As noted at the time of Liam Neeson's casting, Seth MacFarlane's A Million Ways To Die in the West will be more than just a thoughtful exploration of American frontier mortality. It's also continuing MacFarlane's Oscars thesis on female sexual empowerment, featuring a character described as a "well-worn prostitute." Well, THR reports Sarah Silverman will be that character, a sex worker engaged to Giovanni Ribisi's cobbler but unwilling to sleep with him. Hopefully I don't have to explain the irony of the situation. Mostly because I'd be spoiling what's probably going to be like a five-minute scene explaining that.
Liam Neeson is in talks to join A Million Ways To Die in the West, Seth MacFarlane's Wild West follow-up to Ted, THR reports. Set to be MacFarlane's first starring part--unless you count his lead role in numerous detailed misogyny articles--the film sees him as a cowardly farme... / Continue →
As hinted at by his sudden visibility that includes hosting gigs with SNL and the Academy Awards, Seth MacFarlane is setting himself up to finally step out from behind his Sunday night animation block and grin through those voices in front of the camera. And it turns out he's g... / Continue →
Seth MacFarlane--the Family Guy creator who sure loves eccentric supporting characters who wouldn't normally have the ability to talk--will soon be making his feature-length directorial debut with Ted, the story of "an average Boston guy" who, oddly enough, has a wacky talking ... / Continue →