10 Celebrities Who Started Podcasts in the Last Year, From Dax Shepard to Rami Malek (Photos)

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‘Wedding Crashers’ Director to Helm Will Ferrell Comedy ‘Eurovision’ at Netflix

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“Wedding Crashers” director David Dobkin has signed on to helm “Eurovision,” a comedy starring Will Ferrell that is being set up at Netflix, an individual with knowledge of the project told TheWrap.

Ferrell is co-writing the comedy with Andrew Steele, which is set around the Eurovision Song Contest, the longest running annual international TV song competition that is ripe for parody.

Ferrell is producing with Jessica Elbaum and Chris Henchy for his Gary Sanchez Productions, and Adam McKay is executive producing.

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The Eurovision Song Contest is entering into its 64th edition, this year taking place in Tel Aviv, Israel and with the slogan “Dare to Dream.” Participants from over 41 countries (oddly, not just Europe) will compete out of at least 50 eligible nations. While not many artists have seen huge career boosts from the competition, performers like ABBA, Bucks Fizz and Celine Dion all previously won and launched their careers to international stardom.

Dobkin previously directed Ferrell in a cameo part in “Wedding Crashers,” and he’s directed several episodes of Netflix shows including “Iron Fist.” He last directed “The Judge” starring Robert Downey Jr. and Robert Duvall from 2014.

Variety was first to report.

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Kumail Nanjiani will star in the upcoming fact-based spy action comedy “No Glory,” which will be adapted by Sam Bain (“Corporate Animals”).

No director is attached yet. Bain is adapting the feature based on the original manuscript of the same name. Valparaiso Picture’s David Carrico and Adam Paulsen are producing alongside Gary Sanchez Productions’ Adam McKay, Chris Henchy and Will Ferrell. Valparaiso’s head of development Bobby Hoppey will executive produce. McKay and Nanjiani are overseeing the script, while 30West is co-repping the film with UTA.

The manuscript for “No Glory,” written by a former national security operative and author Scott Shephard about the operative’s time in service, was described as “The Rambunctious Patriotism and World-Wide Shenanigans of a First Generation American in the Clandestine Service of a Grateful and Mostly Unwitting Nation.”

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“I can’t wait to dig into this incredible true story,” McKay said. “With Kumail at the helm this has a chance to be really ‘special,’ as Kumail likes to say.”

Valparaiso ‘s David Carrico continued: “This is the type of story that we created our company to help tell, narratives that can have broad commercial appeal without sacrificing artistry.  We found the prefect partners and storytellers in Kumail & Adam.”

Nanjiani was recently nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay for “The Big Sick,” in which he also starred with Zoe Kazan. He will next be seen in “Men in Black: International” as well as “The Voyage of Doctor Dolittle.”

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McKay most recently wrote, directed and produced “Vice,” which was nominated for eight Academy Awards. He also directed “The Big Short,” which was also nominated for five Academy Awards and earned one.

Valparaiso Pictures recently premiered “The Sound of Silence” at Sundance 2019. Nanjiani is represented by UTA and Mosaic. Bain by UTA.  Valparaiso Pictures is repped by Craig Emanuel of Paul Hastings.

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‘Holmes & Watson,’ Melissa McCarthy and Donald Trump Win Razzie Awards for Worst of 2018

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“Holmes & Watson,” the Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly buddy comedy, “won” the Worst Picture award at the 39th Annual Razzie Awards.

The film also picked up the Golden Raspberry, or the “$4.97 Trophy,” in three other categories, including John C. Reilly for Worst Supporting Actor, Etan Cohen for Worst Director and the prize for Worst Remake, Rip-Off or Sequel.

President Donald Trump won a pair of awards from the Razzies for his likeness appearing in two documentaries, Michael Moore’s “Fahrenheit 11/9” and “Death of a Nation” from Dinesh D’Souza, including Worst Actor and Worst Screen Combo, paired with his “self-perpetuating pettiness.” Kellyanne Conway won the prize for Worst Supporting Actress for “Fahrenheit 11/9.”

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Melissa McCarthy, who is nominated for an Oscar for “Can You Ever Forgive Me?” won Worst Actress from the Razzies. She won for appearing in both “Life of the Party” and “The Happytime Murders” in 2018, but the group also gave her the Razzie Redeemer Award for her “more complex role” in “Can You Ever Forgive Me?” which is unprecedented for the Razzies.

