Ferdinand may be as big and clumsy as any other bull, but despite his startling appearance, he's the friendliest bovine you could ever hope to meet and adores smelling flowers more than anything. However, after one or two mishaps and misunderstandings, he is labelled a danger to the public and taken away from his friends. When he is captured and forced to take part in a Spanish bullfight, he doesn't know the first thing about fighting. But with a little help and encouragement from his newfound (smaller) friends, he learns that he doesn't have to be a fighter to look like one.
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The leader of the ‘Yes’ movement has sadly decided to end his career, due to medical reasons.
WWE Superstar Daniel Bryan gave an emotional goodbye to fans on 'Raw', Monday night, after announcing his retirement from the ring due to medical reasons. Bryan, 34, made the difficult decision to hang up his boots after suffering multiple concussions throughout his wrestling career.
Daniel Bryan (pictured with wife Brie Bella) has announced his retirement from wrestling.
Bryan announced his retirement on twitter Monday afternoon telling fans: ‘Due to medical reasons, effective immediately, I am announcing my retirement. Tonight on Raw, I'll have a chance to elaborate. #gratitude.’
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An odd mix of sentimental family warmth and gross-out antics, this comedy doesn't have the courage of its own convictions, which means that it's not quite funny enough to keep the audience fully entertained. That said, there are just about enough laughs that hit the target, and the big-hearted humour is surprisingly endearing, with larger themes that resonate even when the filmmakers get bogged down in the strained rude jokes.
Will Ferrell plays Brad, a guy who can't have kids but has always wanted to be a dad. So when he marries Sarah (Linda Cardellini), he enthusiastically dives into the stepdad role with her children (Owen Vaccaro and Scarlett Estevez). Then just as they're finally warming to him, their biological father Dusty (Mark Walhberg) turns up, clearly determined to win his family back. What follows is a battle between a too-nice dork and a super-cool biker, competing for the affections of both Sarah and the kids. Brad gets some terrible advice from his boss (Thomas Haden Church), while Dusty recruits a handyman (Hannibal Buress) to back his side.
There's plenty of potential in this premise, but the filmmakers refuse to make the decision about who the film is aimed at. It's too vulgar to be family entertainment, but it's not edgy enough to properly appeal to adults. So it sits there genially, occasionally sparking a burst of laughter or a knowing smile. But the plot never makes any sense, mainly because to make it work the filmmakers portray Brad as a complete and utter loser until the moment the movie needs him to be the good guy. All of which is painfully predictable, complete with shamelessly sappy moralising. Thankfully, the cast can play these kinds of characters effortlessly, and both Ferrell and Walhberg add details that keep the audience engaged.
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From their inspired pairing on Saturday Night Live and their hysterical 2008 comedy Baby Mama to their riotous hosting of the Golden Globes, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are one of the funniest double-acts in recent memory. So even if they make a film as limp as this one, it's still packed with plenty of laughs. With a simplistic premise and obvious gags, the film isn't nearly as clever as they are. But they make it watchable.
As the title suggests, they play siblings: Kate (Fey) is a single mother with no job and nowhere to live, while Maura (Poehler) has never quite recovered from her divorce. Then their parents (Dianne Wiest and James Brolin) announce that they're selling the family home in Orlando, so Kate and Maura return to clean out their childhood bedrooms. And they're inspired to throw one last epic house party, inviting all of their old high school friends (including John Leguizamo), their school arch-nemesis (Maya Rudolph), a beefy drug dealer (John Cena) and a cute new neighbour (Ike Barinholtz).
Unsurprisingly, once the alcohol starts flowing, things get way out of hand.
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The former champ will host the new series which is titled ‘American Grit’.
Network Fox has announced a new military-inspired reality series, hosted by WWE superstar John Cena. Titled 'American Grit', it will follow ’16 of the country's toughest men and women as they're split into four teams and work together to face a variety of military-grade and survival-themed challenges’, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
John Cena will host ‘American Grit’ on Fox.
