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Submitted by alycakes 1104d ago | news

Charlize Theron Nearing Deal to Star in Seth MacFarlane's 'Million Ways to Die'

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Charlize Theron is in final negotiations to star opposite Seth MacFarlane in A Million Ways to Die in the West, the filmmaker's follow-up feature to his hit Ted.

MRC is behind the movie and Scott Stuber is producing with MacFarlane.

A Million Ways, which MacFarlane is starring in, directing and co-writing, is a Blazing Saddles-style comedy that follows a sheepish farmer who chickens out of a gunfight and sees his girlfriend leave him. (A Million Ways To Die In The West, Charlize Theron, Cinema, Scott Stuber, Seth MacFarlane)

alycakes  +   1104d ago
That sounds good so I'll be watching out for this.
Soldierone  +   1103d ago
I guess Seth can no longer be the guy thats "famous, but no one knows what he looks like" lol

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