Seth MacFarlane’s talking teddy bear comedy “Ted” moving into a slot vacated by “G.I. Joe: Retaliation.”
Paramount, the studio behind the action sequel, said earlier that it will push the opening of “G.I. Joe” to March 29, 2013.
It was originally slated to premiere on
Universal, which is releasing “Family Guy” creator MacFarlane’s big-screen directorial debut, has high hopes for the comedy, which stars Mark Wahlberg and Mila Kunis.
It was originally slated to open on July 13 against “Ice Age: Continental Drift,” a film that had about zero crossover audience with the bawdy “Ted,” but moving the release forward will allow the film to steer clear of “The Dark Knight Rises.” The Batman finale debuts on July 20.
Mila covers the newest June issue of Ukrainan edition of
Magazine Scans from 2012 > Marie Claire “Ukraine” (June 2012)
First of all I probably need to apologize for my little mistake. A couple of days ago I uploaded a set of new outtakes and called them new Dior campaign. I’m sorry.
Unfortunately I was wrong and these photos were made for
Photoshoots from 2012 > G. Giaume (Madame Figaro)
Take a look at the set of newly released outtakes of GQ magazine from 2011. Mila looks so ravishing. If you like to donate any photos of Mila like photoshoots, stills, scans, events, candids and others please email us at
Photoshoots from 2011 > T. Richardson (GQ)
Congratulations to Mila Kunis who just
What Maxim says:
Ever since she locked lips with Natalie Portman in Black Swan, our appreciation for this brunette stunner has transformed into a near obsession. Not the kind where we lurk outside her house with binoculars, but the kind where we wake up every morning thrilled that it’s one day closer to the premiere of her new comedy, Ted (it’s almost here!).
Magazine Scans from 2012 > Maxim (2012 Maxim Hot 100)
Robin Williams, Mila Kunis and Peter Dinklage will star in comedy
Landscape Entertainment and Force Majeure are producing the story of a stand-in doctor who mistakenly tells an obnoxious patient he has 90 minutes to live.The medic tries desperately to locate the man after her comments sends him on a contrite tour of the city to right all the wrongs in his life.
Melissa Leo and James Earl Jones will also star and production is set to kick off in September in Brooklyn, New York. WME Global packaged the project and represents US rights.
Phil Alden Robinson, whose credits include Field Of Dreams, Sneakers and The Sum Of All Fears, will direct from a
screenplay by Red Dogwriter Daniel Taplitz.
Landscape’s Bob Cooper and Tyler Mitchell are producing with Daniel J Walker. Jean-Charles Levy serves as executive producer.
“As soon as we read the script we knew we wanted to be involved,” Cargo CEO and managing partner Marina Grasic said. “The hilarious premise and dream team of actors will resonate with audiences worldwide.”
“This comedy has a unique big idea, it is universal [and] the talent of Robin, Mila, Peter, Melissa, James Earl and Phil Alden directing is a great recipe for a very special film,” Cooper said.
“When I read Dan Taplitz’s amazing screenplay I laughed and cried until I realised that I wanted so much to see this film that I was actually eager to spend a few years of my life getting it made,” Robinson said.
“I read the script and said wow!” Williams said. “I love the fact that it’s so fun and honest. The idea of being that nasty and funny is a gift.”