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A Million Ways to Die in the West TV Spot Reveals Hilarious Cameo Appearance By ’80s Icon

CB: With just a week to go before it’s released theatrically and both Disney’s Maleficent and the second week of X-Men: Days of Future Past to compete with, Set MacFarlane’s A Million Ways to Die in the West have revealed a hilarious cameo appearance in a new TV spot for the film that has ratcheted up excitement for many fans.
Following the release of the trailer (seen below), MacFarlane took to Twitter to share a sepia-tone photograph that reinforces that, yep, that’s what you thought you saw.

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hazelamy1183d ago

you really should change that thumbnail pic, people might want a choice about whether to see spoilers like this.

Ripco_Keller1183d ago

They ought to keep this sort of thing out of trailers to begin with. Save something for the movie you fools!

salazarnaruto521183d ago

That's exactly what I thought

Soldierone1182d ago

I have a feeling the movie itself will be "slower" than what is advertised. They are showing all the punchlines in the trailers, which in return will make them less funny when you see the film. On top of that when they do show full scenes its a whole bunch of build up with a quick punchline, like the whole fart scene. When I saw that entire scene, it was nowhere near as funny as him simply going "farts can kill them" and then he shows it.

SilentNegotiator1182d ago (Edited 1182d ago )

It's MacFarlane...of course it's going to be "slow". It has to be or else the burnouts that populate his fanbase won't get any of it.

It'll be a couple of good jokes, written by Alec Sulkin and Wellesley Wild, and a bunch of fart jokes, celebrity jokes, and antisemitism from Seth.

Soldierone1182d ago

This is why I will probably wait for DVD.

I just don't think I will be laughing the entire movie and will just get tired of it at one point.