He's going serious, briefly.
We asked Paul Lieberstein to clear things up.
He'll guest on Carell's last episode.
They've done movies and TV, why not try books as well?
Ferrell's signed on for a multiple-episode arc.
So says the movie's director, Adam McKay.
Everything is spot-on, as far as we could tell.
Jay Roach will direct.
And as they share stories of how they booked these famous faces, we grade the odds of them just putting us on.
Plus: A guest star on Matthew Perry's new sitcom.
Plus: Will Ferrell, shoplifter.
In addition to being a boxer and a congressman, Pac-Man is also a pop star in his native Philippines.
Plus, Will Ferrell complains to Jimmy Kimmel about Justin Bieber's ability to steal the spotlight from him at his own movie premiere, on our regular late-night roundup.
Plus, Mandy Moore admits that she tolerates Ryan Adams' love of Death Metal, but thinks he's lying when he says it influences his own music.
The DreamWorks movie about a giant-headed supervillain will be released November 5.
Plus: Martha Plimpton coins the phrase "beige trash."
While IFC snatches up the Sarah Silverman movie, 'Peep.'
No. But it could be!
Plus: Joan Holloway to play a teacher who romances Adrien Brody.
Plus: Katy Perry on her strict no-sex-with-crucifixes policy.
Plus, Julia Roberts sets the record straight about her varicose veins, on our regular late-night roundup.
Plus: Sorry, ladies — time to change that George Clooney screen saver.
'The Other Guys' opens this Friday, August 6.
Plus, Stephen Colbert tells author Laura Ingraham that she is a terrible, racist writer, on our regular late-night roundup.