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Step Brothers Named As Will Ferrell's Best Movie

Step Brothers Named As Will Ferrell's Best Movie

It's beaten films like The Other Guys, Elf And Anchorman.

Stewart Perrie

Stewart Perrie

There are plenty of Will Ferrell movies that are available to watch. They all command an army of fans that will fight anyone to the death who says another film is better or funnier.

But the people have spoken and they have declared that one specific film is the creme de la creme, the best of the best, the one to rule them all. Drum roll please.

After more than 45,000 votes across three rounds, Step Brothers has been declared Will Ferrell's best movie. Don't hate us for being the messenger.

The 2008 film beat the likes of Elf, The Other Guys and Anchorman in the final round to claim the top spot. It won over 44 per cent of the respondents, compared to 27 per cent for the classic Christmas film, 21 per cent for the movie about the infamous news reader and 6 per cent for the cop comedy.

Naturally this will spark a lot of debate but the winner has been crowned and there's nothing we can do about that.

If you haven't seen Step Brothers (what have you been doing with your life?) then let us explain.

The synopsis states: "Brennan Huff (Ferrell) and Dale Doback (John C. Reilly) are immature adults still living at home. Brennan lives with his divorced mother, Nancy, and Dale lives with his widowed father, Robert. Robert and Nancy meet, fall in love, and get married, forcing Brennan and Dale to live with each other as step brothers."

What ensues is absolute hilarity as Brennan and Dale try to grow up and be adults.

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Ferrell fans can also get excited at the prospect of a Wedding Crashers sequel. The actor, who played Chazz in the film, has teased that a follow up is in the works.

Speaking to E! News, he said: "Wedding Crashers 2, yeah. I think we can just say it's being written. How about if it's just the lawyers representing everyone in divorce court? And just make it like a legal courtroom drama, not funny at all."

He was doing promotional work with Rachel McAdams, who also starred in Wedding Crashers, for their new Netflix film together, titled Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga.

When asked whether she would be down for a sequel, McAdams said: "I got to work with Owen again on Midnight in Paris, so that was super fun.

"And I worked with Vince again on True Detective, now I'm just remembering it. But those were very different. So yeah, it'd be nice to go back and have a romp."

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Topics: Entertainment, TV and Film