Seth MacFarlane‘s comedic western A Million Ways To Die In The West will hit theaters on May 30, 2014. It’s the story of a wimpy farmer who loses his wife, learns courage from a mysterious outsider, and then must defend his honor. It will star MacFarlane in the lead role, along with Charlize Theron, Liam Neeson, Amanda Seyfried, Sarah Silverman, Giovanni Ribisi and Neil Patrick Harris. Read More »
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Posted on Thursday, March 7th, 2013 by Angie Han
Seth MacFarlane‘s first foray into feature filmmaking, Ted, was an unqualified success, grossing over $500 million on a $50 million budget and even picking up some strong reviews along the way. Naturally, then, he’s having no trouble recruiting strong talents for his sophomore effort, A Million Ways to Die in the West. Charlize Theron and Amanda Seyfried are already on board to star, and now they’re being joined by Giovanni Ribisi and Liam Neeson. Hit the jump to read more.
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Once Seth McFarlane is done hosting the Oscars in a couple weeks, he’ll move on to directing the feature follow-up to his 2012 hit Ted. That film will not be Ted 2, however. It will be A Million Ways To Die In The West, a comedy western in the mold of Blazing Saddles. McFarlane will star and it now seems Charlize Theron is nearing a deal to play opposite the Family Guy creator. She’d be playing one of two love interests for McFarlane’s character. There are more plot details below. Read More »
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Ted was a giant hit for Universal and Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane. In addition to writing and directing Ted, MacFarlane voiced the title character, and in doing so crafted a film that audiences loved. And so he wrote his ticket with financier Media Rights Capital.
While MacFarlane has talked about the the possibility of a Ted sequel, and of big-screen version of his signature show Family Guy, but neither one is going to be his next movie. Instead of bringing that show to the movie theater, MacFarlane will do what plenty of people say shouldn’t be done: he’s going to make a comedy western. Read More »