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'Blunt Talk' (2015) - Starring: Patrick Stewart

After seven seasons of playing Captain Jean-Luc Picard on Star Trek: The Next Generation, Patrick Stewart made the leap to movies in the TNG  368 more words


Memory Lane; How Science is Planning to Make a Few More

I love learning about the brain.

I’m continually unearthing new research revealing fresh discoveries that must make the neuroscientists who discovered them leap up and down like seven-year-olds when you tell them you’re taking them to the local ice cream parlor for a double scoop. 858 more words


Watch The Trailer For Seth MacFarlane's 'Blunt Talk,' Starring Patrick Stewart

It’s Friday afternoon. You’ve had a long week. Your wife or husband’s been nagging you. Old Man Johnson has been riding your back about the Thompson Report. 64 more words


Watch: Patrick Stewart Goes Wild in 'Blunt Talk' Teaser

Starz has released a first-look teaser for its upcoming comedy series “Blunt Talk,” starring Patrick Stewart.

The show is exec produced by Seth MacFarlane and the show’s creator-showrunner Jonathan Ames, as well as Tristram Shapeero (“Community”) and Stephanie Davis (“Bored to Death”). 97 more words


'Blunt Talk' Teaser: Patrick Stewart Character's Falklands War Account Questioned By Bill O'Reilly

Seth MacFarlane and Jonathan Ames took a poke at Bill O’Reilly in a newly released teaser for their new Starz comedy series Blunt Talk about a frequently fractured British TV news legend Walter Blunt (Patrick Stewart) now headlining a U.S. 246 more words


Bear None - Copyright Infringement Lawsuit Against Seth MacFarlane Over 'Ted' Character Dropped

A California production is backing away from its copyright infringement claim against Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane and his titular character in the hit comedy film  1,306 more words


Producers Drop Copyright Lawsuit Over Seth MacFarlane's 'Ted'

The producers of a Web series are dropping their lawsuit claiming that the movie “Ted” ripped off their own animated bear.

Bengal Mangle Prods. sued Seth MacFarlane, Universal Pictures and Media Rights Capital last year, contending that “Ted” was an unlawful copy of its own animated bear, Charlie, who starred in Web series “Charlie the Abusive Teddy” and “Acting School Academy.” 108 more words