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Grudge Match is set for release in the UK January 24th and if you’ve not seen or heard anything about it, have a watch of the video below! We’ve seen a couple of trailers for the movie bringing together Sylvester Stallone and Robert De Niro which if you’ve missed can be seen here. Grudge Match plays on two of the most well known boxing movies of all time in the form of Raging Bull and the Rocky franchise to pit the two boxing legends together.
This new featurette presents a fake documentary (“mocumentary”) style storyline with a slightly more substantial take on the history between former light heavyweight champions “Kid” (Robert De Niro) and “Razor Sharp” (Sylvester Stallone). It has interviews with the likes of Mike Tyson and Evander Holyfield talking about the two former fighters coming back together after such a long time and what we »
- David Sztypuljak
Before The Voice’s first season premiered, it was marketed as the reality singing competition that would get rid of all the gimmicks. It was about nothing but pure talent. There weren’t judges, but instead, there were friendly coaches, who would find good vocalists and help them become great. The auditions were blind, which ensured that only the very best singers would get the chance to compete on the show, regardless of their appearance. It was all about the notes, the runs, the falsettos, and the voices that sent chills down viewers’ spines. This was The Voice.
Five seasons later, »
- Samantha Highfill
CNN anchors Chris Cuomo, Wolf Blitzer and Anderson Cooper recount their experiences with the legendary Ron Burgundy (Will Ferrell) in a new retrospective for Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues. While these newsmen all respect Burgundy's talent, they also share their negative experiences with the anchorman, and how he was personally responsible for the Berlin Wall and Mike Tyson's infamous ear-biting bout with Evander Holyfield. Explore a side of Ron Burgundy you never knew existed before this comedy sequel hits theaters December 20.
Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues comes to theaters December 18th, 2013 and stars Will Ferrell, Paul Rudd, Steve Carell, David Koechner, Christina Applegate, James Marsden, Kristen Wiig, Harrison Ford. The film is directed by Adam McKay. »
Sure, Ron Burgundy's laughing it up on the cover of Rolling Stone, interviewing all-star quarterbacks and lending his name to institutions of higher learning, but Will Ferrell's man with the mustache has a darker side, too, his peers say.
"On-camera, he's the best. But off-camera, he's a bit of an asshole," says Chris Cuomo, host of the CNN morning show New Day. "A major prick," Wolf Blitzer chimes in as part of a new Funny or Die video that purports to pull back the curtain on Burgundy's less savory exploits. »
Mike Tyson's face is a knockout!Here's the 22-year-old version of the undisputed heavy-weight champ at a gala in Beverly Hills back in 1988 (left) -- and 25 years later, the 47-year-old one-man show at his book signing in Los Angeles earlier this year (right).The question is... Read more »
- TMZ Staff
After Nelson Mandela died on Dec. 5 at the age of 95, President Obama, former Presidents Bill Clinton and George Bush, and a bevy of celebrities are remembering the beloved former South African president’s amazing legacy.
The world is heartbroken after Nelson Mandela sadly passed away on Dec.5, 2013 at home in Houghton, South Africa. The revolutionary leader — who had been suffering from a recurring lung infection and was frequently in the hospital over the last year — will never be forgotten. Nelson has touched so many lives, including that of former professional boxer Muhammad Ali, who released a touching statement praising the late leader on Dec. 5.
Muhammad expressed his admiration for Nelson and the impact he had on the world, saying:
I am deeply saddened by the passing of Mr. Mandela. His was a life filled with purpose and hope; hope for himself, his country and the world. »
The Mississippi state high school championship is set to take place on Friday, and Favre is looking to help his new team take the winning title.
Favre: From NFL To High School Coach
Favre, who works as the offensive coach for free, has known Oak Grove High head coach Nevil Barr for years and would train at the Oak Grove football facilities during the NFL offseason when he returned home to Hattiesburg. Barr immediately offered Favre a coaching position upon his official retirement from the NFL in 2010 and this is currently Favre’s second season as coach.
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Favre says he enjoys participating in the game in a more low-pressure setting compared »
The Wolfpack returns for the third and reportedly final time today with the UK release of The Hangover Part III on DVD and Blu-ray, and to celebrate we've got an exclusive behind-the-scenes clip, which sees Zach Galifianakis and Ed Helms talking about their characters, as well as working with director Todd Phillips.
