Will Ferrell perhaps coined the phrase that may dog Kristen Stewart for a number of years, dubbing the actress a "trampire" after her affair with Rupert Sanders, yet if we take Ferrell seriously, he was deeply affected by the saga.
When asked by Entertainment Weekly about his views on the actresses indiscretions and split he said: "I can’t stop crying about this. What they had was so magical, so special. I’m still shocked and appalled and heartbroken. I haven’t slept in days. [pauses] Wait, what was the question?"
Yet perhaps it would be wrong to take Ferrell's opinions too seriously on the matter, as in the same interview he also states: "The thought of punching a baby is so horrifying to me. But I had to get over that, so in preparation, I punched adorable puppies and other cute infant animals."
That's in reference to a scene in new movie 'The Campaign' in which, he does the same. Punch a baby that is rather than beat up baby animals.
The actor appears to be prone to using animals for his own needs, saying: "I also own five Nike factories in Upper Mongolia where I’ve trained goats to make shoes for pennies on the dollar."
One would get on the phone to PETA or the RSPCA, but then we're not taking Will too seriously, after all Ron Burgundy as a heartbroken Twi-hard stretches credulity that bit too far.
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