Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis showed up in character at Local Color Café in Pike Place Market (Seattle, Washington) to promote their new film, "The Campaign."
In the comedy, the pair play political opponents vying for a North Carolina congressional seat. At the coffee shop the actors took turns serving coffee to fans, taking pictures and signing autographs.
"It's obviously extremely nice and flattering, but then we felt guilty that we were just whisked into a coffee place and really only made contact with maybe 25 people. It's almost like you want to take a full-page ad in the newspaper tomorrow saying, 'Sorry'. I won't actually follow through with that," Ferrell told MSNBC.
The 11-city public relations tour has led the duo to a Chicago Cubs game, the Naval Air Station in Fort Worth, Texas and The Grove shopping complex in Los Angeles.
by RTT Staff Writer
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