Here's the official synopsis, and you can check out the clip below...
"Following the death of Alan (Galifianakis)'s father, he and his best mates Phil (Bradley Cooper) and Stu (Helms), aka the Wolfpack, head out on a road trip on which they get caught up in another misadventure, encountering a number of eccentric characters on the way and ending up back in Las Vegas. Justin Bartha, Ken Jeong, Heather Graham and John Goodman co-star, with Mike Tyson also making an appearance."
The Hangover Part III is available now. You can order it via Amazon.
- Gary Collinson
Back in Mike Tyson's boxing days, he needed the help of a fake penis in order to perform well—at his mandated drug checks. The former Heavyweight Champion of the World explained how he utilized his artificial member on the Monday, Dec. 2, episode of Chelsea Lately, noting that the prosthetic penis "works really effectively." (He didn't get into the specifics of what drugs might have been in his system during this time, but he gave a half-nod when asked if it was "just marijuana.") Tyson explained a fake penis "doesn't work the way you think it works, but it works if you wanna pass a drug test…You take it out—it has somebody else's urine [in it]—of »
History of WWE: 50 Years of Sports Entertainment, 2013.
A documentary on how World Wrestling Entertainment went from its roots as a regional Us promotion to the global juggernaut it is today.
This documentary, on World Wrestling Entertainment's (WWE) 50th birthday, details the company's rise from its humble beginnings to the worldwide behemoth it is today.
The story is told chronologically through archive footage, guided through the years by a deeply-masculine narration and a bunch of talking heads. The range is impressive, from wrestlers past and present - Jake Roberts, Roddy Piper, Daniel Bryan, a rare out-of-character Undertaker (Mark Calaway) - to celebrity fans - Mike Tyson, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Ozzy Osbourne, Kid Rock. Unfortunately, each interviewee appears before the same hideous curtain backdrops.
Tracking the company's growth through its various eras is fascinating, »
- Oliver Davis
Late-night funnyman Jimmy Kimmel really had something to laugh about with the latest ratings numbers. For the week of Nov. 18 — the most recent period that weekly numbers are available for — ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live” posted its most-watched week since the show switched over to the 11:35 p.m. timeslot — placing it in direct competition with NBC’s “Tonight Show With Jay Leno” and CBS’s “Late Show With David Letterman — in January. See video: ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’: Mike Tyson Talks Tiger Farts, Cocaine, and Orgy Erections Growing 15 percent in total viewers from week to week, “Jimmy Kimmel Live” averaged. »
- Tim Kenneally
The History of WWE: 50 Years of Sports Entertainment begins with Vince McMahon getting out of his car at WWE headquarters in Connecticut and greeting employees as he makes his way to his office on the top floor of what was once known as TitanTowers.
The documentary portion of this release begins at the beginning, with information about Jess McMahon and Vince McMahon Sr, and how they began what we now know as WWE. Jess McMahon was a boxing promoter, his son Vince, turned it into a traditional regional professional wrestling promotion, and his son, the current head of WWE, Vince McMahon Jr, turned it into the multimedia conglomerate that we know today.
The talking heads are extremely relevant and well picked, it is nice to see the big names from wrestling’s history on here, talking about the history of WWE as a company and the wrestling business as a whole. »
- Chris Cummings
As people across the country gather on Thursday to give thanks for family, friends and a shared bounty, a new film from HBO and Sports Illustrated celebrates another mutual American experience.
"Sport in America: Our Defining Stories," debuting Nov. 28 on HBO, examines how the shared thread of sports has united the country over the years and helped shape the national character.
"[The film] is really very much about why sports matters to people in ways that we actually don't realize," explains James D. Stern, who directed the film for Endgame Entertainment. "You know, we talk about our parents, we talk about our kids, we talk about our politics, we talk about race. And all those things we talk about oftentimes through the safety valve of sports.
"This is sort of the intersection where sports and family and America meet," he says to Zap2it.
