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On Tuesday, Billboard announced that her holiness Adele had overtaken *Nsync's single-week Us album sales record; the singer moved at least 2.433 million copies of her highly anticipated album 25 in slightly more than three days. This is only one of many records the "Hello" singer has crushed, and the members of *Nsync are totally cool with it. In an interview with Billboard, Joey Fatone said, "Adele is the truth," and that he's excited "a rare talent like hers is in the same breath as our group." He was obviously still a little disappointed, though. "Records are always meant to be broken, but with technology and current music business model, I thought this one would be tough to beat." Lance Bass and Jc Chasez had similar reactions to the news on social media. We officially say Bye Bye Bye as @Adele says Hello to the World Record of Most Albums Sold In a Single Week. »
- Quinn Keaney
Knowing Joey Fatone is such a class act is going to make you feel even worse about making fun of his last name in middle school. "Records are always meant to be broken, but with technology and current music business model, I thought this one would be tough to beat," the ’N Sync member told Billboard when asked about Adele's 25 blowing past ’N Sync's previously uncontested album sales for No Strings Attached. A fair point, Joey. On the other hand, no one had to skip Drama Club practice, drive 20 minutes to the Coconuts Music at the nice mall, and wait in line to purchase 25. Said Fatone, "In all honesty, Adele is the truth — kinda excited a rare talent like hers is in the same breath as our group. I'm a huge fan. ... I even bought the damn album." The truth! Bandmates Lance Bass and Jc Chasez also recognized »
- Halle Kiefer
Everyone on Earth has purchased Adele's record-shattering new album (even Joey Fatone!), but because you're anti–pop elitism or just plain cheap, you may have resisted buying it. It's okay, Adele feels your pain. This morning she told the Today show that after withholding 25 from streaming, she'll most likely allow it eventually: "Yeah, probably. I’m certainly not one for spicing things up. I’m just doing what I’ve always done. And 'Hello' is on [streaming] because it's on radio, it's out there." She's already made a step in that direction by putting the album on Pandora, but until it hits other streaming sites, she'll just continue quenching your Adele thirst and keep on performing all the songs you maybe haven't heard yet. (She debuted "Water Under the Bridge" on Fallon the other night.) Here she is, once again, singing the devastating "Million Years Ago" so you all have something »
- Dee Lockett
Adele crushed Nsync’s single-week album sales record in only four days, and Joey Fatone is fine with that — even if he didn’t quite expect it to happen in the digital age. “Records are always meant to be broken, but with technology and current music business model, I thought this one would be tough to beat,” the former boy band singer told Billboard. Nsync has held the record for most album sales in a single week ever since “No Strings Attached” sold 2,416,000 copies in 2000. Adele’s third album, “25,” surpassed the boy band’s milestone after moving 2,433,000 in pure album sales as of. »
- Beatrice Verhoeven
"And my family is still too close." Universal has debuted the first trailer for the long-awaited sequel of all sequels, My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2, directed by Kirk Jones. If you recall, the original My Big Fat Greek Wedding was a huge hit with the adults, and played in theaters for months wracking up a massive $241 million at the box office during its run in 2002. Maybe they're hoping this will do just as well? The cast includes John Corbett and Nia Vardalos, once again, with Rita Wilson, John Stamos, Alex Wolff, Mark Margolis, Lainie Kazan & Joey Fatone. If you've been waiting 13 years for this, well, have at it. Here's the first official trailer for Kirk Jones' My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2, found on YouTube: After spending most of their time focusing on their troubling teenage daughter, Toula and Ian (John Corbett, Nia Vardalos) are facing marital problems »
- Alex Billington
Will Ferrell’s Anchorman 2, Monsters: University and – whisper it – Dumb and Dumber To, are just some examples of comedy sequels that arrived long after the release of their respective original. It’s a feat that’s proven to be a difficult butterfly to pin, with each of the aforementioned trio arriving to varying degrees of financial and critical success. Even still, that has in no way quelled the enthusiasm for the practice, and Ben Stiller’s Zoolander 2 won’t be the only follow-up arriving in 2016 after a long time spent flirting with development.
