Ted 2 Trailer

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Entertainment

When we first saw the previews for the original Ted movie, we thought WTF is going on, is this serious? But fast forward a few years, and fans are begging for a sequel. The first one was quite entertaining, and today we get our first look at the Ted 2 trailer.

Seth MacFarlene (Family Guy) is once again directing the human-like teddy bear movie, which also stars Mark Wahlberg. Although it does look like Mila Kunis has dumped him for the sequel. Fellow Ted writers Alec Sulkin and Wellesley Wild have also returned, and Amanda Seyfried brings a fresh face to the mix. It looks like more of the same adult-oriented shenanigans (see: butt-crack jokes and dozens of sperm-filled cups falling on Mark Wahlberg’s character) that earned the first film an impressive $594.4 million worldwide. Ted 2 will hit the big screen on June 26th.

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