The 95-minute documentary includes the personal stories of »
Adam Sandler's "The Chanukah Song" first appeared on Saturday Night Live nearly 20 years ago, and ever since then, it's been a soothing comedic balm for Jewish children who feel alienated during the Christmas season. And while Sandler has sporadically updated the song, he hasn't done so for 10-plus years, so we decided to help him out with some culturally appropriate references. Sing along with us: Daniel Radcliffe lights the menorahSo do Scott Caan, Mila Kunis and Josh Radnor-ahGuess who eats together at the Carnegie DeliAndy Samberg and Bar RafaeliScarJo's half Jewish, James Franco tooPut them together, what a »
- Alex Heigl
Were cocaine and marijuana once daily staples in Nigella Lawson’s recipe for life? Fox News reports allegations have emerged in a fraud trial that celebrity chef Lawson, recently of ABC’s “The Taste,” used cocaine, marijuana and pills on a daily basis for more than 10 years. According to the claims, the alleged drug use was so extensive that Lawson’s now ex-husband, Charles Saatchi, dubbed her “Higella” when he found out about it, according to Fox News. Also read: ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’: Mike Tyson Talks Tiger Farts, Cocaine, and Orgy Erections (Video) The allegations were released by British judge, »
- Tim Kenneally
Boxing legend “Iron” Mike Tyson joined Jimmy Kimmel Tuesday to plug his New York Times best-selling book “Undisputed Truth.” The two talked through some of the best stories in the autobiography, filled with tiger tales and brushes with the law. For instance: Tyson desperately misses the tigers he once famously owned. (No kids, that wasn’t just a “Hangover” joke.) The former heavyweight champion of the world used to sleep with the striped big game cats. But that habit didn’t last into his marriage, not so much because the practice is extraordinarily dangerous, rather because “when they fart, they smell they hell, »
- Tony Maglio
Tune in alert for tomorrow’s episode of the nationally syndicated daytime talk show "Katie," airing November 26, as Bryant Gumbel and Katie reunite to get to the heart of some real and inspiring sports stories. They explore the world of female body builders, the effects of head injuries in contact sports and The Miracle League, a charity that allows children with physical and cognitive disabilities to play baseball. us, Bryant Gumbel and Katie reminisce about the old days of working together on “Today.” Then, Mike Tyson stops by to talk about sobriety and new revelations on his childhood. Hear what he has to say about a Hollywood icon he admires and why. Bryant Gumbel and Katie Reminisce About “Today” »
- April Neale
To celebrate the release of The Hangover Part III and The Hangover Trilogy, Out On Blu-ray And DVD On 2Nd December, we’ve got a competition for two lucky people to win their own copy of The Hangover Trilogy on Blu-ray!
The Hangover Part III is the epic conclusion to an incomparable odyssey of mayhem and bad decisions, in which the guys must finish what they started by going back to where it all began: Las Vegas. One way or another…it all ends here.
Director: Todd Phillips
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For your chance to win, all you need to do answer the following question:
In The Hangover Part III, this actor reprises his role as Wolfpack member Phil. »
- Simon Gallagher
Clint Eastwood's 20-year-old daughter Francesca Eastwood is now a married woman. The "Mrs. Eastwood & Company" star and 2013 Miss Golden Globe has tied the know with Jonah Hill's brother, Jordan Feldstein.
The news was first reported by TMZ, who say they exchanged vows at the Simple Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas, after filing for a marriage license on Sunday (November 17). A source tells Us Weekly that the couple haven't been together very long, "but when in Vegas!" That's definitely the sign of a union meant to last forever.
Las Vegas is the unofficial home of the quickie wedding, with many celebrities getting them over time. Sadly, most of the more well-known unions didn't exactly work out. Below, check out five other celebrity Vegas weddings that didn't make it out. Do Francesca and Jordan have better odds?
Doing the splits is the theme of this week's viral video chart and we can guarantee that opinion will be divided on the first two clips. Jean-Claude Van Damme, the Belgian martial artist, actor, and director, performs an epic stunt when he does the splits between two reversing lorries.
The stunt, filmed to demonstrate the precision and directional stability of Volvo Dynamic Steering was filmed on a Spanish airstrip at sunrise. Directed by Andreas Nilsson and with a haunting soundtrack called Only Time by Enya, it was filmed in one take.
Such a dramatic advert is, of course, wide open to parody and so our second clip features Channing Tatum, who halts filming on his latest film, 22 Jump Street, to film Jenko's epic split. Cue tension as tea trollies replace the »
- Janette Owen
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