A Fun fact: "Ted" grossed $549 million worldwide after its release in 2012. So here's the sequel, which reunites Mark Wahlberg with Seth MacFarlane's teddy bear. Amanda Seyfried, John Slattery and Morgan Freeman join that duo for "Ted 2" which focuses on Ted's attempts to prove that he's got a soul. "Ted 2" will be out this Summer on June,26th. First Official Trailer has been released today.
The film plot is about the Newly Married couple (Ted and Tami-Lynn) who wants to have a baby, but in order to qualify to be a parent, Ted will have to prove he's a person in a court of law. Enjoy that Hilarious Trailer video below.
Ted 2 is set for release on June,26th this year. Mark Wahlberg is returning alongside Seth MacFarlane as the voice of the foul-mouthed, spliff-smoking, hard-drinking title character, though their original co-star Mila Kunis doesn't appear second time out.
However, Amanda Seyfried, Morgan Freeman, Liam Neeson and David Hasselhoff all have roles in the sequel, which MacFarlane directed from a script he co-wrote with his original Ted collaborators Alec Sulkin and Wellesley Wild. The film is believed to follow Ted's seemingly unlikely attempt to have a baby.
Released in 2012, the original Ted became a surprise smash at the box office, grossing over $500 million (£310 million) worldwide.
A lifelike Polar Bear wandered through the streets of the British capital on Tuesday morning (January 27th), leaving commuters bewildered at the sight of the unusual acquaintance.
The eight foot tall puppet animal first stunned joggers and caused quite a stir when strolling through the Hampstead Heath Park in North London before making his way to Charing Cross Underground station attempting to board a train. Commuters on the train turned their heads when they noticed the giant polar animal walking along the platform.
It eventually reappeared in between crowds of tourists who were crossing the Thames river via Millennium Bridge towards London's Southbank. Many people stopped to take a picture of the animal with many people commenting how realistic it looked.
The giant animal was unleashed as part of a promotional stunt to mark the launch of channel Sky Atlantic's latest TV offering, "Fortitude" Filmed both in the UK and Iceland, "Fortitude" sees an all star cast including Academy Award nominee Stanley Tucci, Michael Gambon and Christopher Eccleston. Fortitude will premiere on January,29th on UK and US television. Check out the video below to the see the "Bear" in action.
Liam Neeson confirms that will be back in "Taken 4", The box office figures for Taken 3 have to at least bolster the notion that audiences aren't done with Bryan Mills and his particular set of skills just yet, meaning Taken 4 undoubtedly is being discussed in some boardroom at 20th Century Fox while you are reading this. When Liam Neeson was asked by FoxNews.com if he'd ever entertain the notion of coming back for more adventures in this franchise, he certainly didn't shoot the idea out of the sky. Neeson diplomatically made the following statement:
"There's always... I think if audiences go and see it and they like these characters, I mean, I'd love to do something with Forest [Whitaker] again, and if it's in a Taken 4 scenario... great." - said Liam Neeson
The first part of that equation was answered in spades, as Liam Neeson's Taken 3 topped the weekend box office charts with a healthy $40.4 million, the second-highest January opening ever, according to BoxOfficeMojo. It's worth noting that this opening number is less than Taken 2 ($49 million), but higher than Neeson's Non-Stop ($28.9 million in February 2014). This suggests that audiences actually prefer Neeson playing Bryan Mills in an action thriller... not just a random older gentleman who's gifted when it comes to snuffing out bad guys.