Seth MacFarlane was no one’s favorite Oscar host, but it’s telling of the breadth of Harvey Weinstein assault allegations that we’d revisit a joke from 2013. Now, MacFarlane steps up to reveal a troubling personal story behind his barb against Weinstein.
Just as NBC’s Powerless carried on the late Adam West’s inimitable presence, so too will Family Guy keep our beloved Bright Knight alive. Producers confirm West recorded at least five more episodes for the coming season, after which Quahog’s mayor may never be replaced.
Stephen Collins has been fired from director Seth MacFarlane's 'Ted 2' today after a recording of the actor admitting to child molestation made its way online. This horrifying news is compounded by the fact that Collins is best known for playing the loving Rev. Eric Camden on the beloved family drama '7th Heaven' for 11 seasons.
It’s interesting that Universal is promoting ‘A Million Ways to Die in the West,’ a film that is not funny, as a comedy. I suspect it has a lot to do with the human carnage we witness on screen being unbearable to watch, so the only way to desensitize an audience’s eyes to what they're about to witness is to somehow convince the viewer that what their about to see is a comedy – even though there is not one laugh to be had.
While 'The Simpsons' made waves earlier this year in promising to kill off one of its ancillary characters, 'Family Guy' had promised even more this past summer in threatening to kill off one of its leads. The reaper finally came to pass in last night's time-traveling "Life of Brian," but who from the Griffin family ultimately got the axe?
The 2013 Oscars ceremony, hosted by Seth MacFarlane, started off with a bang. We knew there was gonna be at least one or two musical numbers, given the comedian's past musical turns for 'Family Guy,' but were you prepared for Harry Potter and Robin Boy Wonder singing and dancing together? Or, for that matter, Captain Kirk beaming in from the future?
The word is out. Announcements have been made. Swim trunks have been exchanged. It’s too late to turn back now.
Seth MacFarlane, creator of edgy inappropriateness like ‘Family Guy,’ ‘American Dad!’ and ‘The Cleveland Show,’ will be hosting the 85th Academy Awards in February.
Long-running sketch comedy 'Saturday Night Live' kicked off its 38th season over the weekend with some new cast members, and an incredible host, Seth MacFarlane. Known for his cartoon hits 'Family Guy,' 'American Dad,' 'The Cleveland Show,' and his recent movie 'Ted,' Seth started the show with a great monologue featuring many of the voices that made him famous, and a few others.
Thanks to the success of both 'Ted' and 'The Bourne Legacy' this year, Universal is already working on developing more sequels because that's what you guys want, so that's what you guys are going to get. Let the sequel-izing commence!