Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis Campaign – Miley Cyrus Update – Tuesday

If you noticed a few of your co-workers missing yesterday mid-morning, they probably were here at the Constitution Center; not getting their history on,  
but getting their fan boy/girl fix for the beloved Ron Burgundy of Anchorman.

On a nationwide tour to promote their new movie “The Campaign,” Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis 

stopped in Philadelphia yesterday to greet fans, and sign the
commemorative copy of the Constitution to celebrate its 225th
anniversary. Will and Zach were joined on stage by National
Constiution Center CEO, David Eisner.(who graciously offered for all those in attendance to see the exhibits for free after the event.)

 Also appearing yesterday were Philadelphia Eagles, Mike
Patterson and Jason Kelce
and Philadelphia Flyers Sean Couturier, Matt
and Zac Rinaldo.

 Cute Megan McCaffery, and Courtney Olsen with dad JP McCaffery

  Remy Feldman can’t even begin to tell you how many times he’s seen Anchorman, was kinda sad he couldn’t snag a Cam Brady shirt, cause that’s who he’d be voting for.
Galifianakis will start filming the third Hangover in
September returning as the stunned Alan, Galifianakis will join Bradley
Cooper’s Phil and Ed Helms’ Stu on another crazy adventure.
Ferrell will finally be reprising his role as Ron Burgundy in an Anchorman sequel. It’s called Anchorman: The Legend Continues, and starts filming next year.

 I ran into fans Abby Feiner and Jody Feiner, then took them on a Paranoia fan watch to the set at 10th & Carpenter where they were excited to get a glimpse of Liam Hemsworth. Jody even got “wave” distance of him. They left a little too soon cause Miley stopped by to have lunch with Liam around 2PM.

Pressed for time after arriving 30 minutes late, the duo spent about 10 minutes on stage before heading over to CBS 3 to appear with Pat Ciarrocchi and the newly recuperated Anchor
Ukee Washington who returned to CBS 3 from medical leave yesterday.  (He had hip replacement surgery in late May).  Will Ferrell and
Zach Galifianakis  were very gracious and spent a lot of time with the news pair, later when leaving they signed and posed for fans.
The era of
flappers and suffragists, bootleggers and temperance lobbyists, and
real-life legends like Al Capone and Carry Nation will come vividly to
life in the National Constitution Center’s world-premiere exhibition
American Spirits: The Rise and Fall of Prohibition.  Spanning the dawn of the temperance movement in the early 1800s, through the Roaring Twenties, to the unprecedented repeal of a constitutional amendment during the Great Depression, this
first comprehensive exhibition about Prohibition will explore America’s most colorful and complex constitutional hiccup.  American Spirits will debut at the Center from October 19, 2012 to April 28, 2013, before embarking on a nationwide tour.
Where was Miley yesterday, on the Paranoia Film Set as usual. Here’s a shot of Liam helping her in the trailer.
Check out my PhillyMag Column for more Miley Cyrus and Paranoia, HERE 
Also Paranoia is filming tonight on 20th Street, btwn Spruce & Locust. 9PM Don’t drive in area, roads will be closed. I don’t know sched

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