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Seth MacFarlane to Helm, Write and Star in New Western Comedy

December 4, 2012
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Seth MacFarlane's big screen debut with "Ted" was nothing short of a huge success. The comedy proved that MacFarlane could translate his proven TV chops to the silver screen in a relatable, clever and very hilarious fashion. Following that triumph, fans will be pleased to know that his next film is already in the works.

Along with "Ted" co-writers Alex Sulkin and Wellesley Wild, the trio have penned the script for "A Million Ways to Die in the West", a western comedy in which MacFarlane will direct and star in. The script tells the story of how dangerous and agonizing life was in the late 1800's. That theme mixed with MacFarlane's crude and memorable humor and we are definitely in for a wild ride.

We'll keep you posted on further details as the story develops.

Source: DarkHorizons

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