Driven by curiosity, Mark's John raps a lot of female names from the white race in order to guess who the titular doll's new love interest is.
Mark Wahlberg plays a guessing game with a Teddy bear in a new clip for "Ted". After the titular doll tells him that it has met an interesting girl, Mark gets curious and starts rapping as much white race's female name as possible. However, none of the monikers he mentions matches the name of Ted's new love interest.
Mark plays Massachusetts-born John, a grown man who must deal with his Teddy bear which comes to life as a result of a childhood wish. John refuses to leave his childish side ever since. The movie is written and directed by "Family Guy" creator Seth MacFarlane, who also lends his voice to the troublesome doll.
"Ted" will make its way out onto cinemas across the U.S. on June 29. Also rounding up the cast ensemble are Mila Kunis, Giovanni Ribisi, Jessica Stroup and Joel McHale.
On Mark's chemistry with the animated Teddy bear in the R-rated comedy movie, Seth once explained, "One of the great things when we finally got [the effects done], was that Mark was so good and so convincing." He added, "When we finally put the bear in, it felt so organic and so real. It would sink or swim or whether you believe these two guys were together."