After a full 13 years, My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 is ready to dance its way onto the silver screen, and today brings forth our very first look at the long-in-development sequel. Kirk Jones (Nanny McPhee) is behind the lens for this one, aiming to create an experience that is appropriately “bigger and fatter” than the cult original. »
- Michael Briers
Last May, it was announced that My Big Fat Greek Wedding stars Nia Vardalos and John Corbett will reprise their roles as Toula an Ian in My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2. We haven't heard anything about the sequel since then, but today, Universal Pictures has released the first trailer and photos, while announcing the sequel will hit theaters on March 25, 2016. That release date puts My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 up against the highly-anticipated Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, although it's unlikely there is much crossover between both of these wildly different groups of fans.
Gold Circle Entertainment and HBO present a Playtone production of My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2, the long-awaited follow-up to the highest-grossing romantic comedy of all time. Written by Academy Award nominee Nia Vardalos, who stars alongside the entire returning cast of favorites, the film reveals a Portokalos family secret that will bring »
Thirteen years ago, "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" was all anybody could talk about. The tiny film made for $5 million was a ridiculously huge smash hit, earning $241 million domestic, on its way to a $386 million worldwide. Those are the kind of numbers you expect from something with branding and toys built in, not from a comedy with zero A-list stars. Well, everyone is hoping magic can happen again as the gang is back for "My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2" and the first trailer has arrived. Nia Vardalos, John Corbett, Lainie Kazan, Gia Carides, Joey Fatone, Elena Kampouris, Alex Wolff, Louis Mandylor, Bess Meisler, Bruce Gray, Fiona Reid, Ian Gomez, Jayne Eastwood, Mark Margolis, Andrea Martin, and Michael Constantine are some of the new and old faces that return in the film that catches up with the family some years later where, you guessed it, another wedding will have be mounted. »
- Kevin Jagernauth
Finding Nemo isn’t the only early 2000’s film getting a long-awaited sequel in 2016. In a just a few months, Universal will release My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2, Nia Vardalos‘ follow-up to her insanely successful first feature, with virtually all the cast returning, as well as some new faces. The first trailer has now landed for the film directed by Kirk Jones (What to Expect When You’re Expecting, Waking Ned Devine).
As the official synopsis reads, “the film reveals a Portokalos family secret that will bring the beloved characters back together for an even bigger and Greeker wedding.” Featuring the cast of John Corbett, Lainie Kazan, Gia Carides, Joey Fatone, Elena Kampouris, Alex Wolff, Louis Mandylor, Bess Meisler, Bruce Gray, Fiona Reid, Ian Gomez, Jayne Eastwood, Mark Margolis, Andrea Martin, and Michael Constantine, check it out below.
My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 opens on March 25th, 2016.
- Leonard Pearce
Break out the Windex, it's time for your first look at "My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2."
Based on this trailer, the sequel promises to be as funny, sweet, and Tmi as the first film. Believe it or not, it's been more than a dozen years since Nia Vardalos and John Corbett took to the big screen in the original 2002 comedy, and Nia announced at the end of June that they had finally finished filming the sequel.
Now here we are, returning to the love story to see how Ian and Toula are struggling to keep the spark alive while raising their college-age daughter and dealing with Toula's still much-too-close family. This time, Toula doesn't just have parent problems, she is a bit of a problem parent for her own smothered child.
Of course, "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" wouldn't be the same without a wedding -- you may be »
- Gina Carbone
Bye, bye, bye, bland cereal! It’s been years since Joey Fatone’s dirrrty pop days, but the singer-turned-tv personality will forever have countless, titillating memories from his boy band past. The My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 actor recently opened up to Us Weekly about everything *N Sync — from the group’s tour bus rider and who's the biggest flirt, to whether another reunion is in the works. Fatone, 38, and his bandmates — Justin Timberlake, Jc Chasez, Lance Bass, and Chris Kirkpatrick — catapulted into the music [...] »
Dirtyyyy pop secrets! Joey Fatone is finally revealing one of *N Sync's longtime secrets: Why is there a star in the band's name? The My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 actor joked that Israeli illusionist Uri Geller may have had something to do with it. "We saw him in the UK, and this is when we were obviously establishing *N Sync, and he goes, 'I see something. It has to do with suns or stars or something with astronomy in your career,'" Fatone, 38, recently recalled to [...] »
If you’ve ever wondered what Julie Chen would look like in Madonna’s bullet-bra bustier, or maybe Aisha Tyler in Beyonce’s iconic, single-sleeved black leotard (and if you haven’t, well, you probably are now) this will be a very Happy Halloween, indeed. In honor of the costume-centric holiday, the CBS afternoon gabfest The Talk will morph into The Sing, as the hosts transform themselves into their favorite pop stars and throw down in a lip sync battle hosted by Joey Fatone. • Related: Halloween Programming 2015 The special episode airs Friday, Oct. 30 at 2pm Et and 1pm Ct and Pt on the CBS … Continue reading →
- Lori Acken
What happens when Nsync's Joey Fatone, 90-Degrees' Jeff Timmons, O-Town's Erik Michael Estrada and Backstreet Boys' Aj Mclean get together? They reminisce about their boy band past, of course! The teen idols all stopped by "Dancing With the Stars" this week, where they shared some fun facts that '90s music fanatics might not know. The guys fielded questions from fans, including one about how each of their bands got their names. "Our name is the last letters of our first names," Fatone explained. "We used to call Lance 'Lanston.' So, Justin for the 'n,' Chris for the 's,' Joey for the 'y' and so on." "We were shooting the 'Making the Band' show in Orlando. They didn't have a name for it yet -- everyone's nickname for Orlando was 'O-Town,' so they called it 'The O-Town Project,'" Estrada said. »
- tooFab Staff
Being a regular Dancing With the Stars viewer comes with an important cardinal rule: Don’t even attempt to watch the traditional “Most Memorable Year” night without buying Kleenex in bulk beforehand.
