Responsible for Zoolander’s megalomaniac fashion designer Mugatu, Anchorman’s droll newscaster Ron Burgundy and a celebrated George W Bush impersonation, among his many memorable personas, today has as many behind-the-scenes producer credits as he does starring roles. Establishing himself in the mid-1990s as one of the best-loved members of US TV’s long-running sketch show, Saturday Night Live, he quickly formed a relationship with the show’s head writer Adam McKay, going on to co-write Talledega Nights, Step Brothers, Anchorman and its later sequel. With McKay in the director’s seat and Ferrell in the spotlight, it proved an easy collaboration, the pair founding Gary Sanchez Productions in 2006, spawning comedy website Funny or Die a year later, along the way co-producing hit movies Tammy, The Boss and Hansel & Gretel: The Witch Hungers.
Director of 'Jurassic World' and upcoming 'Star Wars: Episode IX' laments reaction to his smaller film out now, starring Naomi Watts and Jaeden Lieberher
The creator of the world’s most famous boy wizard marked the anniversary of her characters being shared with others.
Get your tissues at the ready... it sounds like it could be the end of the road for some of the Avengers in the forthcoming 'Infinity War' saga.
They might be all Action Jackson on screen, but you can feel the family love in that candid snap of off-screen pals Vin Diesel and Gal Gadot.
The Luna Lovegood actress was once a pen pal of author JK Rowling before she was cast in the film versions of the books.
The first trailer for new Netflix drama 'The The Bone' emerged last week, but the movie is already being accused of 'triggering' and glamorising the disease.
Johnny Depp has said that he's sorry about remarks he made at Glastonbury over the weekend about the assassination of US president Donald Trump.
A heart-rendingly tragic tale of what happened to Andy's dad prior to the events of 'Toy Story' went somewhat viral last week, thanks to one of the toy consultants on the classic movie.
While Lucasfilm chief Kathleen Kennedy deals with fallout over her decision to fire Han Solo directors, one person who absolutely understands her position is Kevin Feige, the producing force behind another valuable Disney-owned galaxy: the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
“I think that films aren't necessarily tools to change the world,” Bong Joon-ho muses, through the aid of his translator. “A film is just a beautiful thing in itself. “I don't expect the entire audience to convert to veganism after watching the film,” the director says.