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Ted 2

Ted 2
Directed by
Seth MacFarlane
Seth MacFarlane
Jessica Barth
Sam J. Jones
Patrick Warburton
Michael Dorn
Bill Smitrovich
Cocoa Brown
John Carroll Lynch
Ron Canada
Dennis Haysbert
Patrick Stewart
Tom Brady
Jay Leno
Jimmy Kimmel
Kate McKinnon
Bobby Moynihan
Taran Killam
Sebastian Arcelus
Jay Patterson
Steve Callaghan
Nana Visitor
Maggie Geha
Jessica Szohr
Craig Ricci Shaynak
Lexi Atkins
Jack Knight
Lauren Sanchez
William Xifaras
Altina Lester
Curtis Stigers
Julius Sharpe
Liz Morgan
Alec Sulkin
Ralph Garman
Michael Steven Costello
Vanessa Vander Pluym
J. Mark Donaldson
Frank Lloyd
Bart A. Piscitello Jr.
Becki Dennis
Robert Holfelder
Michael Trisler
Ryan Hanna
Kate Gustafson
David Goldman
Ted Jessup
Ronobir Lahiri
Barry Ratcliffe
Chris Regan
Nefetari Spencer
Jeffrey Stubblefield
Wellesley Wild
Lenny Clarke
Chris Neville
Rachael MacFarlane
Christy Scott Cashman
Joseph J. Micucci
Josiah Blount
Johnny Alves
Silvio Cuadra
Dustin Ybarra
Matthew J. Walters
Aaron Zell
Scott Wahle
John Viener
Kate B. O'Brien
Billy Concha
Andrew Torres
Luke Adams
Tara Strong
Tom Berklund
Danny Connelly
Brandon Henschel
Lindsay Yee
Ahmed al-Gendy
Giovanni Alabiso
Garsha Arristos
Joseph Aviel
Kt Baldassaro
Danny Barba
Laura-Elise Barrett
Tommy Bayiokos
Brando Benetton
Vincent M. Biscione
Josiah Black
Amanda Blattner
Ronald Boone
Anissa Borrego
David Boston
Bill Bouris
D. Patrick Bowles
Van Brockmann
Del Brown
Jodie Brunelle
Lorna j Brunelle
Deanna Buonomo
Mark Burzenski
José Báez
Roseny Carrero
Philip Casnoff
Bryan Casserly
Herbert Centeno
Julio Cesar
Jill Cetel
Chia Chen
Jason Chu
Leonel Claude
Lexie Contursi
Guy Cooper
Jeffrey Corazzini
Stevie Costa
Chassidy Cox
Alexandra Creteau
Denise Crisci
Vincent Cucuzza
John Curcio
Edgar Damatian
Kayla Delehant
Steven Dougherty
Nea Dune
Michael Eauslin
Tyler Rae Edwards
Diana Emuge
Elvis Dino Esquivel
Steven Fallas
Brian Patrick Farrell
Michelle Fonseca
Theodore John Forsi
Victor Franko
Isaac Gallego
Connor Garelick
Cody Gari
Susan Garibotto
Erick Garza
Sharon J. Geyer
John Gigliotti
Phyllis Gordon II
Tom Granger
Karl carlo Green
Elaine Victoria Grey
David Greyson
Tina Grimm
Enku Gubaie
Riley Halden
London Hall
Joe P. Harris
Becky Harvey
Nick Hentsch
Leila Hilali
Roshanda Hill
Ronald James Hoff Jr
Rosemary Howard
Kimberly Howe
Stacey Forbes Iwanicki
Jahmilla Jackson
Nicole Jesson
Avan Jogia
Stanis Johnson
Jenelle Jones
Susan Jude
Lynn Julian
Karli Karissa
Bobby Kenney
Remington Keyes
Slim Khezri
Kimberlee Kidd
Jeffery Kincannon
Brittany King
Martin Klebba
Eva Krause
Madeleyn Kurg
Hashim Lafond
Patrick Languzzi
Morgan Larson
Elester Latham
Henry Laun
Toiya Leatherwood
Davide Leone
Diana Lestat
Kandiss Marie Lewis
Frank Lui Geo
Jo Luijten
Phyllis Lynn
Robin Lynn
Anna Maiche
Tom Mariano
Sophie Mazzaro
Katie McCabe
Olivia McCarthy
Stephanie McIntyre
Anna McNiven
Franklin Mejia
Kaitlin Mesh
Brian Metran
Kristina Mezzetti
Shayla Mitchell
Adrian M. Mompoint
Dan Moyers
Kim Mulhauser
Cassidy Neal
Lance Norris
Jesse O'Neill
Phillip ORiley
Joseph Oliveira
Richard Pacheco
Chris Palermo
And Palladino
Gary Palmer
Nicole Parrish
Jonathan Peacy
Elizabeth Pollard
Rob Raco
Aaron F. Randell
Steven Rears
Niki Redmond
Doug Reed
Adam Reeser
Curtis Reid
Stew Replogle
Edmund Resendes
David Riccio Jr.
Lisa Richman
Jenny Robinson
Gary Roscoe
Sagan Rose
Lee Roth
Ariana Ruckle
Megan Sacco
Luis Salazar
Erik Salmonson
Isabella Sanchez
Tioka Bernard Schluter IV
Julie Schmid
Johnny Serret
Eric Shackelford
Jeff Sicile
Benji Sills
Catalina Snape
Dwayne Sneed
Anita Soto
Chaunty Spillane
Nick Steele
Katherine Stephens-Miller
Ethan Stone
Michael Steven Swanson
Amy Tardugno
Noelle Trudeau
George J. Vezina
Marco Virgilio
Kyle Viveiros
Isabel Wagner
Patrick M. Walsh
Jason Weary
Christopher Weigel
Mike Wendt
Monay Williams
Sandra E Williams
Joseph Wilson
Genoveva Winsen
Robert Woo
Sandra Yap
Jason Yorker
Adam Zalt
Venezia Zavala
Claudia Zielke
Amanda Zocco

