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Will Ferrell excited about “Step Brothers 2” potential

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Movie audiences were recently treated treated to a new side of Will Ferrell when he took on the role of Spanish-speaking, cattle-herding rancher Armando Alvarez, the slow-witted but heroic protagonist of “Casa de mi Padre.”

And while this film featured yet another new, memorable character that Ferrell can add to his ridiculously long resume, that doesn’t mean he’s staying away from old favorites. When IFC spoke with Ferrell, we got a brief update on the status of “Step Brothers 2,” a sequel to 2008’s hilarious comedy about a pair of spoiled, 40-something adults who still live at home and are forced to cohabitate when their parents get married.

Starring Ferrell and John C. Reilly and directed by Adam McKay (“Anchorman”), “Step Brothers” was a modest success when it opened in theaters, but went on to become a big hit in the home-video market.

“I know Adam and I have been excited about — with John C. Reilly — potentially doing a sequel [to ‘Step Brothers’],” said Ferrell. “What’s funny is that the movie has sort of risen in its stature since it’s been out on DVD and pay-per-view.”

“So we like the thought of that,” he added.

Still, a sequel to “Step Brothers” will have to wait until Ferrell clears a few other upcoming films off his crowded schedule, including his next project, which has him starring alongside fellow funny guy Zach Galifianakis.

“This summer, a movie called ‘The Campaign’ will be coming out that I just finished with Zach Galifianakis,” explained Ferrell. “Jay Roach is directing it. It’s kind of our crazy take on modern-day politics and how insane the mudslinging has gotten.”

“Then I’m kind of waiting to see what’s going to be next,” he said.

“Casa de mi Padre” hits theaters March 16. Chime in below or on Facebook or Twitter.

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IFC Teams Up With Vulture.com to Develop New Pop Culture Series

The Vulture Show will tackle pop culture with a "slightly off" twist.

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The pop culture aficionados at Vulture.com are teaming up with IFC to develop a brand new unscripted series. The Vulture Show will deliver smart, irreverent and “slightly off” entertainment news covering TV, movies, music, art, books, theater and celebrities with the outlet’s signature sharp perspective.

The weekly dual-hosted talk show will feature some of Vulture’s most influential contributing voices and will be comprised of in studio features, field pieces and celebrity guest interviews.

“IFC has found the perfect pop culture accomplice with New York Magazine’s Vulture,” said Christine Lubrano, SVP, Original Programming, IFC. “We look forward to developing a show that provides our viewers with a sophisticated and humorous first-look at all things entertainment before it’s the news everyone is buzzing about.”

“It’s fitting that we bring Vulture to TV with IFC, whose offbeat sensibility matches our own,” said Adam Moss, Editor-in-Chief, New York Magazine. “We’ve had a tremendous response to our Vulture Festival events, and are excited for this next incarnation of Vulture.”

Be sure to check back for future details about The Vulture Show.

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10 Maron Quotes to Get You Through the Week

Get over the Wednesday hump with a brand new Maron tonight at 9P.

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Wednesdays are tough. You’re halfway through the week, but there’s still half of the week left. Luckily Wednesdays mean brand new Maron, with yet another chance to gain some much needed wisdom from Marc Maron. This week Marc continues to dig himself out of his own personal hell, making us all wiser in the process. Before you catch tonight’s Maron, check out some Marc quotes to get you over “Hump Day.”

1. Set realistic diet goals.

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Instead of looking up how many calories you have left for today’s nutritional intake, admit that you just want something of the whipped and creamy variety.


2. Assert yourself into the conversation.

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Instead of letting people walk all over you, be like Marc and demand to be heard…even if it’s just to tell someone to shut up.


3. Trust no one. Except Marc.

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Instead of trying to figure out which friend could keep a secret, admit that you yourself couldn’t keep a secret to save your life.


4. Minimize your shortcomings.

Maron Notes

Instead of blaming the world for your failures, admit when it’s your own damned fault…to a point.


5. Celebrate accomplishments. Even minor ones.

Maron Ahole

Instead of wishing for greater success, take pride in the ways that you have excelled without judgment.


6. Remember that every day is filled with potential.

Maron Possibilities

Just make sure you have enough coffee.


7. Demand proof from others.

Maron Believe

Instead of potentially being in someone’s shadow, throw doubt on anything they haven’t properly documented.


8. Take a moment to reflect.

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There’s a first time for everything.


9. Be honest about where you’re at right now.

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Instead of avoiding embarrassment, embrace it.


10. And finally, remember the important things in life.

Maron Love

Instead of bemoaning the inadequacies of your relationships, perhaps due in part to items 1 through 9, just focus on the physical.

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Behind the Anger

Marc Maron Gets Deep in an Interview with Fresh Air’s Terry Gross

Follow Marc's journey to recovery tonight at 9P on IFC.

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It ain’t no stage persona: Marc Maron is an anxious, angry, complicated fellow. In a recent interview with Terry Gross on Fresh Air, the Maron star described how he’s beset by constant anxiety, self-hatred, and general unease, which he considers his “uncomfortable” comfort zone. “Being sort of anxious and uncomfortable has really been my home base, innately,” he said. “And I don’t know how to change that, and that’s really the challenge for me now.”

A former addict himself, Marc also discussed the difficulty of portraying his TV character’s drug relapse, downfall, and rehabilitation — a fear he’s glad “happened in fiction and not in real life.”

Click here to listen to Marc Maron’s deep and revealing interview with NPR’s Terry Gross on Fresh Air.

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