According to Deadline.com, Seth MacFarlane will be hosting the 85th annual Academy Awards. MacFarlane is the creator of the animated TV sitcoms’ Family Guy, The Cleveland Show, and American Dad!. He recently proved his movie making chops with his blockbuster hit Ted, starring Mark Whalberg, Mila Kunis and MacFarlane voicing Ted, the starring stuffed bear. He was mostly known for his voice acting talents, but MacFarlane revealed he is equally as hilarious in person when he hosted SNL on September 15th. | Full Story
Avengers Assemble star Tom Hiddleston may have recently finished his work on the Shakespearean BBC’s TV series The Hollow Crown, but he has landed another TV role in which his feature will soon hit the small-screen.
The British actor recently mentioned that he has recorded a voice for Family Guy, alongside his fellow British actor Sean Bean.
Not many details of their guest appearances are yet disclosed, but Hiddleston and Bean will reportedly play characters “cut from the same cloth,” according to sources. | Full Story
Sofia Vergara just keep piling on the money as she just booked two more TV roles. The Colombian born actress has landed two guest spots on Family Guy And The Cleveland Show.
According to the press release, Vergara will play Peter Griffin’s “fantasy love interest” and she’ll also play a role as a sales woman selling roses in a restaurant.
On The Cleveland Show, the actress has landed the part as “Tia Sofia,” a character who tries to convince Cleveland to host a quinceañera for his son’s 15th birthday celebration. | Full Story
The Emmy campaign season is coming up and Seth MacFarlane’s Family Guy is up to its’ same old antics. Family Guy, best known for its crude jokes and viciously hilarious humor, continues that theme in their provocative mailers that were sent to TV Academy voters.
On their 2010 Emmy mailer, Peter Griffen was featured on the cover with the caption “Vote For Us, Or You’re Racist.” This year, again, Peter Griffen will serve as the politically incorrect spokesman addressing the TV Academy. | Full Story
Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane debuted his feature film entitled Ted last night. This will mark his first attempt at humor on the big screen.
In Ted, Mark Wahlberg plays an adult man named John, who made a Christmas wish as a little boy for his teddy bear to come to life. After his wish comes true, the two grow an inseparable bond. In the story, once John becomes an adult, he falls in love with the woman of his dreams (Mila Kunis) who wants to take their relationship to the next level, forcing John to choose between keeping his friendship with his foul mouth bear, or his new beautiful girlfriend. | Full Story
At the Vimeo Theater inside the Austin Convention Center on Sunday morning, Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane spoke about his new mission – the classic cartoon The Flintstones.
” Flintstones is happening and it will be fun to ressurect Fred and Wilma”, MacFarlane said.
He went on: “It’s still in the early stages — I’m finishing a rewrite on the pilot. We’re trying to, essentially, stay true to what that show is. | Full Story