When I was a little kid I prayed to any deity that would listen to grant my dog the power of speech. I was pretty sure my dog would be chock full of witticisms and would be a nice additional voice in family affairs.
The dream never came true, but the character of Brian on all 652 seasons of 'Family Guy' have made for a nice substitute. And I'm fairly certain that some dorm room kids crunked on the chronic (or whatever the younger generation calls it these days) have sat glassy-eyed in front of their TVs, watched Brian the dog and wondered what it would be like to actually see an anthropomorphized character like, you know, for real man.
Seth MacFarlane's very entertaining 'Ted' is the closest we'll get to that in a long time.
After a hot bidding war, Universal has acquired ''The Disciple Program' for Mark Wahlberg to produce and star in. Morten Tyldum, the director of the Swedish film 'Headhunters,' has been tapped to helm the project.
Forget all about the Upfronts and the new shows of the season, this is the project we want to see! It seems our favorite duo from 'The Other Guys' are reuniting along with comedian Rob Riggle to develop a new period comedy for HBO. But our question is, will Ferrell (get it? Will Ferrell) and Mark Wahlberg actually star, or leave all the funny duties to Riggle himself?
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After making 'The Happening,' it seems that Mark Wahlberg has been interested in making intentional comedies. Though he's been funny in the films of David O. Russell, he's been branching out - working with Adam McKay in 'The Other Guys' and Seth McFarlane in 'Ted.' Now he's up for a film called 'Avon Men.'
Though they didn't have the natural comic rhythms of Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly, Mark Wahlberg and Ferrell made for a potent combination in 'The Other Guys.' So it's no surprise the two will team up again for '3 Mississippi,' which just landed Sean Anders and John Morris as the writers on the film, with Anders set to direct.
It's been years - nearly a decade - since someone turned a John Grisham novel into a movie, and the last one was 2004's 'Christmas with the Kranks.' But for a while there - with novels like 'The Firm' and 'A Time to Kill' - Grisham was the hot airplane read. And now Mark Wahlberg is in talks to star and produce a version of the John Grisham novel 'The Partner.'
Two days ago the red band trailer for the brand new comedy 'Ted' went online. The upcoming Mark Wahlberg comedy is the first full-length feature film from 'Family Guy' creator Seth MacFarlane, and now the official green band trailer for the movie has now been released.
Whether you care for his humor or not, there's no denying the fact that Seth MacFarlane pretty much owns television at this point. The man behind 'Family Guy,' 'American Dad' and 'The Cleveland Show' has built a comedy empire on the small screen, but there remain other worlds to conquer. Will, 'Ted,' his live action directorial debut about a man and his raunchy teddy bear, be the weapon he needs to strike forth into a new realm? You can answer that yourself by watching the very NSFW red band trailer below.
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