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Will Ferrell and Adam McKay reteam and Swear To God
Will Ferrell and director Adam McKay can’t get enough of each other – they’ve just signed up to work together yet again on Swear To God.The duo most famously worked together on 2004 riot-fest Anchorman, and most recently made The Other Guys with Mark Wahlberg.Swear To God will see Ferrell playing a narcissistic hedge fund manager who believes that he’s seen God.The script was written by Due Date writers Alan Cohen and Alan Freedland, who will no doubt bring the same oddball humour to Ferrell’s film that they did to that Downey Jr/Galifianakis vehicle.

Will Ferrell and Adam McKay reteam and Swear To God

Will Ferrell and director Adam McKay can’t get enough of each other – they’ve just signed up to work together yet again on Swear To God.

The duo most famously worked together on 2004 riot-fest Anchorman, and most recently made The Other Guys with Mark Wahlberg.

Swear To God will see Ferrell playing a narcissistic hedge fund manager who believes that he’s seen God.

The script was written by Due Date writers Alan Cohen and Alan Freedland, who will no doubt bring the same oddball humour to Ferrell’s film that they did to that Downey Jr/Galifianakis vehicle.

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Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg re-teaming for Turkey Bowl
After the massive success of their cop comedy The Other Guys, Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg are looking to combine forces once more.This time, they’re being coveted by Warner Bros for a pitch the studio has just bought called Turkey Bowl.The film would pit Ferrell and Wahlberg against each other as rivals from different towns who play an annual football game.As is par for the course with these high profile comedies, the WB want to populate the teams with numerous cameoing big names – so we should probably expect Dwayne Johnson to show his face again.

Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg re-teaming for Turkey Bowl

After the massive success of their cop comedy The Other Guys, Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg are looking to combine forces once more.

This time, they’re being coveted by Warner Bros for a pitch the studio has just bought called Turkey Bowl.

The film would pit Ferrell and Wahlberg against each other as rivals from different towns who play an annual football game.

As is par for the course with these high profile comedies, the WB want to populate the teams with numerous cameoing big names – so we should probably expect Dwayne Johnson to show his face again.

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50 Coolest Movie Cops
21. The Other Guys (2010)The Cool Cops: Detectives Chris Danson (Dwayne Johnson) and P.K. Highsmith (Samuel L. Jackson)Coolest Moment: “Aim for the bushes.” Danson and Highsmith show how fearless they are (and also fearsomely stupid) when they launch themselves off the top of a building after crims who’re getting away. It doesn’t end well.If They’d Been From Blighty: They’d have met their maker after plunging from the top of the Gherkin.

50 Coolest Movie Cops

21. The Other Guys (2010)

The Cool Cops: Detectives Chris Danson (Dwayne Johnson) and P.K. Highsmith (Samuel L. Jackson)

Coolest Moment: “Aim for the bushes.” Danson and Highsmith show how fearless they are (and also fearsomely stupid) when they launch themselves off the top of a building after crims who’re getting away. It doesn’t end well.

If They’d Been From Blighty: They’d have met their maker after plunging from the top of the Gherkin.

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Adam McKay talks difficulty of adapting The Boys
The Other Guys director Adam McKay has offered an update regarding the status of his adap of gritty comic The Boys.The original comic is a brilliant, filthy deconstruction of superhero culture full to bursting with swearing, nudity and bloody violence.The titular Boys are bad-ass mofos who are tasked with policing superheroes and villains – and using any force necessary.But it’s precisely that meaty premise that means turning comic writer Garth Ennis’ concept into a marketable, profitable film is a difficult task.As McKay says: “You really have to wait until the draft is done to get serious about it, plus it’s like a $100 million, rated-R, anti-superhero movie, so we have to see who bites on it.”

Adam McKay talks difficulty of adapting The Boys

The Other Guys director Adam McKay has offered an update regarding the status of his adap of gritty comic The Boys.

The original comic is a brilliant, filthy deconstruction of superhero culture full to bursting with swearing, nudity and bloody violence.

The titular Boys are bad-ass mofos who are tasked with policing superheroes and villains – and using any force necessary.

But it’s precisely that meaty premise that means turning comic writer Garth Ennis’ concept into a marketable, profitable film is a difficult task.

As McKay says: “You really have to wait until the draft is done to get serious about it, plus it’s like a $100 million, rated-R, anti-superhero movie, so we have to see who bites on it.”