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13th July 2016

A mixed bag on the UK box office this week, Monday - Friday saw The Secret Life of pets tops the charts but Absolutely Fabulous was the top film from Monday to Sunday and The legend of Tarzan is the highest new film.

The Life of Pets makes it three weeks at the top with a £3.6 million gross over the weekend, this brings the films total gross to £22.6 million.

Absolutely Fabulous The Movie, not on its second week takes £5.7 million over the whole week, just slightly better that Pets, clearly showing when the 2 different audiences go to the cinema.

Highest debut this week lands at number 2 this week in the shape of a new take on the Tarzan story, The Legend of Tarzan, the film grosses £3.5 million.

Also new this week: Now You See Me 2 lands at number 3, Indian film Sultan has the best debut ever for an Indian film at number 6 with just over a million pound and The Neon Demon lands at 9.

Highest total grossing movie on the box office if The Secret Life of Pets and the longest run on the chart is Me Before You now on 6 weeks.

Historical chart

A year ago
Minions stayed at the top of the box office for a second week with Ted 2 debuting at number 2.

Five years ago
No move for Transformers: Dark of The Moon at the top while the top new film was The Guard entering at 5.

Ten years ago
Pirates of The Caribbean: Dead Mans Chest made its debut at the top of the box office with Over The Hedge falling to number 2.

Fifteen years ago
Video game adaptation Lara Croft Tomb Raider with Angelina Jolie made its way to the top of the box office on its debut knocking Shrek down to number 2.

Twenty years ago
Tom Cruise starred in Mission:Impossible which was new at the top with Toy Story falling down to number 2.

Twenty five years ago
The Naked Gun 2 ½ The Smell of Fear remained at the top for a second weekend with the Kim Basinger and Alec Baldwin film Too Hot To Handle new at number 3.

1st September 2015

The summer is over and so comes to an end the summer blockbuster season where the big money for films is made.

As with many years sequels and series is where the big money is and leading the way in 2015 is the return of the Jurassic Dinosaur series after 14 years away in the form of Jurassic World.

Jurassic World took £63.6 million over the summer and will probably end up being the top film of the year as well, although there is still one film which may burst its bubble.

Animation scores big again this year and the second and third biggest movies are Minions which takes £44 million and Pixar's return Inside Out which has taken £30.6 million to date.

This years sequel to Avengers Assemble may not have made the numbers that Disney were hoping but it still did very well and is the 4th top film of the summer with £30 million.

Rounding out the top 5 is a bit of a surprise with Mad Max Fury Road taking £17.1 million, the return to the Mad Max world after 30 years proving a hit with critics and the public alike.

Biggest losers of the season are Terminator Genisys which didn't excite a modern audience, Ted 2 which simple didn't bring on the laughs of the original and Magic Mike XXL which didn't live up to the erotic expectations of its core market.

