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“Ted,” which comes to Blu-ray and DVD combo pack on Dec. 11, 2012 from Universal Studios Home Entertainment, also stars Mila Kunis, Seth MacFarlane, Patrick Stewart, Joel McHale, Giovanni Ribisi, Patrick Warburton, Matt Walsh, Jessica Barth, Aedin Mincks, Bill Smitrovich, Norah Jones, Sam J. Jones, Tom Skerritt and Bretton Manley from writer and director Seth MacFarlane.
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A foul-mouthed, hard-partying teddy bear and his 35-year-old best friend come together in the #1 comedy of the year, Ted, available on Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD and On Demand on December 11, 2012, from Universal Studios Home Entertainment. Directed by Seth MacFarlane, creator of television's uproarious and irreverent hits Family Guy and American Dad!, Ted stars Mark Wahlberg (Contraband, The Other Guys), Mila Kunis (Friends with Benefits, Black Swan), Joel McHale (Community), Giovanni Ribisi (Contraband, Avatar) and Seth MacFarlane as the voice of Ted.
The film's all-star cast also includes Family Guy favorites Jessica Barth, Alex Borstein, Ralph Garman and Patrick Warburton, as well as Sam J. Jones (Flash Gordon), Multi-Grammy Award-winning recording artist Norah Jones and newcomer Bretton Manley. Both the Blu-ray Combo Pack and DVD feature an unrated extended version of the film - featuring laugh-out-loud footage not shown in theaters - a gag reel, feature commentary with Seth MacFarlane and »
Box Office Ted movie: Directed by Family Guy's Seth MacFarlane and starring Mark Wahlberg (Contraband, Boogie Nights) and a living Teddy bear, Ted had a surprisingly strong opening day at the North American box office and may end up matching or perhaps surpassing its production budget by Sunday evening. Ted also boasted the highest opening-day box-office gross ever for an original R-rated comedy. The film also features Black Swan's Mila Kunis, Joel McHale, Avatar's Giovanni Ribisi, Patrick Warburton, Matt Walsh, Bretton Manley, the voice of Patrick Stewart, and cameos by Norah Jones, Flash Gordon's Sam J. Jones, and Alien's Tom Skerritt. Ted opened only slightly behind PG-13/PG-rated movies such as Kristen Stewart / Rupert Sanders / Sam Claflin / Charlize Theron / Chris Hemsworth's Snow White and the Huntsman, Ridley Scott / Michael Fassbender / Noomi Rapace's Prometheus, and Madagacar 3: Europe's Most Wanted. Ted will easily beat Brave this weekend. »
- Zac Gille
Like many children with active imaginations, young John Bennett (Bretton Manley) wished that his childhood toy, a teddy bear named Ted, would come to life. However, unlike the vast majority of children's wishes that go unanswered, John's wish actually came true and Ted became a walking, talking teddy bear and life-long friend.
If you think it sounds awesome, wait until you see the new preview clips from Ted, the feature-length directorial debut for Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane, who also voices Ted. Rude, foul-mouthed, and with an appetite for alcohol and prostitutes, Ted has become a destructive influence on adult John (Mark Wahlberg), who needs to cut the cord if he is going to mature and pursue a meaningful relationship with his girlfriend, Lori (Mila Kunis).
Next Showing: Ted opens June 29th
Ted - Trailer
TV Spot: Family Guy Promo
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