In filming one of those classroom segments for mtvU, Seth MacFarlane let slip some information on the inevitable Family Guy movie that will certainly have fans wanting more information immediately. He says that a story is already in the bag which basically serves as our first bit of confirmation that the film project will indeed be happening which is cause enough to get excited. As evidenced by the statements from the super producer, it is now a matter of when as opposed to whether or not it will ultimately occur.
The Simpsons movie managed $527 million worldwide just five years ago which places that film as the bar in MacFarlane’s mind, but do not worry about starting up the comparison because the director’s already making it for us. He reminds us that The Simpsons was pretty funny, but also tells us it was flawed in that the plotline could have been an episode. This is something a bunch of fans are certain to be baffled by because the ‘dome over Springfield’ was a pretty big concept, but maybe scope is not all that matters in the category. Continue Reading
Seth MacFarlane is out promoting the return of his many animated projects, so the super producer took to The Tonight Show last night where he addressed his Emmy snafu. Of course, that was not the takeaway here as it probably was the fact that actor Adrien Brody got upset with a Family Guy sketch and Forest Witaker (someone who voiced a part before on American Dad) did not back up Seth.
Another topic of conversation was his shot hosting Saturday Night Live and more specifically his Ryan Lochte impersonation. Jay then made MacFarlane dish on how 20th Century Fox passed on Ted (one of the biggest films of the summer) for Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. For those of you keeping track at home, Ted made $420 million worldwide on a budget of $50 million while the $69-million Vampire Hunter only posted $100 million. Continue Reading
Animation Domination is going to have quite the guest talent to play with this upcoming season as Fox just revealed a flood of talent coming to Sunday’s this fall. Among those announced for The Simpsons are Patton Oswalt, Steve Carell, and Zooey Deschanel while Family Guy gets to play with Jon Hamm, Ryan Reynolds, and J.J. Abrams. Also in today’s press statement, the broadcaster revealed talent for Bob’s Burgers, American Dad, and The Cleveland Show. Hit the jump for the details including who they all play. Continue Reading
Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane has caused quite the stir with his recent Emmy mailer. Continue Reading
Seth MacFarlane was on Conan last night to promote his Grammy-nominated album and slew of cartoon comedies. Here is the interview in which he talks about Justin Bieber’s Stewie bling, ending Family Guy, and more. Continue Reading
It is being reported that FOX has decided to pull new episodes of Family Guy, The Cleveland Show, and American Dad from this Sunday’s schedule due to one completely bad timed crossover. Continue Reading