A couple of years ago, his movie about a teddy bear that came to life earned the distinction of being "the highest-grossing original R-rated comedy of all time." That's according to comingsoon.net, and why would they lie?
On June 26, Ted 2 will hit the theaters, and the trailer for it hit the internet yesterday.
Mark Wahlberg is back as Ted's best friend, and Morgan Freeman is part of the cast.
File this under: RIDICULOUS!!! Documentation from a London volunteer organization claims Lindsay Lohan completed 80 hours of community service in 9 days. Did she pick up trash at a park? Volunteer at a homeless shelter? Nope! She claims she 'met with fans and shook hands' and that counts as "COMMUNITY SERVICE". Prosecutors don't believe it and aren't buying it, and will investigate. She's in London. The L.A. court set another hearing Feb. 18.
Congrats to Point artists Fall Out Boy!! This is HUGE. They have scored their third Number 1 album. The group's 6th studio album is titled "American Beauty/American Psycho." Taylor Swift stays right behind, and Meghan Trainor's debut album drops to No. 3.
The Beebs is getting emotional ... do we buy it? Or is it another cry for attention? Justin Bieber is sharing a Facebook video with fans where he apologized for mistakes he has made in the past. He admitted to acting "arrogant and conceited." This all started because yesterday he taped an appearance on Ellen DeGeneres' talk show where he gave one word answers & was very rude. Producers and his management team were very dissapointed - possibly the reason for the video? Check out the video on our Facebook page!
Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon Sued by Former Nanny
Mariah Carey and estranged husband Nick Cannon have been sued by a former live-in nanny. Simonette DaCosta claims Mariah forced her to work 100 hours per week but refused to pay her overtime. She was fired in January 2014.
Taylor Swift Trademarks 'This Sick Beat' and Other Lyrics From '1989' Album
Taylor Swift officially owns the line "This Sick Beat" from "Shake It Off". She has patented the phrase and other memorable lyrics from the songs off her "1989" album. No one can market the lyrics on T-shirts, mugs, or printed publications without her consent.
David Letterman Invites Jay Leno to Appear on 'Late Show'
David Letterman has invited ex-rival Jay Leno to appear as a guest before he retires from the program in May. They became rivals when NBC handed the Tonight Show to Leno in 1992. Leno handed over the "Tonight Show" to Jimmy Fallon last year.
Bruce Jenner to Discuss His Changing Look on Docu-Series
Bruce Jenner is expected to reveal what he's going through in an upcoming documentary on E! He is expected to discuss all the rumors he is changing genders. The Jenner & Kardashian families will join him. Kim Kardashian told ET Bruce indeed is "going thru something."
Dr. Dre sells his Hollywood Hills estate for double what he paid
Dr. Dre has scored $32.5 million for his posh pad in the Hollywood Hills. That's more than twice what he paid for it in 2011. And he didn't live there full time. He also owns a Brentwood estate. Dr. Dre is now said to be worth over $650 million.
The folks at Go Daddy, keepers of so many web domains, usually produce an ad for the Super Bowl.
Sometimes sultry, sometimes sexy, they usually cause a bit of a stir.
This year, they decided to go with something a little more tame, sort of spoofing Budweiser's commercial last year about the lost dog.
This new Go Daddy ad featured Buddy, a golden retriever puppy who finds his way home, only to find that his owner has just sold him on a website she built with Go Daddy's help. Buddy's owner, as it turns out, is a breeder from Gabby's Goldens. At the end of the ad, Buddy's loaded into a van and driven off.
When the ad was released on Tuesday, animal rights activists were up in arms, and demanded that the ad - which they suggest was glorifying puppy mills - be pulled.
And the folks at Go Daddy agreed. Here's the ad you won't see on Sunday.
While a near-record snowfall covered the City of Boston, one man tried to stay ahead of the white stuff.
Chris Laudani, a bartender, finished his shift early on Tuesday night, grabbed a shovel and headed for Boylston Street and the finish line of the Boston Marathon.
On his own, he cleared the finish line - site of the horrific bombings - of snow.
He wasn't looking for anything.
"I only did it to send a message," he later told Boston Magazine after his identity was determined. I love the Boston Marathon and everything it stands for, the finish line doesn't deserve to be covered in snow."