Promotional poster with original release date
|Directed by||Seth MacFarlane|
|Produced by||Seth MacFarlane
|Screenplay by||Seth MacFarlane
|Story by||Seth MacFarlane|
|Narrated by||Patrick Stewart|
|Music by||Walter Murphy|
|Editing by||Jeff Freeman|
|Studio||Media Rights Capital
Fuzzy Door Productions
|Distributed by||Universal Pictures|
|Running time||106 minutes
112 minutes (unrated version)
Ted is a 2012 American comedy film directed, co-produced and co-written by Seth MacFarlane, with MacFarlane, Mark Wahlberg and Mila Kunis in leading roles. The supporting cast includes Joel McHale and Giovanni Ribisi.
The film is MacFarlane's feature-length directorial debut, produced by Media Rights Capital and distributed by Universal Pictures. It was released on June 29, 2012, to critical and commercial success, becoming the 12th highest-grossing film of the year, the highest-grossing R-rated film of the year, and the highest-grossing original R-rated comedy of all time. The film also received an Academy Award nomination for Best Original Song. On Jimmy Kimmel Live!, it was announced that there were plans for a sequel.
In Boston, Massachusetts of 1985, John Bennett is a lonely boy who can't make any friends. One Christmas, he receives a teddy bear from his parents and immediately grows attached to it. John names him Teddy, and wishes one night that Ted could be alive; inexplicably, a shooting star passing overhead causes his wish to come true and Ted is alive the next morning, much to the fear and eventual jubilation of his parents. Due to his sentience, Ted becomes a celebrity for a short period of time.
27 years later in 2012, John works at a car rental place and has continued a strong bond with Ted, which his girlfriend Lori doesn't like as she thinks their friendship, which includes mass consumption of alcohol and drugs, is keeping John mentally a child. On their four year anniversary, John and Lori come home to find Ted with a quintet of hookers; one of them having defecated on the floor during a game of Truth or Dare.
Lori gives John a chance to prove he can live without Ted, and John relents, helping Ted get an apartment and a job at a grocery store which his rather crude and rash behavior is praised and he is quickly promoted after having sex with a new cashier, Tami-Lynn, while on shift. Their daily hangouts become frustrating to Lori as John uses excuses to cut out of his responsibilities and work early, so she gives him a final chance.
During a walk in the park, Ted and John are approached by a man named Donny and his overweight and bratty son Robert with an offer to buy him from John which they refuse. Lori and John attend a party hosted by her boss Rex, whose crush on her is frustrating to both of them. Ted calls and tells John that Sam Jones from Flash Gordon (their favorite childhood movie) is attending a housewarming party at his house, in which he had just moved in. John resists at first not wanting to hurt Lori, but Ted quickly convinces him to come meet their childhood hero. Once there, John and Ted join Sam in several shots of alcohol and drugs, as well as karaoke, but this escalates into a fist fight with Ted's Asian neighbor Ming, who Sam mistakes for his movie's villain Emperor Ming. John soon realizes the time but when he leaves, Lori comes in and tearfully breaks up with him, breaking John's heart. Realizing Ted's influence is to blame, he tells Ted to stay away from him and goes to live at a hotel.
A week later, Rex, still pursuing Lori asks her out on a date and she accepts, hoping to get over John. Ted comes to John and after John provokes Ted into a fight that ends with a lamp and television falling on John, they reconcile, and decide to interrupt the Norah Jones concert that Lori is attending. John tries to sing a special song to her, in which he sings terribly, and he is quickly booed off stage as Lori ends the date with Rex and returns home.
The next day, Ted walks over to Lori at her place and tells her that John is lost without her and offers to leave forever if it would help their happiness. Lori considers this and leaves to meet John, but Ted is shortly thereafter kidnapped by Donny and Robert. Taken to their home, Ted discovers pictures of himself on the wall, and Donny explains that he had seen Ted before (a time when he was on TV during his celebrity) and had questioned his father into getting a sentient bear. After he had refused, Donny reveals that he would never say no to his son. During Robert's play-time, Ted has one of his ears ripped off, due to his foul mouth, but tricks the boy into playing a game of hide and seek, using the distraction to staple his ear back on and call John who had reconciled with Lori, but he is caught by Donny. They go to Donny's house to rescue Ted. Just as they are escaping with Ted Donny and Robert give chase that leads them to Fenway Park. Ted is injured during the chase but manages to outrun Donny as they climb up one of the spotlight towers. Donny grabs Ted by the foot and accidentally tears Ted in half, who falls to the stadium floor. Donny escapes when the police show up as John and Lori frantically try to piece Ted back together. He admits that the two of them need each other more than they need him, and the magic that gave him life leaves him an ordinary teddy bear again.
Lori and John rush home, refusing to accept his death, but they are unable to patch him up and accept that he is gone. That night as John sleeps, Lori sees a shooting star and makes a wish, and the following morning, Ted is revealed to be alive but manages to fool John into thinking he was resurrected mentally retarded. John exclaims that Lori wished for Ted's life back and she corrects him saying that she wished for her life back instead, and John finally proposes to her, Ted becomes the best man at their wedding while the ordained Sam Jones presides over the service and Ted finally realizes their place together.
The narrator (Patrick Stewart) reveals what happens to the characters after John and Lori are married:
- Ted continues dating Tami-Lynn and gets promoted to store manager when his boss catches him eating potato salad off of Tami-Lynn's bare bottom.
