Word to the wise: don’t cross Will Ferrell.
The actor, 48, stopped by Late Night with Seth Meyers on Wednesday to promote his upcoming film Zoolander 2 and before leaving, Ferrell asked if he could give a few shout-outs to some people in his life.
And while most of the shout-outs started on a positive note, they quickly took an angry turn.
“I just want to give a shout-out to my agent, Eric Goldman,” Ferrell said. “Eric if you’re watching, you know what you did you son of a b—-. You screwed me. I was DiCaprio, you were the bear, and you left me in the woods for dead. Well guess what? Now I’m the bear, and I’m coming for you. I won’t stop chewing your head until I get my $127.38 back.”
When Meyers asked what Goldman did, Ferrell replied: “I paid for lunch once and he never paid me back.”
Next up, Ferrell took the time to apologize to a Best Buy employee whom he “slapped right in the mouth” for not having the movie he was looking for.
The actor also gave an on-air salute to the employees at Auto Zone and delivered a rather NSFW message to Queen Elizabeth.
But Ferrell saved his angriest shout-out for the end, lashing out at Richard Dreyfuss.
“Richard you know what unspeakable acts you’ve committed against me and my family,” Ferrell began. “My family! My family, Richard! My team has zeroed in on your location. There are drones above your head right now and ready to take you out. Make no mistake: I am strong in my resolve to eliminate you.”
Ferrell revealed that he was mad at Dreyfuss for refusing to make a Pretty Woman 2, only to have Meyers quickly cut in and remind him that it’s actually Richard Gere who was in the original film.
“A thousand apologies, Richard Dreyfuss,” Ferrell said laughing at his mistake. “What have I done? Seth, he’s gonna need a bigger boat. To escape my drones.”
Watch the hilarious clip above!