Like the endless cycle of a "12 Sexy Stars and the Dolls That They Look Like" slideshow, Amanda Seyfried is replacing Mila Kunis on the screen for Ted 2. According to Deadline, Kunis "will only appear in a tiny role, if at all, in the sequel," this due to "a creative decision that MacFarlane decided to take with the plotting." Seyfried will reportedly take over as the new only female character with substantial dialogue, though her exact role isn't yet described. For those worried that this switch could potentially dilute if not contradict the emotional impact and ending of the original Ted, bear in mind that this film comes from a guy who dramatically killed a dog just to casually bring it back within a month.
With the 2003 film Something's Gotta Give providing some assurance Diane Keaton totally goes for aging actors that were once icons of a generation but are now usually just the cranky old recognizable guy in broad comedies, Robert De Niro at last has the confidence to attempt a ... / Continue →
As Baz Luhrmann begins work on making yet another The Great Gatsby adaptation--this one with Leonardo DiCaprio and Tobey Maguire as Gatsby and Nick Carraway, respectively--he's apparently using Marc Webb's method of finding a female lead: meeting with as many attractive young l... / Continue →
Christ, the dogs are going to talk, too?
To date, only Judy Greer had been mentioned to play Debbie Winslow in the movie, while Lee Pace from "Pushing Daisies" is playing Phil Winslow, but a small throwaway piece in Variety about Anjelah Johnson joining the cast, mentioned som... / Continue →