As Guy Ritchie’s traditional London pub is reported to be under threat, keen boozers need not worry that there’ll be a gap in the oh-I-don’t-want-to-go-to-a-celebrity-bar-I-love-drinking-in-a-real-place market for “down to earth” stars. Comedy star Will Ferrell now wants to get in on the pub act, and scarily, reckons he could turn a business venture into a new comedy film.
“I wouldn’t want a celebrity place, it would be an old-fashioned pub. I would be hands-on. I could get some great material off all the regulars. I am sure there would be a film in it,” he threatens says.Ã‚Â We can’t wait for the subsequent movie, where Will will depict a “typical” Brit landlord called Dick Cockney and Paul Rudd co-stars as the hilarious drunk regular Boozy McHound. Or something.