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Will Ferrell & Zach Galifianakis Nose-to-Nose in 'Campaign' Posters

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June 26, 2012

The Campaign

Just yesterday Cam Brady (Will Ferrell) and Marty Huggins (Zack Galifianakis) won over animal lovers with their patriotic posters for The Campaign, the political comedy from Jay Roach (Meet the Parents, Recount). Now the two Congressional candidates are back to facing off, quite literally, as two new character posters have emerged that look phenomenal side-by-side. With their noses pressed firmly against one another, Brady and Huggins mean business. If the first trailer was any indicator of the laughs in store for this comedy, then August can't get here soon enough. Hopefully we'll see another trailer very soon. Look!

New posters for Jay Roach's The Campaign from the Facebook pages for Marty Huggins and Cam Brady:

The Campaign - Cam BradyThe Campaign - Marty Huggins

Jay Roach who has moved from comedies like Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery and Meet the Parents to HBO's political dramas like Recount and Game Change is combining his experience for The Campaign, written by Chris Henchy (The Other Guys) and Shawn Harwell ("Eastbound & Down"). The film has Will Ferrell and Zack Galifianakis as congressional rivals from the South and also features a fantastic cast including Dan Ayrkroyd, Jason Sudeikis, Brian Cox, John Lithgow, Dylan McDermott and more. The film is expected to hit theaters just a couple months before the presidential election on August 10th, 2012.

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7 Comments

1

" Nose S War " Ok , Merge Poster Force Me To Laugh Then Did Its Duty

Ehsan Davodi on Jun 26, 2012

2

One unfunny, the other even moreso.

TruthHurts on Jun 26, 2012

3

You guys are just a bunch of cunts aren't you.

TruthHurts on Jun 30, 2012

4

Wait, Zach Galifianakis is the republican?

Nielsen700 on Jun 26, 2012

5

lol I caught that too.

Akirakorn on Jun 26, 2012

6

This movie is going straight to dvd ....but let keep putting up posts about it.

frank on Jun 26, 2012

7

Sadly this fails because they didn't actually put them nose to nose. I'm sure they're both more than willing to do so, but it's probably a scheduling problem than artistic. Still, this is middle-school level digital art, and a C- at that. I'd never put this out for print.

Akirakorn on Jun 26, 2012

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