Everybody has been hoping for a sequel to the hit 2004 movie Anchorman ever since it was first released and for a while it seemed like it would be made. However, the studio has repeatedly refused to make the movie and now it appears that Will Ferrell has given up on the idea of it happening anytime some.
"The truth is they don't want to make a sequel. We try and tell them that people constantly ask when we're making one and everyone gets so excited at the thought. But apparently I don't have the power to change their mind, But easy come, easy go. Maybe if it's meant to be it might happen down the line."
The 44 year old actor then joked, "That's what's fun about Ron Burgundy, I can play him when I'm 55 as easily as I can play him now at my current age of 32." Will Ferrell can currently be seen on the big screen in the UK in his latest movie Everything Must Go, which was released this week.