Inside the 'Anchorman' Newseum exhibit

BALTIMORE, Md. - Ron Burgundy a.k.a. Will Farrell has been popping up everywhere promoting the release of "Anchorman 2."

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The 70's faux journalism icon is also taking over a new exhibit at the Newseum – a 250,000-square-foot museum in Washington D.C. dedicated to all things news.

"Anchorman the movie is this spectacular satire. The Newseum knew that we had to do an exhibit about it!" said exhibit curator Carrie Christoffersen.

Anchorman: The Exhibit has more than 60 costumes and props from the movie including Ron Burgundy's suit, his "I'M #1" license plate and Sex Panther cologne.

"It's pleasantly surreal to walk through that exhibit and see all of the stuff that we created," said actor Will Ferrell.

"I remember the day we wrapped 'Anchorman' and said, 'one day this will be in a museum.'"

The exhibit runs through August 2014, which gives you plenty of time to be "kind of a big deal" on the Action News set.

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