Now Seth MacFarlane’s A Million Ways to Die in the West hasn’t exactly been a hit, but the actor/writer/director is still moving forward with Ted 2. Now, whilst promoting Transformers: Age of Extinction, Mark Wahlberg has been giving a brief snippet of info on the Ted sequel’s plot.
When asked by IGN as to whether Ted and John Bennett would learn their lessons from the happenings of the first movie, Wahlberg said, “That wouldn’t be any fun. No, no, no, they’re crazier than ever.”
The sequel will actually see Wahlberg’s character of John no longer with Mila Kunis’ Mila and instead with a new love-interest, played by Amanda Seyfried. Wahlberg added that the character of Ted sees this new woman as a “problem” and added that the sequel may see John and Ted taking the story to the road.
Released in 2012, Ted grossed a hugely-impressive $550 million from a $50 million budget, hence the sequel happening. Me, I’m not much of a comedy guy these days (clearly I’m just getting grumpy in my old age), but I massively enjoyed Ted. Here’s hoping the sequel continues the high standard and low-brow humour of the first film… or at least fares better than A Million Ways to Die in the West.