Why Seth MacFarlane Felt Like A Pu**y When Making ‘A Million Ways To Die In The West’
When it comes to Seth MacFarlane’s films, we can always expect raunchy, funny and usually, comically offensive.
In his latest film, A Million Ways To Die In the West, a hysterical homage to spaghetti westerns, Seth finds the perfect way to make dying … humorous. But according to the star, filming a western wasn’t exactly the easiest.
“Doing a western looks like it’s going to be a lot of fun on paper and then you get out to those locations and you realize you are a city dweller and you really have no business being out in the middle of a canyon because you’re a big pu**y,” Seth said during the Los Angeles premiere.
While on the red carpet, HipHollywood caught up with the cast to talk about working with the Family Guy creator, who wrote, directed, produced and starred in the film.
“He is not a raunchy guy,” Amanda Seyfried said. “But all of his output, his writing tends to go in that direction and I think people love it.”
Charlize Theron explained that the film is actually more than a raunchy comedy. “I think it’s visually gorgeous. The actors are fantastic. The writing is really funny. It’s not just a very, very funny comedy, it’s really a beautiful film,” Theron shared.
A Million Ways to Die hits theaters May 30.
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