Zach Galifianakis and Will Ferrell pose together at the premiere of The Campaign. The pair ganged up on Jon Stewart during an appearance on The Daily Show last week, where they chided the host for asking "lame" questions.
Will Ferrell poses in front of political posters at The Campaign premiere. The comedian's upcoming projects include a sequel to Anchorman andThree Mississippi.
Brian Cox attends the premiere of The Campaign in Hollywood. The actor plays Raymond Huggins in the film, father of Zach Galifianakis' character, Marty Huggins. Cox has said his sons love Will Ferrell's 2003 film Elf.
Jeff Robinov and Dan Fellman
Warner Bros. Pictures president Jeff Robinov and distribution president Dan Fellman arrive at the premiere of The Campaign.
He's tackled Enron, Eliot Spitzer and Lance Armstrong. Now, the Oscar winner is taking aim at the controversial church (and its lawyers) as he reveals that a private investigator has been asking questions about him: "This Scientology thing — that just takes a huge set to take them on," says Armstrong. "But he has the courage to do it." Read More