Anchorman II had a real anchor.

JERRY W says:

Paramount Pictures has announced that as of today they will only be releasing movies in the digital format to theaters. A spokesman for Paramount said that “Anchorman II” was our last 35mm film release, and it sank so fast we might as well have done a solid lead release.

In a related story Paramount executives are said to be using public screenings of “Anchorman II” as a place to go when they want to be alone.


Anchorman II had a real anchor. — 19 Comments

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