From the maker of Minions and the director of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, here comes an animated film in which animals of all shapes and sizes compete in a singing competition like American Idol. Ladies and gentleman, here’s a new trailer for Sing.
Yeah. Fox ordered 13 episodes of Seth MacFarlane’s show without even seeing a pilot first. Is MacFarlane also starring in the show? Of course he is.
Neil deGrasse Tyson’s Star Talk returns to the National Geographic Channel next Sunday, October 25. We caught up with Dr. Tyson to discuss the premiere, the scientific ubiquity of Seth MacFarlane and NASA’s plans for Matt Damon.
The first Ted movie, about a teddy bear toy that comes to life for its boy owner, and causes major trouble when that boy becomes a grown-up, was gleefully dirty and intermittently hilarious. Its sequel takes a new direction, swapping raunch for earnestness. It’s problematic, to say the least.
When did this happen? When did every week bring news that another actor was appearing in Ted 2? By the end of the year, dead people are going to announce their cameos. I swear, this'll be the only 2015 release to feature Marlon Brando, the original Lassie, and the ruby slippers from The Wizard of Oz.
The sequel to Seth MacFarlane's big comedy hit Ted (centered around a kids' Teddy Bear that comes to life, grows up, and becomes a problematic adult Teddy Bear with a heart of gold) is currently under production. And main character Mark Wahlberg has released a slightly spoilery set photo that promises the return of…
William Shatner invaded Seth MacFarlane's opening Oscars sketch to add a science fiction plot line to the Academy Awards. Captain James T. Kirk (suspiciously wearing his admiral's uniform and sounding less like Shatner doing Kirk than Shatner doing grumpy Shatner) traveled back in time to prevent MacFarlane from…
Anyone who's seen an episode of modern Family Guy — discount the halcyon seasons of 1999-2002, when nobody watched it — is immediately familiar with the cartoon's formula. That is, nostalgia-fueled pop culture gags paired with smash cuts plus a sincere yearning for Golden Age of American animation coupled with a few…
We're hesitant about Seth MacFarlane and Mark Wahlberg's strange comedy Ted, mostly because the bear (voiced by MacFarlane) is basically his Family Guy character Peter Griffin with fur. Then again, some of the jokes are pretty funny. Watch these four clips, and let us know what you think: adorable magical story…
Looks as though the magically animated teddy bear gets his party on, big time, in Seth MacFarlane's Ted, judging from a dozen high-res photos that just came out. There is something about the sight of a teddy bear in a suit, or a teddy bear on a couch with four hot babes, that leaves you thinking this could have some…
In Fall 2013, Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane will team up with Neil deGrasse Tyson in a bid to bring back COSMOS, the iconic television series written by Carl Sagan, his wife Ann Druyan, and astrophysicist Steven Soter. Druyan and Soter will co-produce with MacFarlane, and Tyson will be filling the shoes of…
The first trailer for director Seth MacFarlane's live-action film debut has hit the web. In this ribald buddy comedy, Mark Wahlberg wishes his favorite childhood toy (voiced by MacFarlane) to life, and they proceed to swear a lot in Boston accents. Ted hits theaters July 13. Hat tip to Ash (Not From Pallet Town)!
Would you watch a Seth MacFarlane Star Trek series? Depends his latest Star Trek Family Guy specials have been both funny and horribly insulting. But MacFarlane wants to make it happen, and he just might make it work.
We've got an exclusive clip from the new Family Guy: It's A Trap! Star Wars special, in which Vader Stewie reveals the new Death Star's going to have free wi-fi! Watch over 9 minutes before it's out on DVD.
This Sunday Robot Chicken will air their third Star Wars special. You can see the first little sketch here, starring Seth MacFarlane as Emperor Palpatine. Could anything be funnier than Bob Goldstein, Jedi Injury Lawyer? You be the judge.
Seth Green and Matthew Senreich are hard at work on the third Robot Chicken Star Wars special, plus a whole new Star Wars series! They told us what to expect, including a joke that overlaps with Family Guy's third special.
Family Guy gets away with murder weekly, but that's especially true when it comes to episodes (or entire movies for that matter) that satirize the highly litigious house of Star Wars. Want to know why?
We've got the first exclusive clip from Seth MacFarlane's second Family Guy Star Wars spoof. Since Empire Strikes Back is the best of the bunch, MacFarlane is really going to have to bring it... and so far, so good.