[video] Family Guy presents “Something Something Something Darkside” (Full Trailer)

via HuffPost

Fox is releasing the next installment of the Family Guy Star Wars saga just in time for Christmas. In “Something, Something, Something Darkside” young Luke Skywalker (Chris Griffin) has a vision of his dead mentor Obi-Wan Kenobi (Herbert) who tells him to go to Dagobah and learn the Force from Yoda.

Meanwhile, the evil Lord Vader (Baby Stewie) intensifies his dastardly plans to control the universe and Princess Leia (Lois Griffin) falls for inappropriate-joke-maker Han Solo (Peter Griffin).

Breaking News : WTF? Stewie from Family Guy is Gay

We have reached a point where cartoon’s are outing themselves ? SMH.

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Seth MacFarlane is finally spilling the secrets of “Family Guy” — including the fact that, yes, baby Stewie is gay.

“We had an episode that went all the way to the script phase in which Stewie does come out,” MacFarlane, the show’s creator, says in the September issue of Playboy magazine. “It had to do with the harassment he took from other kids at school. He ends up going back in time to prevent a passage in Leviticus from being written: ‘Thou shalt not lie with mankind as with womankind. It is an abomination.’


Fox will debut three new 60 second X-Men Origins: Wolverine spots during Family Guy, House, and American Idol

*fanboy anticipation builds*


Gambit from X-Men Origins: Wolverine

via Latino Review


Beginning Sunday, viewers across the nation can witness the origins of one of the year’s most anticipated movies, when Twentieth Century Fox debuts an exclusive, three-part reveal of X-MEN ORIGINS: WOLVERINE on FOX.

For this unprecedented promotional event – which is too big for one night – the studio has created three special 60-second spots, one leading into the next, and which together form a narrative. The first spot airs this Sunday (February 15) on “Family Guy,” the second on Monday (Feb. 16) on “House,” and the third on Tuesday (Feb. 17) on “American Idol.”

Following Tuesday’s broadcast of the final spot, all three reveals will be released on Yahoo!

Seth MacFarlane’s ‘Cavalcade’ Amassing Heavy Viewership Online

via Media Week

Seth MacFarlane’s experiment in original content for the Internet is off to a roaring start.

The first six of a planned 50 animated shorts to be produced by the Family Guy creator— dubbed Seth MacFarlane’s Cavalcade of Cartoon Comedy—have generated 14 million total views since their Sept. 9 debut across various syndication partners, according to distributor Media Rights Capital. One short, Super Mario Rescues The Princess, has amassed over 6 million views on YouTube alone.

Last month MacFarlane and MRC launched Cavalcade in a unique partnership with Google, which besides launching a branded channel on YouTube (which to date boasts of 100,00 subscribers), is distributing these shorts across the Google Content Network–often in the form of ad placements. Thus far however, it appears that YouTube is responsible for the lion’s share of traffic; the Cavalcade channel was YouTube’s most popular during the week ending Sept. 12, generating millions of views in less than 48 hours. Among the other popular YouTube clips is A Dog on the $25,000 Pyramid, which has been viewed over 1.5 million times on the site to date.
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