Amanda Seyfried Joins Cast of 'Ted 2'; Salma Hayek's Brother Injured in Crash
Feb. 26, 2014
Amanda Seyfried's New Co-Star Has a Foul Mouth
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Amanda Seyfried, who has played a sweet but ditzy Karen in "Mean Girls" and a doe-eyed Cosette in "Les Miserables," will next star opposite a foul-mouthed teddy bear in Seth MacFarlane's "Ted 2," according to the Hollywood Reporter.
The film series, which centers around a 30-something man-child played by Mark Wahlberg and his talking teddy bear, is slated for release June 26, 2015.
Salma Hayek's Brother Seriously Injured in Crash
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Sami Hayek, the brother of actress Salma Hayek, was hospitalized with broken ribs after he was involved in a Los Angeles car crash that killed his passenger, according to The Associated Press.
Investigators haven't determined the cause of the crash.
Mein Kampf Copies Signed by Hitler to Be Auctioned
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Two copies of Adolf Hitler's "Mein Kampf," said to be signed by the dictator, are being sold online by Nate D. Sanders Auctions in Los Angeles.
Hitler signed them in 1925 and 1926, expressing best wishes for the Christmas season, the auctioneers said.
The minimum bid is set at $20,000.
Family Sues Petco After Boy Dies From Infected Rat
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The family of a 10-year-old-boy who died after apparently being bitten by an infected rat is suing Petco for the boy's death.
Aiden Pankey died last summer from rat-bite fever, a disease reportedly carried by a rodent purchased from a Petco in San Diego, Calif., according to the San Diego County Medical Examiner's Office.
"We are deeply saddened by the Pankey family's tragic loss," Petco said in a statement to ABC News. "The health and safety of people and pets is always our top priority and we take the family's concerns very seriously. We are investigating the claims and will respond when we have more information."
Major bitcoin exchange website Mt. Gox went offline earlier this week, as trading on the Tokyo-based site came to a screeching halt.
The apparent closure has added to investor scrutiny of the virtual currency, which tumbled below $500 Tuesday after streaking to a high of more than $1,100 in December. The site had disabled withdrawals earlier this month.