No word yet whether or not the creators of Greg the Bunny will turn this into a threeway sue-off.
You’re not equipped to deal with them, so just walk away.
The winners of something or other are here!
He’s making the leap to live-action with ‘A Million Ways To Die In The West’.
Not THAT Masturbating Bear.
The writers of ‘Ted’ are also involved, so no need to introduce everyone to each other.
I don’t say “for realz” often, so you know this is legit.
You’ll never guess who she’s been cast to play.
Seth MacFarlane is making a movie about a teddy bear who’s best friends with a dude. Now, who will play those less-important women characters…
A sexually-confused Patrick Warburton is one of my favorite types of Patrick Warburton.
Seth MacFarlane’s upcoming comedy Ted appears to be adding ringers to its cast by the day.
Giovanni Ribisi is “obsessed with Ted.”
Seth MacFarlane is keeping it in the animated family. He’s signed “Family Guy” daughter Mila Kunis to join Max Payne co-star Mark Wahlberg in Ted. Additionally, “Party Down” star and super-shopper Adam Scott is in talks to join the raunchy comedy.
Sweet ink, boys.
Mark Wahlberg is in talks to star alongside a life-sized teddy bear in Seth MacFarlane's directorial debut, Ted. The R-rated comedy, also written by MacFarlane and "Family Guy" buds Alec Sulkin and Wellesley Wild, follows a normal Boston grown up guy who's still best friends with his childhood teddy bear that he wished would come to life, and it did. The bear however is a big slacker pain in the ass now and keeps Wahlberg's character from committing to adulthood.
MacFarlane will provide the voice of the bear, which will be created through the magic of computers. I'm sure Dan Aykroyd would be more than happy to offer advice on voicing a CG bear. He's got that skill down pat. I also can't end this post without acknowledging that Ted has the exact same premise as Drop Dead Fred. If you've never seen that movie, do yourself a favor and go out and SMASH A COPY. (Deadline)
Seth MacFarlane has augmented his sure-fire formula for TV success in order to apply it to the big screen. But only slightly. MacFarlane is working out a deal to direct Ted, an R-rated comedy about a man who must choose between his girlfriend and his best friend — a talking teddy bear. "Family Guy" co-star Mila Kunis is being considered for the role of the girlfriend.MacFarlane will also loan his satin-y smooth voice to the CG-animated bear. I'm thinking it's somewhere along the lines of Snuggle, if Snuggle cursed and humped legs. Somewhere in Hollywood, Verne Troyer is cursing the advent of computer animation. (Deadline)