Trailer: Seth MacFarlane’s ‘A Million Ways To Die In The West’

A Million Ways To Die In The West

Oh gawd, full disclosure: I really, REALLY liked Ted. Yes, the bear has been co-opted by frat boy douchebags the world over, but COME ON. That movie was just way too funny. Anyway, here's Seth MacFarlane's follow-up movie, the western comedy A Million Ways To Die In The West (due out on May 30th), in which he presumably outguns Liam Neeson and bangs Charlize Theron. He's living the dream I guess is what I'm saying. MORE

Oh yeah, they brought back Brian on ‘Family Guy’

Family Guy

Remember when they killed off Brian Griffin on Family Guy a couple weeks back? Well surprise! They brought him back. Via Us Weekly ... Brian the dog was resurrected from the dead! Or rather, the pup's impending death was prevented via a time machine, traveled by Stewie after the sadistic baby was granted his Christmas wish by a mall Santa during Sunday night's episode. "I mean, you didn't really think we'd kill off Brian, did you?" MacFarlane MORE

‘Family Guy’ fans petition to bring back Brian

Family Guy Brian

As much as I tend to criticize Family Guy, there's always been one aspect of the show that brings me back: Brian Griffin. Essentially serving as Seth MacFarlane's voice among the cast, a lot of the show's best storylines and episodes tend to revolve around Brian (and usually Stewie) because of just how layered they are as characters. Family Guy has never had what I would call the greatest level of respect and care for their characters, but Brian MORE

Crossover: The Simpsons + Family Guy

The Simpsons + Family Guy

Apparently, the feud between Family Guy and The Simpsons is good and buried, because according to Entertainment Weekly, Fox is working on a crossover special between the two shows. Man, this is even weirder than the time Fran Drescher did something something joke completely unrelated to everything I just wrote because apparently that's how comedy works now. Simpsons castmembers Dan Castellaneta, Julie Kavner, Nancy Cartwright, Yeardley Smith MORE

Seth MacFarlane to voice Fry’s dog Seymour on ‘Futurama’

Seymour / Futurama

Bad news, everyone: Comedy Central has cancelled Futurama (AGAIN) despite some pretty great critical acclaim and a devoted viewership. Just yesterday, they kicked off the season with a pair of incredibly strong episodes, and by the looks of things, they're carrying that momentum through to the end. Case in point, this season will feature a trip through Fry's dreams that will include Fry's dog, Seymour, as voiced by Seth MacFarlane. Now that you MORE

Seth MacFarlane won’t be hosting the Oscars again!

Seth MacFarlane

I think we can mostly agree that the 2013 Oscars weren't exactly the best they've ever been. They were a decent try and there were some good bits, but it just never came together. Well, for those of you hoping the rumors that Seth MacFarlane would come back to host again in next year were true, turns out that's not going to happen MORE

‘The Cleveland Show’ might be canceled

The Cleveland Show

Yeah, this is not a good week to be Seth MacFarlane. First there was the trouble with that intentionally altered Family Guy clip, and now the long suffering The Cleveland Show might be getting the axe, according to Entertainment Weekly ... FOX issued a few talking points about The Cleveland Show reports that pretty much reiterate what’s already been out there, though the network put stronger emphasis on the point that no decision has been MORE

Family Guy’s Boston Marathon episode was pulled

Family Guy

A couple months back, Family Guy ran an episode where Peter wins the Boston Marathon by driving his car through it, then bombs the Quahog bridge in two completely different scenes that have nothing to do with each other. Unfortunately, someone saw those, said "HERP DERP CONSPIRACY!" and tried to frame it as Seth MacFarlane either predicting the bombings or somehow acting as the government's puppet or ... something. Honestly, the whole falls apart MORE

There could be a ‘Family Guy’ movie someday!

Family Guy

Oh come on, you knew this was going to happen eventually, right? Family Guy is one of the most popular entertainment phenomena since HBO realized you can show nipples late at night. The show's been cancelled twice, and was the first show to ever be brought back based on DVD sales. So of course, Seth MacFarlane is talking about bringing it to the big screen. Via HuffPo: The 39-year-old entertainer urged the aspiring filmmakers and MORE

Seth MacFarlane is going to host the Oscars!

Seth MacFarlane

Since the last two telecasts of the Oscars essentially boiled down to "toked-up hipster douche stands around doing nothing while Anne Hathaway tries to salvage a sinking ship" and "Billy Crystal did blackface," this story about Seth MacFarlane hosting the Oscars is ... surprisingly a step in the right direction. From Deadline ... “We are thrilled to have Seth MacFarlane host the Oscars. His performing skills blend perfectly with our ideas MORE

Seth MacFarlane / Frank Ocean will kick off SNL!

Seth MacFarlane and Frank Ocean

Since Seth MacFarlane's directorial debut Ted somehow managed to turn a movie about a foul-mouthed teddy bear into one of the biggest hits of the summer, while Frank Ocean released Channel Orange one of the most critically acclaimed R&B albums of all-time, it would only make sense that Saturday Night Live would recruit them to kick off the brand new season. And what do you know, that's exactly what happened, weird how that works! Via HuffPo MORE

‘Ted’ is a sex symbol for Plushies!

Ted

This past Friday was the theatrical release of Seth MacFarlane's first film Ted, which follows the traditional route of schlubby slacker (for some reason played with the impeccably cut Mark Wahlberg) with the understanding but way-too-good-for-him girlfriend (Mila Kunis, who's perfect for this kind of part) and the wise-cracking best friend who shouldn't talk but does, which is wacky and zany and wackedy-shmakedy-doo! This time, Seth made the MORE

‘Family Guy’ maybe screwed itself out of an Emmy

Family Guy

I'll admit it, but despite what some of its detractors say, Family Guy is still what I would call a "decent show". It's fairly hit-or-miss now, but when the show focuses on one specific plot like (see: any episode focusing on Brian and Stewie) or plays to a specific genre (the fantastically underrated "And Then There Were Fewer") it becomes an absolutely solid show. Unfortunately, it mostly eschews these in favor of shock horror without emotional MORE