In past years, the Razzies have held a mini-ceremony for the winners, and Sandra Bullock once accepted her Razzie for “All About Steve” in the same year she won her Oscar for “The Blind Side.”

Finally, “Fifty Shades Freed,” the final film in the trilogy based on E.L. James’s novels, won Worst Screenplay for its writer Niall Leonard.

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“Holmes & Watson” beat out other Worst Picture nominees “Gotti,” “The Happytime Murders,” “Robin Hood” and “Winchester.”

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‘Holmes & Watson’ Film Review: Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly Stagger Through Stultifying Sherlockian Spoof

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Coroners of comic failure will find much to uncover in the corpse of “Holmes & Watson,” a thoroughly tedious and never-amusing spoof of Arthur Conan Doyle’s legendary detective.

Does the fault lie in the fact that current iterations of Holmes — the Benedict Cumberbatch BBC series, the Guy Ritchie movies, even CBS’ “Elementary” — aren’t all that faithful to the material, so satirizing it seems irrelevant? Could it be that the script by director Etan Cohen (“Get Hard”) never had a second draft? Or did Cohen not worry that everything on the page was not particularly funny because stars Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly would somehow will this painful material into amusement merely by showing up on set?

The results are singularly awful, but there are three people who can emerge unscathed from this fiasco: Rebecca Hall, who elicits mild chuckles (the closest this film gets to laughter) as an American doctor who thinks 19th century medicine is as modern as science gets; costume designer Beatrix Aruna Pasztor (“The Brothers Bloom”), who brings color and wit to her period creations; and the marketing person at Sony who didn’t pre-screen the film for critics, thus quashing advance word and ensuring it would be seen too late to make the deadline for most Worst of the Year lists.

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What plot there is revolves around Sherlock Holmes (Ferrell) and Dr. John Watson (Reilly) trying to stop a nefarious scheme by Professor Moriarity (Ralph Fiennes) to murder Queen Victoria (Pam Ferris, “Call the Midwife”). Watson falls for Dr. Grace Hart (Hall), who pushes him to have Holmes treat him like a co-detective and not merely a sidekick, while Holmes is smitten by Millie (Lauren Lapkus), who has apparently been raised by feral cats. And that’s about it.

Granted, the story should, under better circumstances, exist merely as the hat rack upon which jokes hang, but there’s nary a laugh to be found here. Most of the stabs at humor revolve around anachronism (Watson puts “Unchained Melody” on a Victrola, and he and Hart have “Ghost”-style romantic interplay while conducting an autopsy), physical bits (our heroes knock Victoria about like Frank Drebin tackling Elizabeth II in “The Naked Gun”) or Holmes’ arrogance, and none of them land.

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I found myself watching moments like, say, Holmes and Watson traveling to a rough part of London, where streetwalkers beat and rob their carriage driver as they walk away obliviously, and thinking, “Okay, that’s a funny idea. But I’m not laughing.”

A stellar supporting cast is put to waste here, if not downright desecrated; besides Fiennes, we get appearances from Steve Coogan, Kelly Macdonald, Rob Brydon and Hugh Laurie, all of whom were, one hopes, well compensated for adding this embarrassment to their résumés. (Laurie, it should be noted, plays Mycroft Holmes, a role that previously allowed his onetime comedy partner Stephen Fry to steal “Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows” out from under Robert Downey, Jr. Laurie neither takes nor is given a similar opportunity in this film.)

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Ferrell continues to wander further away from his best moments as a screen actor — and it’s his own fault for reteaming with the guy who made “Get Hard” — and Reilly’s overall lack of subtlety is particularly crushing, given that this year has seen him give two of his finest performances, in “The Sisters Brothers” and “Stan and Ollie.”

“Stan and Ollie” is a movie about a comedy duo that has seen better days, while “Holmes & Watson” merely stars one.

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Sherlock Holmes might be the greatest detective in history, but he couldn’t find any laughs in the new Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly buddy comedy and Holmes parody “Holmes & Watson.”

Though the film from Columbia Pictures didn’t screen for critics before opening on Christmas Day, a few intrepid reviewers tracked it down, and after careful deduction, their findings were not good.

“If there are any new jokes left to tell about Holmes, they’re nowhere to be found in the abysmal ‘Holmes & Watson,’ which might be the worst feature-length film ever made about the ‘consulting detective’ from Baker Street,” Ignatiy Vishnevetsky writes in The A.V. Club.

