Some people may not find him all that funny on screen, but he insists that by making a sequel to one of his movies, you'll really find a reason not to chuckle.
Will Ferrell recently revealed that he turned down an astonishing $29 million to make the kids' movie "Elf 2."
The comedian, who donned tights and pointy shoes for the first Christmas movie, admits the huge fee wasn't enough to risk making a bad film.
He said, "I was offered $29 million for a sequel, but I never liked it. It does seem a lot of money for a guy to wear tights. It's insane. But it wasn't difficult to turn down. I remember asking myself could I withstand the criticism when its bad and they say, 'He only did the sequel for the money.' I decided I wouldn't be able to. I didn't want to erase all the good work I've done, but you watch - I'll do some sequel in the future that's c**p."
Will has also ruled out starring in a sequel to "Old School," in which he starred with Vince Vaughn, Luke Wilson and Juliette Lewis.
He insisted, "I wouldn't do another 'Old School.' They put these rumors out there, but I would never be behind that one."