Monday’s Alfonso Ribeiro-hosted installment forced even the iciest of hearts to thaw, providing us with two hours of emotional pre-performance video packages and tearjerking routines. (I just about lost it every time Bindi Irwin’s dance was even teased at the commercial breaks.)
In keeping with the reality staple’s uplifting theme, I’ll gladly forgo my usual “Worst of the Night” negativity and instead highlight »
A photo posted by @teddysphotos on Sep 8, 2015 at 5:23pm Pdt Ed Sheeran gave us a dose of '90s nostalgia on Wednesday when he shared an epic photo of himself hanging out with none other than the Backstreet Boys' Howie Dorough and *Nsync's Joey Fatone. Ed, who is currently dating Cherry Seaborn, made all of our dreams come true when he alluded to starting a band with the two teen heartthrobs. "We are starting a new band @howie_dorough @realjoeyfatone," Ed captioned the snap. Although it's likely that the British crooner might have only been joking, we're kind of crossing our fingers wishing this was true. See their fun moment above, then weigh in on which '90s boy band was really the best! »
And the announcements for new members of Dancing With the Stars continues with the addition of Backstreet Boy Nick Carter. Just the other day it was announced that Bindi Irwin would be joining as well as jockey Victor Espinoza. Turns out that Carter was offered a chance to be on the show for four years running. Well, it looks like the 5th time is the charm. Turns out that his very own rival boy-band member and friend Joey Fatone of N’Sync talked him into it. “He talks about it all the time and I was really debating if I wanted to do it, and he said, ‘It’s a great experience, it keeps you in shape and it’ll teach you a lot of stuff,'” Carter says of his ‘N Sync pal’s advice. “He said, ‘You’ll get what you put into it.’ And I’m a hard worker, »
- Nat Berman
"Dancing with the Stars" is getting a dose of boy band power for Season 21.
According to Us Weekly, Backstreet Boy Nick Carter is the ABC reality dance competition.
"I'm excited," he told the mag.
Fellow boy-bander and former "DWTS" contestant Joey Fatone helped convince Nick to join the show after reportedly being offered a spot in the ballroom for four years in a row.
"He talks about it all the time and I was really debating if I wanted to do it, and ...
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Fifth time's the charm! Nick Carter reveals exclusively to Us Weekly that he has signed on for Dancing With the Stars Season 21 after four years in a row of offers from the DWTS crew. "I'm excited," he dishes in Us Weekly's latest issue. And the person who talked the Backstreet Boys singer into signing on the dotted line? None other than former boy band rival-turned-friend, Joey Fatone, who participated in Seasons 4 and 15. "He talks about it all the time and I was really debating if [...] »
Oh my God, they're back again. Members from popular American '90s boy bands, including Backstreet Boys, 'N Sync and 98 Degrees, star together in a new Syfy movie titled Dead 7. The film is described as a "post-apocalyptic Western that follows a group of gunslingers as they look to rid a small town of a zombie plague." Backstreet Boys singer Nick Carter stars in it, co-wrote the script and is directing the TV flick, which will debut in 2016. He and other cast members have posted a slew of behind-the-scenes photos on Instagram. In what universe would you be able to see Joey Fatone ('N Sync), Jeff Timmons (98 degrees), Delious Kennedy (All-4-One), Howie Dorough »
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