Mark Wahlberg shows off his huge muscles in a white tank top on the set of “Ted 2″ on September 9, 2014 in Boston, Massachusetts. Mark sat atop an Indian Motorcycle, adorned with a big yellow ribbon and the word Flash, a nod to his character’s favorite TV show, “Flash Gordon.” The motorcycle looked like it could be a wedding gift in the scene. Kinda makes you wonder what gift Mark got for his brother Donnie, considering he didn’t attend the wedding a couple weeks ago! Though he did post a video to Facebook explaining why and congratulating the newlyweds. “Congratulations, guys! Congratulations from all of us. Wish we could be there- it’s Ella’s birthday today. I love you, Donnie. Very happy for you. Sorry we can’t be there. We’ll see you soon.”
Chloe Grace Moretz stars in a hilarious fake trailer for funny or die called snackpocalypse a spoof of the shailene woodley-starring divergent, moretz plays a teen who is different because she eats healthily in a society where everyone else is hooked on candy, pizza, and more junk food. Michelle obama, who has made healthy eating among kids part of her platform as first lady, makes a funny cameo at the end
Video: In a world where junk food is king, one girl dared to eat an apple a day. Starring Chloe Grace Moretz, Tyler Posey, and First Lady Michelle Obama.
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Apple has introduced a new Apple Watch just after introducing the new iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus.
Apple CEO Tim Cook teased the highly-anticipated watch with founder Steve Jobs’ signature “one more thing” introduction, to a standing ovation.
Cook explained that the watch is a customizable timepiece.
“Because you wear it, we invented new intimate ways to connect and communicate directly from your wrist and it works seamless with iPhone,” Cook said. “And it’s also a comprehensive health and fitness device.”
Cook explained that the device’s extra functionality can be controlled with the digital crown, explaining that the “pinch to zoom” gesture covers the content and obstructs your view.
“It just doesn’t work,” Cook added.
The watches, which come in three collections and a range of faces, can differentiate between a touch and a press, explained Apple senior vice president of design Jony Ive in a pre-recorded video.
“Creating beautiful objects that are as simple and pure as they are functional, well, that’s always been our goal at Apple. We designed Apple Watch as a whole range of products enabling millions of unique designs,” Ive said. “I think we are now at a compelling beginning actually designing technology to be worn, to be truly personal.”
The “heart” of the watch is a custom-designed chip that is “essentially miniaturizing an entire computer system on a single chip,” Ive said.
How is it powered? The back crystal has a “unique charging solution,” Ive said, that’s completely sealed, and requires no alignment or exposed contact.
“We know that wearing something all day every day becomes as much a part of personal expression as functionality,” Ive said in the video.
Users can choose watch faces that include minute and second hands, digital time and more options for personalization. For people who don’t to wear a large device, Apple developed a smaller watch with matching smaller straps.
Watch users can choose from six different straps with varying mechanisms to choose from, including a sport band in “bold colors” with sweat and chemical-resistant material, Ive said.
“The leather loop comes in a soft quilted leather that conceals magnets for fastening and adjustment,” Ive said.
As part of the three “distinct” collections, the Apple Watch features a polished case and a custom alloy of stainless steel.
The Sport collection has an anodized aluminum case that’s 60 percent stronger than standard alloy, Ive said. There is also an 18-karat gold “Apple Edition” watch that metallurgists developed to be twice as hard as standard gold, Ive said.
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There was speculation and some reports that Apple would launch a mobile payment system today during their event. Now, Tim Cook has started his schpeel on the future of your wallet.
The new process is being called “Apple Pay” per Cook’s description, “Apple is about to enter an entirely new category of service.” Our second demo is of Apple Pay, and its simply a beep on a purchase terminal. It is a clean, one step process. It is going to be built into every iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.
Apple is, of course, concerned with security on this new system. Instead of storing your card, there will be a one time payment with a dynamic security code. You can add in the card by taking an image of it. Touch ID will be used to confirm transactions (added security, though we know Touch ID is hackable.)
Apple Pay will start in the US for Visa, American Express and Mastercard. As with any e-wallet, the key is getting companies to adopt it. Apple has six banks on board and thus far, they have Bloomingdales, Subway, Disney, McDonald’s, Whole Foods, Macy’s, and Walgreens.
The Voice coaches race each other on go-kart versions of their red chairs on The Ellen Show. The four coaches – Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Pharrell Williams and Gwen Stefani – were on the season premiere of the show to promote their new season of the singing competition and gamely agreed to race each other around a course trying to grab banners. Levine was the winner – but he was left more excited after the stars were all told they could keep theit go-karting chairs. Earlier in the studio the quartert played a quiz about each other – where the loser had to down a shot of alcohol – with Blake Shelton happily knocking back the drinks while the other coaches egged him on.
Ellen challenged Adam Levine, Pharrell, Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton to a motorized chair go-kart race! Find out who came out on top! Check out the following video that Ellen posted on her youtube.