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25 October 2013  |  Written by Helen O'Hara  |  Source: Exclusive

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Good god, don't they make Sinatra look like a bum? Ron Burgundy and his team take pride of place on this new international poster for Anchorman: The Legend Continues, portrayed on a godlike scale and in an Olympian light - and what could be more appropriate?

While you're marvelling at how good Will Ferrell's hair looks as Burgundy, remember that this time he and the guys are in New York, trying to cope with the seismic upheaval occasioned by the arrival of 24-hour cable news. Spoiler: they deal with it badly. We imagine that, while they're portrayed here on a Godzilla-like scale, they'll do similar amounts of damage to their own reputations and the credibility of the news profession as that lizard is responsible for.

For more on Anchorman: The Legend Continues, check out the trailer below or read our trailer breakdown with director Adam McKay right here. Anchorman 2 hits cinemas on December 20.


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