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Ted 2 has so far failed to match the success of its original, but Amanda Seyfried has devised a perfect plan to rejuvenate the franchise.
Jurassic World pulled a three-peat at number one this weekend, continuing its run of banking more money faster than any other previous movie. That pace is in no small part to its popularity in the more expensive 3D venues, giving some new energy to the trend of pushing for wider and wider 3D releases.
We're The Millers forced Ted 2 to undergo some rather drastic changes.
Amanda Seyfried revealed thatTed 2 changed drastically while it was being written, after it was originally sold to her as a road-trip movie.
There are two very different kind of movies hitting this week. They both involve non-humans, but the similarities basically stop there. We’ve got Ted 2 and Max arriving in theaters - two very different kinds of best friends.
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.
Back in November, Kim Kardashian “broke the internet” when she posed nude on the cover of Paper Magazine. Well now, upon the upcoming release of Ted 2 a certain loud-mouth teddy bear decided it’s about his time to share that Kardashian-styled spotlight
Ted 2 looks pretty outrageous from all of the footage we've seen thus far. Yet somehow, this latest Red Band trailer still manages to surprise with a couple of really good laughs, as you'll see after the jump.
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.
Watch Mark Wahlberg and Ted display their intimate knowledge of the American legal system in this hilarious Ted 2 clip.
Could be getting more Ted than we anticipated? Read on to find out which cast member spilled the hypothetical beans, and why we're not totally sold that this is happening just yet.
It appears that Seth McFarlane has been vindicated in the eyes of a Los Angeles court after the dismissal of a lawsuit against him alleging that his comedic vulgar taking teddy bear film, Ted was too similar to a series of video sketches focusing on a character called “Charlie The Abusive Teddy Bear.” It’s certainly a huge relief for McFarlane as Ted 2 readies an imminent summer release.
It was pretty easy to predict that Seth MacFarlane’s Ted 2 would wind up having one of the raunchiest trailers to debut during the Super Bowl, and it definitely didn’t disappoint. Now it has arrived online, and you can watch it again and again below.
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?
In order to keep you from losing your minds, jumping all around the internet looking for the various Super Bowl trailers, we have put together a nice, organized piece where you can watch all of the footage as it comes in, and then later all in one place. Read on to see what we have so far!
With a brand new poster and its first trailer on the way, Ted 2 is ready to shoot its advertising load into the public's eyes. But just when you've thought you know what's headed your way, a surprise hits you in the face.
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.
While Stephen Collins has yet to be charged with anything, the allegations against him appear to be serious enough that a major motion picture that had a small tie to him through a minor role felt compelled to act immediately and sever that connection.
In the picture, which Wahlberg uploaded to Twitter, the muscle-bound actor can be seen riding a motorcycle that is emblazoned with Flash Gordon’s logo. Ted 2 is set to be released next summer, and will see Amanda Seyfried replace Mila Kunis as Wahlberg’s love interest, while MacFarlane’s foul-mouthed teddy bear is expected to be as disgraceful as ever.
With a movie like Ted or, more relevant to this discussion, Ted 2, there are two types of casting, beyond confirmation of original stars returning: The kind we want to hear about and the kind we probably don't, and hopefully won't. The latter applies to the anticipated celebrity cameos whose arrivals play out best when you don't know they're coming.