Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane made his directorial debut with the outrageous comedy Ted, a surprise hit at the box office that has already taken in an impressive $146 million in three weeks. The filmmaker revealed at Comic-Con earlier today that he is open to making a sequel to his comedy starring Mark Wahlberg and Mila Kunis.
"I'd be open to making Ted 2."
Of course, there isn't a screenplay ready yet, and it isn't known if Mark Wahlberg and Mila Kunis will return. Ted shattered The Hangover's record for the highest R-rated comedy opening weekend last month, by taking in a massive $54.1 million. The director also provided the voice of Ted, Mark Wahlberg's childhood teddy bear who springs to life one night after a magical wish comes true.
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