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movies Mark Wahlberg: 'Seth MacFarlane's Ted 2 will be sick'

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Mark Wahlberg has revealed that Seth MacFarlane is working on a sequel to Ted.

A sequel to the R-rated comedy has been rumoured since its worldwide success earlier this year, but has yet to be officially confirmed by MacFarlane or Universal Pictures.

Wahlberg - who played John Bennett in the first film - has stated that the follow-up will be "sick".

"They are working on it now," he told Collider.

"The great thing about it is Seth's ideas for the second one are sick.

"He comes from a world of television so he knows how to tell stories, the way that most people don't. He's a different kind of guy."

Wahlberg added that he will most likely start filming Ted 2 once Transformers 4 is complete.

http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/movies/news/a446369/mark-wahlberg-seth-macfarlanes-ted-2-will-be-sick.html

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good idea, hopefully this is not another sequel flop

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It really doesn't need a sequel.

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I was pleasantly surprised by Ted. I wouldn't be adverse to a second film. (Y)

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Transformers 4, Ted 2, wow Wahlberg just can't say no.

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Ted was a pretty decent film, nothing special. I've nothing against a sequel but I can't say I'm particularly clamouring for one.

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Ted was fun until you got used to that furball. took like 10min...

at least she was hot

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Thought it was funny but didn't expect a sequel, especially after the ending "lived happily ever after bla bla" sounded like the end of the story to me

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