault allegations against quarterback Jameis Winston. (uncredited), Recital Audience Member Parkgoer However, as Anchorman 2 takes place around 1980, we also get a few early-'80s tracks like Christopher Cross' "Ride Like the Wind" -- included here in both its original format and reworked by Robin Thicke and Ron Burgundy (Will Ferrell) -- John Waite's "Change," and Grandmaster Melle Mel's 1983 hip-hop classic "White Lines (Don't Do It)." (uncredited), GNN Field Cameraman Scott of The New York Times gave the film a positive review, writing, "The sheer density of the jokes guarantees a few laughs for every taste ... and the loose, improvisational energy of the performers keeps things lively. On the one hand, [we were] being begged to do a sequel for such a long time, and then we finally came up with a concept that we liked, we talked to all the guys, and everyone was up for it.
" Soren Anderson of The Seattle Times gave the film three out of four stars, writing, "It's a piñata at which Ferrell & Co. swing away wildly. During a party celebrating GNN's success, Lame causes Burgundy to slip and suffer a head injury, resulting in him becoming temporarily blind. , As part of a product placement deal with the film, Miller Lite decided to reintroduce their original packaging on their 16-ounce cans for the duration of the film's theatrical release, as the original logo was contemporary with the setting of the film. (uncredited), Bill - GNN Technical Director " Todd McCarthy of The Hollywood Reporter gave the film a positive review, writing, "It's bawdy, on-target in its take on what's become of TV news, and packed with wacky performers. , Rotten Tomatoes gave the film a rating of 74%, based on 201 reviews, with an average score of 6.42/10.  On April 29, 2010, McKay announced that Paramount Pictures had turned down a proposal for the sequel, despite the proposed pay cuts, saying: "So bummed. " Ann Hornaday of The Washington Post gave the film two and a half stars out of four, writing, "Considering the improvisatory talents – even genius – of Ferrell and his co-stars, it's no surprise that laughs abound in Anchorman 2. That definitely gave us a big idea. " Peter Travers of Rolling Stone gave the film three out of four stars, writing, "When is a movie fall-down funny even when some scenes fall flat on their fat ones? ", On March 1, 2018, Adam McKay said that the third film could be having to do with the Iraq War. Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues (2013) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.  In its second weekend, the film dropped to number three in the United States, grossing an additional $19.7 million.
OK, not really.  By June 2012, parts of the story had solidified, including a move of the location from San Diego to New York, and a focus on the onset of the cable news era in the 1980s. (uncredited), Man in Yellow Button Up , On November 27, 2013, Paramount Pictures moved the release date up two days from December 20, 2013, to Wednesday, December 18, 2013. (uncredited), Dad of Young Family Still, I laughed.
On February 28, 2014, an R-rated version of the film titled, Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues: Super-Size… (uncredited), SeaWorld Hawaiian Shirt Heckler (as Anna Enger), WBC Stage Manager Company Credits  In its fourth weekend, the film dropped to number 10 in the United States, grossing $5.8 million. ", Ian Buckwalter of NPR gave the film a positive review, saying, "Time will tell if this film is as quotable as its predecessor, but for now, Anchorman 2 coasts along quite successfully on sheer manic eccentricity. It's also their money. They often miss their mark, but when they connect, out fall the laughs in great big bunches. However, in March 2012, Ferrell officially announced the film was in production and filming began in March 2013.
 On November 19, 2013, an autobiographical book called Let Me Off at the Top! Maybe there is a solution. This adds a layer of meta-style, in-character comedy to the listening experience as Burgundy introduces the soundtrack and proceeds to guide you through the album. (uncredited), Sunglasses Salesman