Seth MacFarlane's Ted gets a rude new poster

Double your entendre with this one-sheet



Ted, the live-action film debut from Family Guy/American Dad man Seth MacFarlane, has been gifted with a new poster, and it's unsurprisingly crude.
It's a simple enough image - teddy bear Ted's browsing an iMac-alike computer - but it's the innuendo-laden tagline that sells this as a MacFarlane product. Yup, 'Ted is coming.'
Filthy as it is, it could be a stroke of genius. Any kids or sensitive souls who see it in the foyer will interpret it, as 'Oh good, that cute bear is making his way to the cinema'.
Fans of MacFarlane's oeuvre, however, will read something entirely different into it. Just be thankful we can't see what's on his monitor.
Check out the Ted poster in full below:

And is it just us, or could the poster be taking a sly stab at this monstrosity from a couple of year's back...

Ted opens on 1 August 2012.

Fan of the crude pun, or do you find it all a bit tasteless? Let us know, with a comment...


    • shyshai

      May 26th 2012, 18:29

      The Yogi Bear poster almost gave me a heart attack (not exaggerating) ... creepiest thing ever!!

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    • FBSHarrigan

      May 26th 2012, 18:40

      The Ted poster is a bit creepy, but nothing compared to Yogi Bear. That just gives me another reason not to ever watch that movie. The other being Justin Timberlake as BooBoo. Hopefully Seth McFarlane can be funny again without throwing random junk at the screen. At the very least I hope Adam Corolla is in it; the dude is hilarious as Death no matter what.

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    • Ali1748

      May 26th 2012, 19:55


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    • Hadouken76

      May 27th 2012, 9:19

      Will Mcfarlane play Mcfarlane in this one or Peter Griffith? Oh the possibilites are

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    • bencobra

      May 27th 2012, 10:00

      This looks like it could be quite good. This year has been fairly poor for comedies so far though.

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    • thedanieljson

      May 27th 2012, 23:31

      I loved the concept when I first heard it.. Thought it would be an intelligent film about ageing and childhood, etc etc. Just looks like a dumb comedy. Then again, that's what the film company would market it as, so I'll reserve judgement as Seth MacFarlane is an intelligent guy, who I believe MUST be capable of creating a quality film. Kinda weird/wrong that the bear sounds identical to Peter Griffin though.

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