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Amanda Seyfried revealed thatTed 2 changed drastically while it was being written, after it was originally sold to her as a road-trip movie.
Ted 2 hits theaters on Friday, but that doesn’t mean they’re done having fun in the pre-release media campaign yet. There’s a new poster for the upcoming comedy which will strike a chord with anybody who was a sci-fi fan in the 1980’s, especially if you’ve seen the first film.
Daddy’s Home is directed by Sean Anders and John Morris, the duo who has collaborated over the years on the Horrible Bosses franchise and We’re the Millers (as writers and directors).
Will Mark Wahlberg reprise his role as Cade Yeager in Transformers 5? He needs to talk to Michael Bay first.
Remakes can make a person mad, and Jim Toback is probably one of the maddest purists out in the Hollywood scene. Read on to find out what he had to say about the 2014 remake of The Gambler.
Kate Hudson joins a stellar cast in a film about the BP Oil spill. Along with Kate Hudson and Mark Wahlberg, both Kurt Russell and John Malkovich are attached to the crew for what is sure to be an intense look into the Deepwater Horizon oil rig explosion and its aftermath.
Aside from changing the dollar amount due to inflation, how will Mark Wahlberg and Peter Berg's Six Billion Dollar Man be different from the original? Now we now at least a few of the changes we'll see.
If you've been patiently waiting for Ted 2, this new restricted trailer should satisfy fans of the first film, as well as all of you crude humor enthusiasts out there.
Back in 2010, Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg joined forces and delivered The Other Guys - a rather fantastic cop comedy. Fortunately, it won’t be too long until we see them paired up once again in the new comedy Daddy’s Home.
When a BP oil platform exploded in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010, it pumped oil into the water for 87 days. Peter Berg is turning this real life disaster into a cinematic thriller, and he's putting together one hell of a cast.
Watch Mark Wahlberg and Ted display their intimate knowledge of the American legal system in this hilarious Ted 2 clip.
New reports have confirmed that yet another movie about the Boston Marathon bombing of 2013 is now in the works, and not only is Mark Wahlberg now set to produce, but he is also reportedly in pole position to play the lead role.
The Ted 2 trailer is finally here, and just like you’d expect it’s pretty raunchy. Though, not as raunchy as we know Seth MacFarlane can be. We thought Universal was gonna make a grand to-do and debut the first footage of the sequel during Super Bowl Sunday, but they dropped it a bit early. So, how’s about we actually learn what the hell is going on in Ted 2, yes?
The original Ted didn’t really lend itself to a sequel, but when a movie earns $549 million at the global box office, the studio is bound to circle back around and ask a filmmaker what other ideas they might have in the Ted tank.
Last night, instead of a fun and peppy performance by the New Orleans Pelicans cheerleaders, Will Ferrell stopped by, playing a drunk idiot with a basketball, and nailed an unsuspecting cheerleader right in the head.
Mark Wahlberg has admitted that he wants to bring Boardwalk Empire to the big screen. There's just one little problem though ...
“Sadly, all good parties must come to an end.” This is the phrase that sets the tone for our first look at Entourage, the 2015 feature-length film based on the popular (but now defunct) HBO series.
With the release of Transformers: Age of Extinction this past summer, the giant fighting robot franchise did a bit of rebooting work. While it wasn't overall job, audiences did say goodbye to the likes of Shia LaBeouf, Josh Duhamel, Tyrese Gibson and others as new human characters played by Mark Wahlberg, Nicola Peltz, and Jack Reynor were introduced.
As it turns out, Mark Wahlberg did two rather crazy things while preparing to play the lead role in Rupert Wyatt's The Gambler. As we've known about for the last couple weeks, the actor dropped a surprising and dangerous 60 pounds to play the part - but what you may not know is that he also took part in some very high stakes gambling and wound up losing a whole lot of money. We're talking $45,000.
In preparation for his performance as the titular Jim Bennett in The Gambler, Mark Wahlberg made serious sacrifices to his own health and dropped a scary 60 pounds. This idea isn't that rare in Hollywood, as actors like Christian Bale and Robert De Niro have previously made headlines for similar taking similar actions, but what makes Wahlberg's case somewhat different is the fact that he experienced a very strange side effect of his weight loss.