If you're looking to by coffee in Pike Place Market on Thursday afternoon - you may wanna stop the Local Color Cafe to get served by some real life movie stars
At 1:45p both Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis will be "serving coffee" in an effort to promote their new movie "The Campaign"
More details on the nationwide promo tour:
Among the trip’s highlights, Ferrell and Galifianakis will coach opposing teams in a ferocious tug-of-war contest at the Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base in Ft. Worth, Texas, which will later host an advance screening of the film. At Chicago’s famed Wrigley Field, the two will throw out dueling first pitches at the Chicago Cubs/Florida Marlins game and, in Toronto, they will visit Canada’s beloved Hockey Hall of Fame, where their arrival will coincide with the arrival of the also-touring Stanley Cup. In Philadelphia, they will don tricorn hats and attempt to recreate the signing of the Declaration of Independence and finally, in D.C., pose for photos at the U.S. Capitol. Other events will be announced locally.
The Campaign opens on August 10th
Will Ferrell & Zach Galifianakis Serving Coffee in Pike Place on Thursday
| July 18, 2012 at 10:56AM
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| July 19, 2012 at 6:18PM
Why did you advertise this event? I went to this with my sons. The only people who got in were special invitees and media people. It was totally disorganized. A wretched time was had by all. And we paid for it with the bridge toll and parking! And therewas absolutely no way any regular person made it in. My sons and I were huge Ferrell fans. He needs a fee biscotti shoved up his arrogant celebrity hole.
| July 19, 2012 at 7:07PM
What a mess! I've never seen a publicized event fail so miraculously. Thousands of people waited (some since 6am) and practically no one got in. I waited for a good two hours only to find out that Will and Zach only stuck around for 15-20 minutes. It was a huge disappointment.