Will Ferrell, Superheroes Break World Record Downtown

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LOS ANGELES (CBS2/KNX1070) — Superheroes of every sort turned out at LA Live Saturday to set a world record for the largest number of costumed crusaders gathered in one place, at one time.

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So how many turned out? According to the Guinness Book of World Records, 1,580.

The event was held to promote the premiere of DreamWorks Animation’s “Megamind,” which is expected to be released in 3D Nov. 5th.

Will Ferrell, one of the voices of “Megamind,” encouraged the crowd to stay in character. The movie also stars Brad Pitt, Tina Fey and Jonah Hill.

Superheroes Turn Out At LA Live To Set World Record, KNX 1070’s Ed Mertz reports.

“We’d love it if you guys could break another world record and stay in your costumes for the entire month if that’s possible,” Ferrell said. “No showers… commit. We won’t have a way to really monitor it so it will be the honor system, but we trust you guys,” he added.

The gathering of superheroes beat the old record by 79 superheroes.

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