SDCC: MacFarlane States He Would Be Up For TED 2

Seth MacFarlane’s recently released Ted has become one of the more successful R-rated comedies in recent memory. And of course that leaves audiences and very probably its studio Universal wondering if we will be seeing more pf the foul-mouthed teddy bear.

And that question was asked of MacFarlane this weekend during an appearance at the San Diego Comic Con. His answer – ““I’d be open to making Ted 2.”

MacFarlane didn’t offer any more information as to whether he had a story already in mind or if star Mark Wahlberg would be willing to return for a second go-round. In fact, it all sounds just purely speculative pipe smoke at this juncture. Besides, Between overseeing his three cartoon shows – Family Guy, American Dad and The Cleveland Show – MacFarlane is also working on developing a new version of the science series Cosmos and had to put a reboot of The Flintstones onto the backburner due to lack of time. I think that the key factor for whether or not we will see a Ted sequel will be MacFarlane’s schedule more than anything else.

Via Deadline.

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