The pro-wrester will lead an elite group of mentors from the top branches of the U.S. Air Forces who will aid the contestants and push these recruits to the brink. The group of mentors will be known as "The Cadre," and includes Act of Valor actor and U.S. Navy Seals trainer Rorke Denver, Purple Heart recipient Noah Galloway, U.S. Marines sergeant Tawanda "Tee" Hanible and U.S. Army sniper and best-selling author of The Reaper, Nick Irving.
Amy enjoys her life in the big city with her comfortable apartment, wacky friends and driven job as a reporter for a men's magazine. As a young girl, her parents sadly divorced, and her father wasted no time in drumming into her that a lifelong partnership with just one person left much to be desired. So she's certainly taking her father's words literally and seems to enjoy the company of a different man every night (though never the full night); it's a life that she has no plans to change any time soon. However, something shifts in her consciousness when she meets sports doctor Aaron Connors on whom she's been commissioned to write an article. The pair hit it off right away, but after their first night together, Amy's left wondering if ending it there is really the best thing to do. It feels weird to carry on seeing someone after she's slept with them, but at the same time, she can't remember the last time she had so much fun.
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The wrestling network will run 24/7 and will debut on 24 February
The WWE Network will at last become reality at the end of next month, WWE CEO Vince Mcmahon announced this week in Las Vegas. The head and founder of the WWE Corporation was joined on stage by former and current wrestlers John Cena, 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin, Shawn Michaels and Triple H when details regarding the network were announced during CES 2014 on Wednesday, 8 Januar.
Mr McMahon is bringing WWE closer to everyone
WWE will suplex its way into the 21st century with the launch of an online streaming service that will run 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The service will be available through WWE.com and through the WWE App, which is available through most smart devices and games consoles.
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Darren Young came out as gay this week.
The TMZ guy probably couldn't believe his luck. Sent to hassle some minor celebrities at LAX airport, this guy ambled up to WWE superstar Darren Young at the baggage reclaim to ask him about gay wrestlers.
Young was asked whether he thought a gay wrestler could succeed in the WWE, though he could never have imagined the response.
"Absolutely. Look at me. I'm a WWE superstar and to be honest with you, I'll tell you right now, I'm gay. And I'm happy. I'm very happy," laughed Young.
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Not only did Dwayne Johnson lose his WWE title to John Cena, he was left requiring emergency surgery!
Dwayne Johnson aka The Rock was unable to make the Los Angeles premiere of his new movie Pain & Gain on Monday, after receiving an emergency operation for three hernial tears. The actor and wrestler is doing fine now after a successful operation, though it's unlikely he will return to the promotional rounds for Michael Bay's movie, also starring Mark Wahlberg.
"Surgery a success! Dr repaired 3 hernial tears (fun pain). Superman is on the mend.. #WeFallWeRise," Johnso tweeted on Tuesday with a photo of himself in a hospital bed, flexing in a Superman T-shirt. His publicist Alan Nierob told the Associated Press that he is now recovering at home.
The injury occurred when Johnson wrestled John Cena at Wrestlemania 29 on April 7, losing his championship title. "In the middle of last night's Wrestlemania match I tore my abdomen & abductor muscles off the bone. Just part of the job," he wrote April 8, adding, "But as we know... It's all about #JustBringIt. WWE Universe, THANK YOU for all the love & well wishes. Means everything to me. #LeaveItAllInTheRing."
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Mike and Cal are brothers but since the death of their father - almost ten years earlier - they haven't spent much time together. Mike is a lot older than his brother and has been lost touch with his mother. Feeling a need to re-connect with his brother and the want to achieve something, Cal joins the wrestling team dispite his slender frame. The brothers connect over a love of the sport although their mother isn't over enthusiastic about the idea.
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Fred is a 15 year old who lives a happy life in his own little world, outside of that world he is generally seen as an easy target for bullies. Wishing to see the object of his desires, Judy, Fred embarks on a mission to find his love. The only problem is she's moved house and Fred must undertake a huge mission to find her.
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