July 2, 2017

‘Step Brothers’ Sequel: Will Ferrell Says There’s Still a Chance for More Activities — Watch

If you’re hoping for a “Step Brothers” sequel, don’t give up hope just yet. Will Ferrell appeared on “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen” a few nights ago, and as part of the After Show he fielded questions about follow-ups. It took him a while to get serious, of course: “I’ve got great news for you: no,” Ferrell responded after being asked about future installments of “Elf” and/or “Night at the Roxbury.”

After the actor also replied in the negative to “Old School,” Cohen asked whether there’s any movie Ferrell would like to see get a follow-up. He rubbed his chin for a bit before finally responding, “I’d love to see a sequel of ‘Kramer vs. Kramer.’”

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“We talked a little bit about ‘Step Brothers,’” Ferrell finally admitted to cheers from the audience. “So who knows? But, at the same time, you like to create new things.” “Daddy’s Home 2” hits theaters later this year, in case you were wondering.

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Ferrell also talks about being cut from “Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion,” whether “Saturday Night Live” was right to have Donald Trump host the show and a strange Twitter rant he was the focus of. Watch the full segment below.

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Source: IndieWire film