Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg walked the red carpet at the Dublin premiere of their new comedy Daddy's Home and TEN's Sinead Brennan was there to catch all the action!
Speaking on the red carpet Oscar-nominated actor Wahlberg, whose Boston parents both have Irish ancestry, described Ireland as being like a second home to him.
"I think Boston is probably the most Irish city in America," he said. "Everywhere I went there was always a church or an Irish pub and I feel like this is like a second home for me."
Ferrell also shares an affinity with Ireland, with this week marking his twelfth visit so far. He even revealed to TEN that he would jump at the chance to work on a movie here, he just has to wait for someone to approach him, "I would love to; I just need someone to invite me! So I'm waiting."
The Anchorman star also revealed that he finds his co-star Wahlberg's body more aspirational than attainable. Ferrell joked that the actor and former Calvin Klein underwear model "is really in shape physically and I'm not, so it was fun to work with Mark and dream about maybe one day what my body could look like."
Last month the actors, who previously worked together on buddy comedy The Other Guys, recorded a special video for their Irish fans with Ferrell saying, "We're bringing you our faces and our new comedy Daddy's Home. See you soon, and get your pubs ready".
Speaking on the red carpet Wahlberg said that they had lived up to their promise since their arrival, though he was planning a quiet night after the premiere (we believe him).
Check out our full red carpet report, including interviews with Wahlberg and Ferrell by clicking the link.