Did you know that the bird is the word?
From Shailene Woodley and Angelina Jolie to Seth MacFarlane and Veronica Mars, here are the actors, filmmakers, and studios with reason to celebrate for the first half of the year — and others who may wish it was over already.
Just remember, life is not a race. It only feels that way.
Jolie is a box office queen with Maleficent, but Seth MacFarlane is shooting blanks in his big-screen debut, A Million Ways to Die in the West.
The Family Guy creator steps into his first starring role in his new comedy A Million Ways to Die in the West, but it doesn’t make a great case for taking the spotlight.
It’s a Christmas miracle.
The actor/writer/comedian says her HBO show Getting On is “what I’ve always wanted.”
Here’s a relic from the astrophysicist’s childhood.
The reason? FOX “did its research,” many say, after news that Lalo Alcaraz, a well-respected Mexican-American cartoonist and satirist was added as a writer bringing the total to four Latino writers.
It’s a racist, sexist, unfunny disgrace.
Let’s face it: We’re the worst.
An amazingly inept non-joke parody of the infamous Girls “pearl necklace” scene.
A fake clip claiming to foreshadow the Boston Marathon bombing keeps popping up online. “They know fully well they put things in intentionally,” says a YouTube user who posted the clip.
Oscar night is a celebration of Hollywood. That includes the sexism.
Hint: It doesn’t hurt to have movies people actually like.
Seth MacFarlane hosts a night that is half frat boy, half Broadway.
Women dominate fashion conversation at this nonsense, but the Oscars are really a time for equal opportunity judging.
Tommy Lee Jones smiled, Charlize Theron and Channing Tatum danced with each other, and Seth sang a song about Hollywood nudity called “We Saw Your Boobs.” Watch what you missed here!
It’s not the Golden Globes, but just because the attendees won’t be drinking doesn’t mean you can’t.
From Bond to Britney Spears, a year of triumph for the counted out and the overlooked.
I guess that’s what happens when you miss rehearsal!
With your host, Seth MacFarlane. The show returns this Saturday with musical guest Frank Ocean!
Starring his horndog teddy bear “ted.” Put your headphones on.
GEE, I wonder why no publications would run it?
The “Family Guy” creator wrote and directed this upcoming film starring himself, Mark Wahlberg, and Mila Kunis. Joel McHale and Patrick Warburton also make appearances.
Props to Piers Morgan for dredging up the unknown beef between Seth MacFarlane and Jon Stewart over the 2008 writers strike. (via gotchamediablog.com)
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The original “pilot” clip of what was then called The Flagstones is kind of wonderful. It distills everything we came to love about that modern stone age family to a minute and a half. Here’s hoping the Seth MacFarlane reboot is half as good.
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Seth MacFarlane attempts to answer the age old question during Comic-Con’s Family Guy panel. (via Gotcha Media)
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