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The 'Family Guy' creator confirms that he will not return to host next year's Oscars, saying, 'Tried to make it work schedule-wise, but I need sleep.'
An academy spokesperson responds to a report of the 'Family Guy' creator returning to host next year's Oscars, saying it is 'way too early' and there is no candidate approached at the moment.
The controversial host of this year's Academy Awards reportedly still considers the offer from producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron to return to next year's prize-giving event.
The comedy series creator calls the edited footage from a March 17 episode, which suggests the show predicted the attack, 'abhorrent.'
The 'Thelma and Louis' actress says that the 2013 Academy Awards' host disgraced women with his routine, especially those who were being honored.
The 'Ted' director admits he feels 'lotta fun to have done it,' but says 'no way' when a fan quizes him whether he would host the Academy Awards again if asked.
The first-time host gets some assist from the petite singer-actress as they sing to the losers on Oscar night.
Oscars telecast producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron hint that there will be a 'can't be miss' moment right after the Best Picture gong is handed out to its winner at the 85th Academy Awards.
Promising to keep his jokes 'family-friendly,' MacFarlane also dishes that he will bring his fish tank and put it 'right in the front row' so that he can see it whenever he gets nervous.
The 'Les Miserables' beauty is in negotiations to join Charlize Theron in MacFarlane's next directorial project 'A Million Ways to Die in the West'.
The host of the 85th Academy Awards pokes fun at the iconic scene where Morpheus offers Neo the red pill and the blue pill to enter the matrix world.
The 2013 Academy Awards host pokes fun at Pierce Brosnan's Bond in an iconic bar scene from 1999's 'The World Is Not Enough'.
As Janet Leigh screams in terror when a murderer breaks into her shower, MacFarlane yells from the other side of the room, 'Keep it down! I have a meeting in four hours.'
In addition to the sitcom 'Dads' from 'Ted' writers, the network picks up three drama and four comedy pilots.