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A 'Kind Of A Big Deal' Gets Even Bigger In 'Anchorman 2'

In a sequel, Ron Burgundy makes the leap from local to national news. "We felt like we needed to jack up the stakes," says director and co-writer Adam McKay. He and star Will Ferrell join Terry Gross to talk about making movies — and that epic 'stache.

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A 'Kind Of A Big Deal' Gets Even Bigger In 'Anchorman 2'

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Narcissistic Or Not, 'Selfie' Is Nunberg's Word Of The Year

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