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Eddie Adams a.k.a. Dirk DigglerPlayed by: Mark WahlbergProfession: Porn movie superstar with the biggest piece of equipment around and an insatiable appetite for the latest in fashion trends.Type of Cult: A self-help movement dedicated to finding and cultivating the special something that exists inside of every individual. Believers follow a rigorous course of kung-fu training and songwriting to locate their inner specialness. Absolutely no drugs allowed, apart from the narcotic known as youthful idealism.Guiding Philosophy: “I am a star. I’m a star, I’m a star, I’m a star. I’m a big bright shining star.”
Read more: Happy Anniversary: The Cult of Boogie Nights

Eddie Adams a.k.a. Dirk Diggler
Played by: Mark Wahlberg
Profession: Porn movie superstar with the biggest piece of equipment around and an insatiable appetite for the latest in fashion trends.
Type of Cult: A self-help movement dedicated to finding and cultivating the special something that exists inside of every individual. Believers follow a rigorous course of kung-fu training and songwriting to locate their inner specialness. Absolutely no drugs allowed, apart from the narcotic known as youthful idealism.
Guiding Philosophy: “I am a star. I’m a star, I’m a star, I’m a star. I’m a big bright shining star.”

Read more: Happy Anniversary: The Cult of Boogie Nights

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Ted (July 13)Starring: Mark Wahlberg, Mila Kunis and Seth MacFarlaneDirected by: Seth MacFarlane What’s the Joke? A boy’s (Wahlberg) teddy bear (MacFarlane) comes to life, and now they’re both all grown up.Get It? Much as we love to hate MacFarlane, the trailer is actually pretty funny. And hey, we used to like Unhappily Ever After back in the day.Watch the trailer here.
Read more: Summer Movie Preview 2012: Comedies

Ted (July 13)
Starring: Mark Wahlberg, Mila Kunis and Seth MacFarlane
Directed by: Seth MacFarlane
What’s the Joke? A boy’s (Wahlberg) teddy bear (MacFarlane) comes to life, and now they’re both all grown up.
Get It? Much as we love to hate MacFarlane, the trailer is actually pretty funny. And hey, we used to like Unhappily Ever After back in the day.
Watch the trailer here.

Read more: Summer Movie Preview 2012: Comedies