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Ferrell Destroys Award; Whedon and Shakespeare?

Ferrell• Comedian, Will Ferrell, pulled yet another joke on Sunday – on the audience watching him accept the 14th Mark Twain Award for American Humor. According toThe New York Times, much to the audience’s horror, Ferrell dropped a replica of the award and shattered it. The real award was safely hidden. How’s that for a funny man?

• On Sunday Bellwether Pictures tweeted that Joss Whedon finished shooting a secret project. The film, “Much Ado About Nothing,” is said to be a contemporary version of the Shakespearian play by the same name. Check it out at Deadline.

• Laughs will apparently continue to be the focus of TV networks next season. “Happy Days” alumnus, Scott Baio, will star in the Nick at Nite's first original scripted comedy series, “Daddy’s Home,” reported Deadline.

• "SNL" alumnus and star impersonator Darrell Hammond reveals a tragic past of drugs, alcohol and cutting to escape childhood abuse in his new memoir, “God, if you’re not up there, I’m fucked.” Check out his interview with The Wrap.

Pictured: Will Ferrell (Photo: Getty Images)

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