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Critics have said that while it had potential, it’s a far cry from the previous Ferrell and Reilly pairings, including “Talladega Nights” and most notably, Adam McKay’s “Step Brothers.” And while Ferrell is playing Holmes as an ego-driven type not far from Ron Burgundy, many critics agreed that Reilly often stands out and even has some charming moments with his love interest played by Rebecca Hall. Several noted a love scene between the two that parodies “Ghost,” in which they each lick frosting off a corpse.

And though the film directed by Etan Cohen is mostly a riff on the Guy Ritchie “Sherlock Holmes” movies, critics have noted that “Holmes & Watson” also has some post-modern gags that generally fall flat, including a scene in which they send a dick-pic via telegram, and another in which Watson tries on a red “Make England Great Again” hat. What’s more, critics have been in agreement that Ralph Fiennes as Holmes’s nemesis Moriarty is vastly underutilized.

See some of the choice reviews for “Holmes & Watson” below:

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Ignatiy Vishnavetsky, The A.V. Club

“One might call it a failure on almost every level — that is, if the movie ever gave the impression that it was trying to succeed. Instead, it’s pervaded by an air of extreme laziness. It’s cheap and tacky — a bizarrely dated parody of Ritchie’s Holmes (complete with a soundalike score) poisoned with rib-elbowing topical references and puerile gags. It’s the Sherlock Holmes movie with the red ‘Make England Great Again’ hat and the lactating Watson. It succeeds in only one respect. As a Christmas Day release that wasn’t screened in advance for critics, it managed to avoid our list of the worst films of 2018. It belongs at the top.”

David Ehrlich, Indiewire

“Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly have re-teamed for a comedy that’s somehow even dumber than the one that first galvanized their incredible chemistry. That should have been a good thing. It isn’t. The trouble with ‘Holmes & Watson,’ a witless Sherlock Holmes spoof that supplies fewer laughs in its entirety than ‘Step Brothers’ does in its deleted scenes, is that the movie can never decide how dumb it wants to be. Or, more accurately, what kind of dumb it wants to be.”

Roger Moore, Movie Nation

“It’s an old fashioned broad character comedy of the type Ferrell generally avoids, seeing what the genre did to earlier ‘Saturday Night Live’ comics like Mike Myers. It’s more scripted than riffed, and the script is weak tea indeed.”

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Ben Kenigsberg, The New York Times

“True, the almost Dadaist, apparently improvisational banter they brought to ‘Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby’ and ‘Step Brothers’ has been tempered this time by familiarity, the constraints of the period setting and the need for the movie to follow of the contours of a lackluster whodunit. But there is still intermittent joy to be found in their autumnal bromance, which reaches apotheosis here in a late-breaking musical duet from the show-tune veterans Alan Menken and Glenn Slater.”

Peter Debruge, Variety

“As far as Ferrell and Reilly are concerned, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s unstumpable sleuth and the thankless sidekick who recorded his every exploit are not just a great crime-solving duo but one of the great bromances of English literature — and therefore a natural target for the two actors’ ongoing exploration of dysfunctional friendships. The trouble is, Sherlock Holmes exists so large in audiences’ minds already that the pair’s uninspired take feels neither definitive nor especially fresh — just an off-brand, garden-variety parody.”

Frank Scheck, THR

“A gag involving the eating of raw onions isn’t so much running as limping. And there’s a strange amount of anachronistic Donald Trump-related humor, including bits about fake news and red MAGA hats (here reading “Make England Great Again”) that fall utterly flat in this context. But those are certainly preferable to the laborious scene in which Holmes and Watson desperately try to hide the body of the apparently dead queen, or the Disney-style musical number performed by Ferrell and Reilly that at least sounds authentic thanks to having been composed by Alan Menken and Glenn Slater. A subplot involving the Titanic seems mainly designed to showcase a cameo by one of the stars of James Cameron’s film about the doomed ship, which presumably played funnier in the writers’ room than it does onscreen.”

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Will Ferrell did not spill his guts on Thursday’s “Late Late Show” episode, but James Corden sure did — all into a spittoon bucket.

The “Holmes & Watson” star played some “Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts” on the CBS (late) late-night program, and he ate everything in front of him — and then some.

“I love that there’s two, in case I really love the first one,” Ferrell joked of the smorgasbord setup.

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For starters, Ferrell downed a raw claw shooter with Vienna sausage juice to avoid naming the “most difficult” “SNL” host during his tenure.