Check out all the top summer films at the UK box office.

15th July 2015

This week At the UK box office the little yellow Minions held off the highest new film quite comfortably to gain a second week a the top.

With a £4.15 million weekend the Minions has brought its total gross to £27.6 million, which ahead of both of the Despicable Me film from the same series.

Rolling into second place is Ted 2, Ted was a massive surprise hit back in 2012 taking nearly £12 million on it's opening weekend, Ted 2 has taken £3.8 on it's debut and will struggle to get over £10 million in total.

Other new films this week are Love and Mercy at number 9 and Song of The Sea at number 10.

Historical Charts

A Year ago
Transformers: Age of Extinction took over at the top of the UK box office on its debut knocking down Mrs. Brown's Boys D'Movie to number 3.

Five years ago
The Twilight Saga: Eclipse entered the chart at the top knocking Shrek Forever After down to number 2.

Ten years ago
War of The Worlds held its own at the top while the highest new film was The Descent which enters at number 3.

Fifteen years ago
Chicken Run continued to dominate the box office at the top while this highest new entry was at number 3 in the shape of The Patriot.

Twenty years ago
The Batman franchise was still thriving and Batman Forever entered the box office at the top, First Knight fell to number 2.

Twenty Five years ago
Back to The Future Part III was entering at the top while Dick tracy fell to number 2.

13th July 2015

Minions got released in America this weekend and duly takes itself to the top of the world box office with a world gross of $239.5 million.

The Minions have pulled in a world gross of $395.7 million so far and it is on its way to grossing a magic billion.

Not pulling in the number like anyone expected Terminator Genisys this week falls down to number 2 with a world gross of $61 million.

The 5 Terminator film has to date pulled in $224.8 million in world grosses, not great for a well established franchise.

Jurassic world is starting to slow down this week but it now stands at $1.4 billion in world grosses.

Here is the full world top 10:

  1. Minions - $239,502,285
  2. Terminator Genisys - $61,000,000
  3. Jurassic World - $39,816,865
  4. Forever Young - $38,070,000
  5. Inside Out - $36,208,000
  6. Tiny Times 4.0 - $36,000,000
  7. Magic Mike XXL - $19,940,000
  8. Ted 2 - $17,957,760
  9. The Gallows - 11,215,000
  10. Monk Comes Down the Mountain - $10,000,000

6th July 2015

After a quiet release last week in a couple of countries and falling just outside the top 10, this week Terminator Genisys flies to the top of the world box office.

Expanding its release to 47 countries this week the 5th Terminator film takes $102 million across the globe, this brings its world wide gross to $129 million.

Falling from the top is Jurassic World which is still pulling in big number but this weeks drop to second place has its gross at $72.9 million for the week and $1.4 billion in total.

There were no new films to appear inside the top 10 this week, although Terminator Genisys has a small release last week as did Magic Mike XXL which lands in 16 countries with $18.2 million.

Chinese comedy Monk Comes Down the Mountain is playing in 3 countries this week and has a gross of $28 million at number 5.

Here is the full world box office top 10:

  1. Terminator Genisys - $102,700,000
  2. Jurassic World - $72,942,360
  3. Minions - $54,300,000
  4. Inside Out - $48,705,000
  5. Monk Comes Down the Mountain - $28,000,000
  6. Ted 2 - $19,816,360
  7. Magic Mike XXL - $18,240,000
  8. Spy - $8,900,000
  9. NLL - Battle of Yeonpyeong - $8,000,000
  10. Avengers: Age Of Ultron - $7,352,000

29th June 2015

No surprise really that Jurassic World is still the top film across the world considering the massif start to it's box office run it had.

This week the film takes another $136.7 million dollars from 67 countries to bring its world gross to $1.2 Billion, the fastest film to do this.

With Japan still to get the film Jurassic World will easily become the third highest grossing movie of all time, and on this trajectory it could challenge Titanic as the second highest grossing, although it has got a bot to go.

Pixar are sticking solid in second place where Inside Out remains for another week, a $78.5 million dollar weekend, from 43 countries, brings it's world gross to $266.4 on its second weekend of release.

With most of Europe still to see a release of the film it still has some dollars to rake in giving it the potential to be one of the most successful animations of all time, although it wont touch Frozen, the biggest or Toy Story 3 which both made over a billion.

