A California production company is claiming that Seth MacFarlane stole the idea of a foul-mouthed Teddy bear for his movie Ted.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Bengal Mangle Productions filed a lawsuit Tuesday stating that its 2008 screenplay Acting School Academy featured a raunchy teddy named Charlie.
The Reading Rainbow Kickstarter just got a little bit brighter, thanks to Seth MacFarlane.
Maleficent triumphed at the box office this weekend. Disney's retelling of Sleeping Beautydebuted at No. 1 with $70 million — which is the highest opening ever for star Angelina Jolie, Box Office Mojo reports.
Charlize Theron returned to Saturday Night Live for the first time since hosting in 2000, and it was ... unremarkable.
The episode didn't get off to a great start as the actress, who stars in Seth MacFarlane's upcoming film A Million Ways to Die in the West, delivered a rather mediocre opening monologue. But the episode wasn't all bad, and wrapped up with a very funny pre-recorded sketch about the typical tourists found in New York.
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Fred Flinstone, the Blue Ranger
Film studios were feeling very nostalgic Wednesday with the announcement of not one, but two big-screen reboots of beloved TV shows.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Will Ferrell and...
Freshman comedies Dads, Enlisted and Surviving Jack will not be returning for another tour of duty. Fox has canceled the three series, TVGuide.com has confirmed. Additionally, first-year legal drama Rake has been canceled, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Dads, from executive producer Seth MacFarlane, was maligned by critics and...
Starz has given a two-season order to Blunt Talk, a half-hour comedy from Seth MacFarlane starring Patrick Stewart, the network announced Tuesday.
The X-Men and Star Trek vet will produce and star as...
Norman Reedus and Emily Kinney
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Question: I am so disappointed in The Walking Dead. I cannot believe that they have indicated that there is an interest on the part of Daryl towards Beth. That is just ick. She is 17 and while I don't know what his age is supposed to be, I've always assumed his character is at least mid 30s. Let me repeat, ick! And it's not as if she is a mature 17-year-old, her character comes across as a complete child to me with just as much growing needed as Carl. In fact, Carl seems more mature to me at times. Why would the writers go there? All I can think is how perverted it is for Daryl to express an interest in a 17-year-old girl, and a character that I once loved is now bordering along the lines of a pedophile. My sister is so upset she thinks she might fast-forward over any story lines that involve Daryl. I know this is a TV show, but all I could think of was people's horrified reaction when Miley Cyrus twerked on Robin Thicke. Where is that horror now? On the upside, I've been reading your column for years and have always greatly enjoyed your thoughts and opinions even when they have differed from my own. Thanks for allowing me to vent. — KC
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President Barack Obama will introduce the much-hyped premiere of Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey, Fox announced Saturday.
In the video message, Obama will invite a new generation of viewers to embrace the spirit of discovery and encourage them to explore new frontiers and imagine limitless possibilities for the future.
Just try telling Carrie Watts that you can't go home again. This elderly Texan, determined to make her way back to a town that time and everyone but she has forgot, bristles with restless gumption, fueled by an indomitable spirit that erupts in hymns she can't stop humming — or singing, as in a memorable scene set in a deserted bus station after midnight.
On Broadway, where Cicely Tyson won a Tony Award last year for her luminous performance as Carrie in a revival of The Trip to Bountiful, audiences often joined in as she sang "Blessed Assurance" in the play's rapturous high point. And for a moment, in Lifetime's languid movie adaptation (Saturday, 8/7c), you might find your own living room transformed into a choir loft.