Anchorman 2's New Trailer Is Very, Very Quotable

“Where’s my legs? I don’t have any legs Ron! Ninety-three! Ninety-three!”

Breaking news: the sequel to (probably) the most quotable comedy of all time is looking really, really quotable.

Anchorman 2's new trailer is loaded with bizarre and on-point ‘80s references: crack (“Whoa! You feel that right away!”), safe sex (“I’ve had four of my seven illegitimate children using this condom") and, erm, Yasser Arafat.

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But our biggest takeaway from trailer number two? Anchorman’s flawless, masterful performance during the trade window. Not only has the production retained some immense talent (see: Rudd, Carell), but it’s added winning pieces: Harrison Ford, James Marsden, Kristen Wiig amongst them.

Up to this point, all signs indicate that this film might pull-off that rare feat: an expensive ($50m) sequel to a cult comedy – that doesn't suck


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