A green band trailer for this summer's A Million Ways to Die in the West still shows a bunch of those ways to die on the frontier.
But it does so without digital blood splattering all over the place. And it tones down the innuendo a bit.
The red band trailer for A Million Ways to Die in the West doesn't just offer up the first look at actual footage from Seth MacFarlane's upcoming comedy, it also shows off quite a few of those ways to die on the frontier.
If you like puns, then you're going to love seven out of eight posters for A Million Ways to Die in the West, the new live action comedy from Seth MacFarlane.
The second still from A Million Ways to Die in the West finds Charlize Theron making like she's in a John Woo movie, wielding duel pistols with aplomb.
You don't see many westerns getting made these days, let alone comedy westerns. For his second live-action directorial feature, though, Seth MacFarlane is heading to the wild frontier.
As you can see in the first image from A Million Ways to Die in the West, he's brought some formidable acting company in Charlize Theron, Neil Patrick Harris, and Amanda Seyfried.
Anyone hoping that next year's 86th Academy Awards will open with a reprise of Seth MacFarlane's "We Saw Your Boobs" song is in a for a disappointment.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced today that the one and only Ellen DeGeneres will host the Oscars, airing March 2, 2014, on ABC.
When is a Russian Tampax commercial not a Russian Tampax commercial?
When it is, in fact, a clip from Movie 43, the outrageous and star-studded comedy that's now available to view on Blu-ray, DVD, and via digital download.
The Oscars are here!
That's right Rogues, Oscar fever just got terminal. The 85th Annual Academy Awards ceremony was held tonight at the Dolby Theatre in the Hollywood & Highland Center in Los Angeles, California, with Seth MacFarlane bringing a self-referential sensibility to the hosting duties.
On a night of televised pomp and circumstance, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences – a 5,765 member-strong organization that is 94% white, 77% male, and 54% over 60 years-old – anointed the winners of the 2013 Academy Awards.
With Oscar ballots due Tuesday, and less than a week to go until the awards are handed out on Sunday, February 24th, let's take a look at how things stand in the race for the gold. This is undoubtedly the most unpredictable Oscar race in years, and there has not been this much uncertainty since Crash faced off against Brokeback Mountain back in 2006.
Ladies and gentlemen, girls and boys, Rogues of all stripes, the time is finally here.
The Oscars have arrived.
Actually, not quite. But the 85th Annual Academy Awards are this Sunday, February 24th. The ceremony, held at the Dolby Theatre in the Hollywood & Highland Center in Los Angeles, California, is hosted this year by Seth MacFarlane, who also scored his first nomination on account of the song "Everybody Needs a Buddy" from Ted. The stars are set to turn out for the most ostentatious night in Hollywood, from the "Who are you wearing?" hysteria of the red carpet to the ecstatic acceptance speeches to the inevitable after-parties.
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