Nearly a decade after "Anchorman" became a comedy classic,
But a new trailer for the Dec 20 release, which hit the web Wednesday, raises the question: Can the 2004 original really be topped?
For years, Paramount Pictures was hesitant to make a sequel to "Anchorman," which grossed a strong $85 million at the box office. In 2011, Ferrell said that he and co-stars
Just a year later, Ferrell unexpectedly arrived on
Unlike the first film, famously set in classy San Di-ago, "Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues" sees Burgundy and his fellow anchors travel to
There's even a funeral for Carell's clueless Brick, who is, of course, still alive.
But does it all have the potential to go down in one-liner history, forever to be quoted by frat bros? Paramount better hope so, or it might end up trapped in a glass case of emotion.