Next course was ant yogurt, which he gobbled down to avoid naming his least-favorite Will Ferrell movies. Corden got that very same question next, but he was presented with a different delicacy.

“You’ve got to understand — this a turkey’s balls,” Corden said.

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“It’s OK, I’ll never come on your show again,” Ferrell countered.

So Corden tries to eat it and then pukes. He had already spit up the giant water scorpion.

“Stuff like squirts out in your mouth, and you know what that stuff is,” Corden explained of the fowl’s nuts.

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Lastly, Ferrell spoons out a fish eye to (probably) avoid hurting Mel Gibson’s feelings. You’ll see what we mean.

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Will Ferrell and Molly Shannon’s ‘Cord & Tish’ to Return to Host 2019 Rose Parade for Funny Or Die

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Will Ferrell and Molly Shannon’s Cord Hosenbeck and Tish Cattigan will return to host the Rose Parade for Funny or Die again this year.

The duo’s chipper morning TV characters, a pair of “legendary broadcasters” who have been hosting the parade for 26 years, were last seen providing commentary on the royal wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle earlier this year.

“The 2019 Rose Parade Hosted by Cord & Tish” will simulcast live across Funny or Die’s website and social platforms, as well as on Twitch, on New Year’s Day at 8 a.m. PT/11 a.m. ET.

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“Once again, Tish and I are delighted to be participating in the grand tradition of the Pasadena Tournament of Roses Rose Parade. We are excited for the floats, marching bands, but not the horses because I am scared of them,” said Cord.

“I’m looking forward to another gorgeous morning in Pasadena full of pageantry, camaraderie and laughter!” added Tish. “And the horses really are a problem for Cord.”

“We’re excited to continue our partnership with Funny Or Die and welcome Cord and Tish back to the broadcast booth. This collaboration enhances the entertainment value and strengthens the success of the iconic and beloved Rose Parade,” said Tournament of Roses CEO David Eads.

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Read Funny or Die’s full bios for Cord and Tish below.

Health and Fitness expert Cord Hosenbeck is a frequent television and radio host dedicated to physical and mental wellness. He has authored over thirty books including “The Rice Cake Revolution” and “Hey! You Can Get You Organized.” Single by choice, Cord’s passions include breeding basset hounds and designing his own cutlery.
Tish Cattigan lives in Southern California with her husband Brent, who spends most of his time on his boat in Newport Beach. She was Miss Arizona and a runner-up for Miss America. As a best-selling author, she’s written many books about relationships, codependency, conflict resolution, tarot and astrology.  Aside from her many appearances alongside Cord hosting the Rose Parade, Tish is also known for her  role as Jennifer St. Kirkland in the 1997 TV miniseries “Knots Landing: Back to the Cul-de-Sac.”

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Will Ferrell Continues The Legend Of Ron Burgundy With New Podcast

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Your favorite Channel 4 anchor is back.

On Monday it was announced that “The Ron Burgundy Podcast” will be coming to iHeartRadio in early 2019 and will be co-produced by Funny Or Die. Actor/comedian Will Ferrell will be hosting the show as Burgundy, a person familiar with the podcast confirmed with TheWrap.

iHeart Radio has ordered two 12-episode seasons of the podcast, with guest names to be announced at a later date.

On Friday, the Twitter account @BurgundyPodcast hinted at the possibility of a podcast with Burgundy coming soon. The account tweeted at CNN anchor Don Lemon, saying, “It’s your good friend, Ron Burgundy. Don’t know if you heard, but I recently had my White House press credentials pulled. They accused me of eating too many hot dogs in the press break room.”

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Lemon replied to the tweet, but quickly it was clear @BurgundyPodcast had another agenda.

“Don, I am laughing out loud! So about that favor: the media landscape is changing so fast and I DO NOT CARE FOR IT. That’s why I’m starting a ‘podcast!’” @BurgundyPodcast wrote on Twitter.

iHeartRadio then jumped in and replied to Burgundy by welcoming the mustached man to the podcast life.

The world last saw Burgundy in “Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues,” as he tried to catch up to the nonstop news cycle that is the norm today. The sequel was released seven years after “Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy,” starring Ferrell, Paul Rudd, David Koechner, Steve Carell and Christina Applegate

Ferrell will next star in the upcoming comedy “Holmes & Watson” alongside frequent collaborator John C. Reilly.

Welcome aboard Ron! ???????? pic.twitter.com/JGgB7x91PK

— iHeartRadio (@iHeartRadio) December 3, 2018

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