Highest new film of the week with a release in 27 countries of the sequel movie Ted 2, taking a non too shabby $53.2 million on it;s debut weekend.

Here is the top 10 world film weekending 29th June:

  1. Jurassic World - $136,717,170
  2. Inside Out - $78,528,000
  3. Ted 2 - $53,222,730
  4. Minions - $36,000,000
  5. Hollywood Adventures - $26,000,000
  6. San Andreas - $15,675,000
  7. Spy - $14,200,000
  8. Max - $12,210,000
  9. SPL 2 A Time for Consequences - $11,000,000
  10. NLL - Battle of Yeonpyeong - $8,700,000

29th June 2015

The domination of Jurassic World continues in the US this week as the film makes it 3 weeks at the top with nothing coming any where near it in that time.

A shade under a 50% drop in taking from last week has Jurassic World's weekend gross at $54 million which brings it's total gross now to $500 million in the US, it is the fastest film to make the landmark.

Pixar can't be forgotten in all this, under normal circumstances this would be the second week at the top for Inside Out, but it simply can't beat Jurassic World.

Highest new film of the week is Ted 2 which lands at 3, a decent weekend take of $33 million which in another week would have safely seen it get to the top.

The two headed force of Jurassic World and Inside Out could spoil the party for a number of other film in the coming weeks as well.

One other new film in the US charted this week, Max landed at 4 with $12 million.

6th January 2015

After the festive buying season is over and done with and we get into the January sales the video chart usually sees little movement except for the big discounted films making moves up.

Frozen from Disney retains it's hold on the chart and seems at the moment unmovable, it's now 40 weeks after it's debut and has been a mainstay of the top end ever since.

Little more to mention really, the highest new film is right down at number 18, The Guest stars Dan Stevens and is directed by Adam Wingard.

The Guest had a cinema release from 5th September 2014 making number 8 on it's debut with £313,003 and lasted 2 weeks at the box office, it's final UK gross being £832,147.

2nd June 2014

The Wolf of Wall Street retains it's lead at the top of the DVD/Blu-ray charts this week as there were no big new releases to challenge the top.

Despite no new releases the film at number 2 could have re-taken the top for a 3rd time, Disney monster smash Frozen moves back up the chart this week.

Highest new film of the week is I, Frankenstein from director Stuart Beattie and starring Aaron Eckhart.

The film was released at UK cinemas on 31st January this year, making a small ripple on the charts at number 4 where it took £811,365 on it's debut.

It only lasted 2 weeks dropping to 13 following it's debut and grossed a total of £1.27 million in the UK.

Also new this week
August Ostage County
Inside Llewyn Davis
Top Dog

7th June 2009

There is a bit of controversy circulating around the internet that early adopters of blu-ray disks will lack features of future Blu-ray disks, and although this is true some claims are being made that the early players will not play future disks.

Although the former statement is true, feature on some future disks will not be accessible on certain players, the latter is simply not true.

Lets put this into context, Blu-ray players have a profile, 1.0, 1.1 and in the near future 2.0. Features are categorised in these profiles so for example picture in picture on future disks are part of profile 1.1. If you have an early player that is only capable of 1.0 you will be able to play a 1.1 disk and get the full experience but you wont be able to access the picture in picture feature.

What impact does this have on the current blu-ray player owners? It seems for a majority it will have little impact. One of the reasons why early players are not future proof is that they cannot connect to the internet and so cant be upgraded, this is where the most popular Blu-ray player sold to date has the advantage.

By quite a large margin the best selling player with the largest install base is the Playstation 3 and this is a wireless device which connects to the internet no problem and has already been upgraded to profile 1.1 and the upgrade to 2.0 is just around the corner.

Good news in all this is that one of the standards being introduced for profile 2.0 is the ability to connect to the internet which means that any future upgrades wont be a problem.

If you have been a little bit of an early adopter and you bought a player after November last year then you are probably already set and any player bought then or after that date had to be at least profile 1.1. If you bought one before then just remember you can still watch the film without any loss of picture.

Early adopter generally know that by being the first person on the street to have the latest technology they will probably have an out dated device quicker than the guy next door who waited 2 years before taking the plunge.

Movie details

The film has a UK gross of £9,836,946 and is the 606th top grossing film in the UK

UK BBFC Certificate: 15

Genres:Popular in: United States and Australia
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Highest chart position: 2

Weeks on box office: 5

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