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Director Seth MacFarlane said Neeson was present at the movie's set on Tuesday, September 23 for a cameo.
The trash-talking teddy bear in Universal's 2012 movie allegedly is too similar to Charlie the teddy bear in 'Charlie the Abusive Teddy' and 'Acting School Academy'.
The 'Family Guy' creator promises to match every pledge up to $1 million donated to LeVar Burton's 'Reading Rainbow' Kickstarter campaign in the remaining five days.
Theron, who stops by 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' with MacFarlane, also says that her son Jackson recognizes her in movie posters.
Jones will appear in a duet called 'Little Jack Frost Get Lost' in the holiday-themed album, while Bareilles is featured in 'Baby It's Cold Outside'.
The picture shows Charlize Theron, Amanda Seyfried and Neil Patrick Harris in characters along with the 'Ted' director.
'Bordertown', which hails from the 'Family Guy' creator, is expected to debut in 2014 as 'American Dad!' moves to TBS next season.
The voice of the swearing teddy bear says that the sequel is 'aiming for a 2015 Passover release date.'
The 'Family Guy' creator has found a new love after breaking up with Emilia Clarke, and the 'Arrested Development' actor has moved on from Amy Poehler divorce.
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.'
The episode titled 'Ceuf', which was originally scheduled to air next week, has been shelved over concerns about a violent storyline.
'Marathon bombing, he is 19-year-old Zooey Deschanel,' so reads the caption which the 'New Girl' actress calls 'Epic closed captioning FAIL!'
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.'