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Seth MacFarlane

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    "American Dad" Cannot Be Stopped

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    Jolie's 'Maleficent' Leads Box Office Top Ten with Strong Femme Appeal, Diaz's 'Other Woman' at $81 Million

    Angelina Jolie is a huge movie star. Disney knows how to reach a broad family audience led by women. And beloved fairy tales sell. These are some of the lessons learned --yet again--by "Maleficent"'s magnificent $70 million opening, which dwarfed Seth MacFarlane's western spoof "A Million Ways to Di...

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    Box-Office: Angelina Jolie Has The Biggest Opening Weekend Of Her Career With ‘Maleficent’

    Angelina Jolie is one of those curious global superstars. To this day, the highest grossing live-action film she’s ever been in was $186 million for 2005’s “Mr. & Mrs. Smith.” And her top five all-time domestic grosses include three animated movies that she never physically appeared in (two of them ...

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    A Million Ways To Die In The West

    "A Million Ways To Die In The West" may remind MacFarlane’s core audience of what they’re missing by not having Westerns as part of their regular movie menu.

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    Starz Orders Two Seasons of Jonathan Ames' First Show Since 'Bored to Death,' Co-Produced by Seth MacFarlane

    The premium cable network has ordered their first comedy series since "Party Down" went off the air in 2010.

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    SXSW: Why the Seth MacFarlane-Produced 'COSMOS' Revamp for Fox Is Spectacular Enough for the Big Screen

    The name on everyone's tongue at the first screening under SXSW's new Episodic banner may not be who you would expect. It wasn't Neil deGrasse Tyson, who did receive a thunderous ovation from the packed house at Austin's Paramount Theater. It wasn't writer of both the new and old editions of "COSMOS...

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