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Newseum to Open “Anchorman” Exhibit in November
Ron Burgundy and friends are getting their own major museum exhibit just in time for the sequel. By Sophie Gilbert
Photograph by Dreamworks.
Comments () | Published June 4, 2013

It isn’t April 1, so we’re assuming the press release from the Newseum about a planned “Anchorman” exhibit opening in November is genuine. November 14, the museum joins forces with Paramount Pictures to present “Anchorman: The Exhibit,” which will coincide with the release of Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues in December. Among the items on display: Ron Burgundy’s jazz flute, a re-creation of the KVWN-TV anchor desk, and a news set where visitors can pretend to be Brick Tamlin.

Items we hope are included, but unconfirmed for now:

  • Sex Panther perfume.
  • Many leather-bound books.
  • A trident.
  • Milk.
  • Lamp.
  • Bears.
  • A glass case of emotion (although if you think about it, that’s basically what the Newseum is, only on a much larger scale).

We look forward to updating this when we learn more, but for now, you stay classy, Pennsylvania Avenue.

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