Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis are days away from the opening of their new movie, "The Campaign", set to hit theaters on Aug. 10. So they're spending their time, well, campaigning for their upcoming film. And this week they did so with our neighbors in Canada and the Stanley Cup.
Both actors took advantage of an opportunity to pose for photos with the Stanley Cup on Monday, and today the two rode into the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto in, well, a Zamboni. Ferrell was behind the wheel of the resurfacing machine where he was greeted by fans and Toronto Mayor Rob Ford.
That is, until he began praising the Stanley Cup-winning Los Angeles Kings.
"(It was a) hard-fought battle. Los Angeles is the best team in the NHL. But you know what? Toronto's a great city too and one day you will hoist that magnificent cup above your head."
Ferrell and Galifianakis spent time talking to players and fans who came to meet the duo, and they continued to address the crowd in a comical, let political manner. Ferrell thanked the city of Toronto before handing the microphone to Galifianakis.
The "Hangover" star added, "It was a real excitement to ride on the Stromboli here today."