The red band trailer for the forthcoming Seth MacFarlane movie Ted has been released and it certainly seems set to be another funny hit from the Family Guy creator. It is the first attempt at a feature film from Seth but if it is a successful as they are expecting, then it will surely not be his last.
Ted stars Mark Wahlberg and Mila Kunis, who does the voice of Meg in Family Guy, as young couple who meet in a club before moving in together. However, Mark Wahlberg’s character has a talking teddy, named Ted, that Mila’s character wants to move out.
Not only does Seth MacFarlane direct the movie but he also voices the character Ted. The trailer below shows your typical foul mouthed abusiveness, which we have come to expect from MacFarlane, so if you are a fan of his previous work, you are bound to love this.
A word of warning before you check out the Ted trailer. There is a large amount of swearing in the trailer and plenty of rudeness. Viewer discretion is advised. Anyway, here it is, the trailer for Ted. Enjoy!
Black Swan actress Mila Kunis has revealed to Harpers Bazaar how her body has changed so much from before she starred in the movie Black Swan. Mila had to lose 9kg for her role in the movie, bringing her weight down to 95 pounds.
Kunis explained, “My shape is different. When I got down to 95 pounds, I was muscles, like a little brick house, but skin and bones. When I gained it back, it went to completely different areas. I’d be happy if my ass got bigger. All the weight that left my chest went to my side hip, my stomach.”
Mila then discussed whether or not she would take on a role in the future which required her to change her body in such a dramatic way. She added, “I’m not going to say I’d look forward to it, but if an offer came along, I’d do it.”
Mila Kunis recently revealed that, while she is comfortable with the way she looks, she could never rule out having a little help to keep her looking young. Mila Kunis can next be seen on the big screen, starring alongside Seth MacFarlane, Mark Wahlberg and Laura Vandervoort, it the movie Ted, which is released in the US on July 13 and in the UK on August 3.
Would you ever consider having any help to prevent the aging process?
Friends with Benefits actress Mila Kunis has revealed that, while she is currently against getting anything done to herself to maintain her youthfulness, she would not be adverse to getting something done in the future. Mila also discussed the fact that people always expect her to be stupid just because she is pretty.
Kunis explained, “I will not put a needle in my body unless I have a medical reason. but ask me in 10 years. Right now, I’m like, ‘I’m going to embrace aging,’ but I’m probably going to want to have something done. I have no doubt.” She added, “People have interpretations of what you’re supposed to be like. If you’re unattractive and overweight, you must have a great personality. If you’re attractive, then you must not be the nicest person.”
Mila concluded, “People are always taken aback that I’m easygoing but not necessarily stupid.” Mila Kunis is set to star alongside Mark Wahlberg, Laura Vandervoort and the voice of Seth MacFarlane in the movie Ted, which is set to be released in the US on July 13 before being released in the UK on August 3.
Friends With Benefits actress, Mila Kunis has slammed the movie making industry for its negative towards people based on their looks. Mila claims that many people are rejected for movie roles because they are classed as ugly or fat and that Hollywood is wrong for doing so and needs to sort itself out.
Kunis explained, “If you’re an attractive female in this industry, people just take you as that: attractive. People aren’t getting the opportunity to move beyond being attractive. It’s not only with comedy. It could be with drama or action or whatever. People are distracted by looks. It happens. I’m not saying it happened to me, but it happens.”
She added, “I’m in an industry based on rejection, on negativity and let-downs. People are rejected every single day purely based on opinion, about who’s a good actress, who’s a bad actress, who’s pretty, who’s ugly, who’s fat, who’s skinny. So why go there? You have to have a positive outlook. Otherwise you’re in a very dark place.”
Mila continued, “When people say, ‘I can’t lose weight’, no, you can. Your body can do everything and anything. You just have to want to do it. I don’t think I ever fully realized what a human body is capable of doing.” You can next see Mila Kunis on the big screen in the Seth MacFarlane movie Ted, which is released on July 13, 2012.
Smallville actress Laura Vandervoort has revealed how she was in awe to be working with Mark Wahlberg on the movie Ted and surprised that she managed to get her words out while around him. Laura also admits that she feels privileged to be one of the only girls in the movie along with Mila Kunis.
Vandervoort explained, “Ted was a lot of fun for me. We just wrapped that in Boston about a month ago. It has Mark Wahlberg and Mila Kunis as the two leads, and I played Tanya. I work at the car rental shop that Mark Wahlberg works at. I call it a guys movie. Seth MacFarlane directed it and it’s his kind of humor, that Family Guy type of humor. I was honored to do most of my scenes with Mark and Patrick Warburton, whose another great comedic actor.”
She then added, “This is kind of my first chance to improvise and be goofy and be silly. My characters are usually sci-fi, which is very strict and stick to the dialogue. Seth gave us the freedom to do what we wanted. My character Tanya, other than Mila, is one of the only girl characters. Her role is she’s the heart of the car rental place. All the guys are silly and goofy and Mark needs some advice on his relationship with Mila.”
Laura then concluded, “Well, Ted is in some of the scenes that I’m in. Whenever Ted has dialogue, Seth, from behind the monitor, would do the dialogue for us. It’s going to be really, really great. The script is amazing and he’s so funny, and I was in awe working with Mark, but I managed to somehow still get my dialogue out” Ted is set to hit the big screen in the US on July 13, 2012 and the UK on August 3, 2012.