The Legend Continues in First 'Anchorman 2' Trailer

Anchorman 2

It's taken nearly a decade to get here, but on December 20, Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy will finally get a sequel -- and although that still seems like a painfully long wait for dedicated Will Ferrell fans to endure, Paramount has thrown that long-suffering lot a bone with this first full-length trailer from Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues.

Although Ron and his pals were on top of the world at the end of Anchorman, this clip makes it clear that times have changed; the first time we see Mr. Burgundy, he's disheveled and badly in need of a job. Fortunately, he and the gang receive salvation in the form of the 24-hour news cycle; a new cable news network needs anchors, beckoning our heroes off the unemployment line and back on the airwaves.

We hear more of Journey's "Don't Stop Believin'" in here than any real jokes, but that's okay -- this is one trailer that can't be accused of giving away the movie's best lines. Check it out below:

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