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For the past 20 years, TED has been devoted to spreading ideas with powerful talks – and now you can watch them live on the big screen.

What does the future hold for you? That's what TED wants to explore this year. 

"In 2017, TED will balance a hard look at the seismic shifts that are altering the way the world works with insights into how we can foster personal learning, growth and empowerment," reads the TED2017 website.

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Three of these talks are being broadcast live in various Omniplex cinemas in Ireland, with the aim for us to come out inspired about a host of topics from science to business and everything in between.

The first event which is being streamed live in Omniplex cinemas is the TED2017 Opening Event. This will give you an opportunity to experience the opening night of TED and the revelatory talks that come from it.

The flagship event, TED2017: The Future You, is also being streamed live, which will explore the support a global community needs to make their voices heard.

For the first time, cinema audiences can become part of this community, watching this year’s TED prize winner receive a $1m (€930,000) award towards a creative, bold wish to spark global change.

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The final in the TED series at Omniplex is the TED2017 Highlights Exclusive. This event will give cinema goers a first of its kind look at the TED 2017 conference experience, showcasing the best of the week, where curiosity was sparked, minds were opened and worlds were shifted. 

All three TED Events take place at Omniplex Mahon Point Cork, Omniplex Rathmines, Dublin, Omniplex Dundalk, Omniplex Limerick and Omniplex Sligo. 

  • TED2017 Opening Event takes place at 6.30pm on Tuesday, April 25, 2017. 
  • TED2017: The Future You Prize Event takes place at 6.30pm on Thursday, April 27, 2017. 
  • TED2017 Highlights Exclusive takes place on Sunday, April 30, 2017 at 4.00pm. 

if you don't want to miss out, advance booking on www.omniplex.ie is recommended.



The premiere of Ted 2 took place in Dublin's Savoy cinema last night ahead of the film's Irish release on Friday, and one cast member took the opportunity to see some of Dublin's best sights after the film ended. 

Well, kind of.

While Mark Wahlberg was nowhere to be seen, Ted himself headed straight to Coppers to make the most of his Monday evening:

We had to laugh when we saw this picture, posted on the official Ted Facebook page with the caption, "Whoa! Long day. Time to take it easy. I’ll have a quick bong before heading inside to look under a few nurses skirts. ‪#‎TedOnTourIRL‬"

Classy as ever, Ted. Earlier in the day the foul-mouthed bear checked out another Dublin landmark – the busty Molly Malone. "I like Molly. She’s got a crackin’ set… of eh…personalities," he concluded after getting acquainted with the famous statue.

Wonder if he used a few of his "signature moves" on poor Molly?


SHEmazing! TV is here to deliver your round-up of all the Showbiz News.

Today’s highlights include:

  • Lily Allen bans something most of us could not live without!
  • Katie Price to take cheating husbands name
  • Is this the coolest hollywood couple ever?
  • Family Guy creator is in BIG trouble
  • Actress is so happy she doesn’t cut it for a ‘hot list’

Niamh Geaney reports.



Seth Macfarlane is being sued by Bengal Mangle Productions who claim that his hit film Ted was just a rip off of their online series Acting School Academy, which featured Charlie, a booze loving teddy bear.

Apparently Acting School Academy was very successful on YouTube, FunnyorDie and other video sites, so it seems unlikely that Seth would have missed.

The lawsuit lists some of the similarities between the two films: both teddies spend a lot of time on the couch, both drink beer and smoke, both have washed up child stars as friends, and both are active on social media.

It also says that Seth even copied some of the tweets sent out by Charlie:

July, 2009, Charlie:  I don’t like cocaine.  I just like the smell of it

June, 2012, Ted:  Just acid, and coke, and ex and DMT.  That’s where I draw the lines

March, 2009, Charlie:  I’m a bear and my nose is at crotch level.  What do women expect?

April, 2012, Ted:  I don’t mind giving the ladies oral pleasure.  I just Febreeze the s**t out of my snout after.

Sounds a bit suspicious alright!

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Many fans were left upset with how How I Met Your Mother creators chose to end the hit series.

So one fan decided to create an alternative ending which has seemed to gone down a lot better with viewers than the original.

We recommend not watching the fan-made ending if you’ve yet to see the last ever episode, as its still full of spoilers

Ricardo J Dylan who created the fan-made ending said he felt it was more fitting: “I believe that this is more like the ending that we deserve and that through all this years have been waiting for, in my mind this is how I will personally remember the end of my favourite show.”

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