Seth MacFarlane’s hit flick ‘Ted’ coming to Blu-ray and DVD on Dec. 11 (Video)

Due to its $218 million North American box office business and its current position as the third highest grossing R-rated comedy of all time (including the highest debut for an R-rated comedy), a sequel to Seth MacFarlane’s live-action comedy Ted is already in the works. Until that time, fans of the flick can revel in the uncut version, available Dec. 11 on DVD and Blu-ray. While each will contain the

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Seth MacFarlane reveals rejected movie ideas before ‘Ted’ became a reality (Video)

In this College Humor Original, Seth MacFarlane walks us through some bizarre “rejected pitches” on what his movie, Ted, could have been if he subbed Mark Wahlberg for any given actor/musician/writer and replaced a stuffed teddy bear with any inanimate object. It’s a very simple equation. And a three minute long video accompanied by graphic renderings of these pitches. In the spirit of the video, they could have replaced Seth

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Laughspin’s summer comedy movie preview: 11 flicks you should check out

With the passing of Memorial Day on Monday, the unofficial start of Summer is upon us. And we all know, Summer is the biggest season for movies. So, how do you decide which ones you’re going to see? Hey, we know! We made a list. Here’s 10 comedies coming out this summer that we’re most looking forward to. Trailers included. Enjoy! June 1 High School No summer is complete without

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Watch the red band trailer for ‘Ted,’ Seth MacFarlane’s live action comedy flick

If we told you there was a movie coming out, wherein a talking stuffed bear named Ted plays Mark Wahlberg’s best friend, you’d probably develop a headache from rolling your eyes too hard. But what if we told you that Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane was behind what, on paper, sounds like the worst fucking idea in the world? Your tune might change a little, right? Well, ours did, after

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GQ names Kristen Wiig ‘bro’ of the year, posts half naked photo (to show her like a bro)

It seems every now and again, GQ tries to act like they give a shit about comedy. In July, a half-naked Mila Kunis adorned the cover of their fourth annual comedy issue. It was a progressive step, I guess, because men usually end up on the comedy issue’s cover (think Zach Galifianakis, Seth Rogen, Tracy Morgan and Paul Rudd). And although Kunis has some quality comedy bona fides through her

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Fox News makes dumb points about female comedians; we respond

With the nature of beauty being so subjective, it’s not surprising to a see a story like this from a news network that approaches nothing objectively. On Oct.12, FoxNews.com published an article that laid claim to an increase in “sexiness” among the newest crop of female comedians. Singled out for focus were Olivia Munn, Carrie Keagan, Anna Faris, and Mila Kunis, whose sexy presence graced the cover of GQ back

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Guest essay: The Mila Kunis Experience, by Theo Von

Yesterday I saw Mila Kunis. Yes that MILA KUNIS. The hot one. The funny one. The small, bigger-than-life one. I saw her in the flesh. At Starbucks. Cuz you know, Mila and I go to the same Starbucks. I looked up from writing a script/facebooking/waiting-for-my-big-break, to see this petite, semi-Middle Eastern, maybe-Latin, quasi-Hawaiian, possibly-Russian Hebrew girl, standing around with an even-smaller-than-her adult gentleman. I didn’t think anything of it, because

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GQ lists the most stylish comedians of all time; and Greg Proops is not on the list

Today, GQ released yet-another comedy-related feature online. I say “another” because you can see their official Comedy Issue on stands now; the cover subject is none other than a half naked Mila Kunis, Makes sense, right? Eh. You can read more of my thoughts on that here. Today, the respected fashion mag released the list of the most stylish comedians of all time. You can scroll through it if you’d

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Mila Kunis on the cover of GQ’s Comedy Issue: a step forward or back for women in comedy?

For their fourth annual Comedy Issue, mens’s interest mag GQ has chosen actress Mila Kunis as their cover woman. It’s newsworthy, I suppose, since she’s not a dude; the likes of Zach Galifianakis, Seth Rogen, Tracy Morgan and Paul Rudd have graced the comedy-themed issue in years past. And this move will no doubt re-ignite the never-ending debate about women’s role in comedy. Kunis, in my humble opinion is well

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