- Sam Jones moves back to Hollywood with his goal to restart his film career and shares a studio apartment in Burbank, California with Brandon Routh. The narrator then goes on to complain about Brandon Routh in "that god-awful Superman movie".
- Rex gives up his pursuit of Lori, goes into a deep depression, and finally dies of "Lou Gehrig's disease" (referencing an earlier scene in which John tells Rex that he wishes this would happen).
- Donny gets arrested and sent to jail for kidnapping Ted, but the charges were dropped when everyone realized the ridiculousness of the idea of being arrested for kidnapping a sentient plush toy.
- Robert gets a trainer, loses a lot of weight, and goes on to become Taylor Lautner.
- Mark Wahlberg as John Bennett, the film's main character. He works at a company that rents cars and, in his spare time, does drugs and drinks with Ted. When she threatens to leave him, John tries to prove to his girlfriend Lori that he can live without Ted.
- Colton Shires as teenage John Bennett (opening credits).
- Brett Manley as young John Bennett.
- Mila Kunis as Lori Collins, John's girlfriend. She works as an office worker and is stalked to no end by her boss Rex. She loves John, but feels he is spending more time with Ted than with her.
- Joel McHale as Rex, Lori's boss and stalker. The film's secondary villain.
- Giovanni Ribisi as Donny, the film's primary villain, who is a "fan" of Ted and kidnaps him for his spoiled brat son, Robert.
- Aedin Mincks as Robert, Donny's obese and bratty son, who serves as a third villain, and gets Ted to be his new "playmate".
- Patrick Warburton as Guy, John's second best friend and fellow co-worker.
- Matt Walsh as Thomas, John's boss, who is apparently on the brink of leaving his job, making John his replacement.
- Jessica Barth as Tami-Lynn, Ted's dumb blonde girlfriend and fellow co-worker. At first disliking Lori after mistaking her question as an insult but, at the wedding, becomes friends with her.
- Bill Smitrovich as Franklin "Frank" Stevens, Ted and Tami's middle-aged boss and supermarket manager. In a running gag, he hires and promotes Ted no matter what Ted does.
- Ralph Garman as Steven "Steve" Bennett, John's father.
- Laura Vandervoort as Tanya Terry, one of John's colleagues.
- John Viener as Alix, one of John's co-workers.
- Jessica Stroup as Tracy, one of Lori's colleagues.
- Ginger Gonzaga as Gina, one of Lori's colleagues.
- Melissa Ordway as Michelle, Lori's co-worker.
- Robert Wu as Mr. Ming, Ted's next door, easily angered, and frustrated Chinese neighbor who confronts John and Sam Jones after his wall got smashed. Apparently, he has a pet duck named "James Franco".
- Sam J. Jones, playing a version of "himself," as Ted and John's TV idol, an apparent ladies man, who seems very strong as he easily punches through Ted's wall.
- Mike Henry as Southern Newscaster who keeps saying, "Look what Jesus did!" after Ted came to life.
- Alex Borstein as Helen Bennett, John's mother.
- Danny Smith as Waiter who serves John and Lori at their dinner date.
- Ryan Reynolds as Jared, Guy's friend and later boyfriend.
- Norah Jones, as a fictionalized version of herself, who appears giving John advice on getting Lori back.
- Tom Skerritt, Thomas' idol. He attends at the wedding, and warns Thomas that his daughter had better not be dead, implying that Thomas kidnapped his daughter so he would be forced to come.
- Curtis Stigers as the piano player who played at the restaurant during John and Lori's anniversary dinner.
- Seth MacFarlane as Ted (Voice and motion capture), The film's titular character. Ted is John's teddy bear and best friend, who speaks with a strong New England accent. He enjoys drinking, taking a mass overdose of drugs and hanging out with John. He can be very sarcastic and foul-mouthed at times, but is good at heart.
- Patrick Stewart as narrator
Seth MacFarlane's directorial debut is a live-action effort, with computer animation handled by visual effects facilities Tippett Studio and Iloura. MacFarlane wrote the screenplay with his Family Guy colleagues Alec Sulkin and Wellesley Wild. MacFarlane announced the film in the February 10, 2011, episode of Conan. Filming began in May 2011 in Boston, Norwood, Swampscott, and Chelsea all in Massachusetts.
The film's North American release was scheduled for July 13, 2012, but it was pushed to June 29, 2012, both to avoid competition with Ice Age: Continental Drift and following the delay of G.I. Joe: Retaliation. The film was released in Australia on July 5, 2012, and on August 1, 2012 in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
In a making of video, it was revealed that MacFarlane originally wanted to make Ted into an animated TV show, much like his previous works Family Guy and American Dad.
|Ted: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack|
|Soundtrack album by Walter Murphy and Various Artists|
|Released||June 26, 2012|
|Genre||Film score, jazz, rock|
The film's soundtrack was released by Universal Republic Records on June 26, 2012. It features the score by Walter Murphy and songs by various artists such as Norah Jones and Queen. Seth MacFarlane co-wrote the opening theme "Everybody Needs a Best Friend" with Murphy. The song was later nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Song at the 85th Academy Awards.
Track listing 
All tracks by Walter Murphy except where indicated.
- "Everybody Needs a Best Friend" by Norah Jones
- "The Power of Wishes"
- "Thunder Buddies for Life"
- "John and Lori at Work" / "A Walk in the Park"
- "Magical Wish"
- "Rex's Party (Everybody Needs a Best Friend)"
- "The Breakup"
- "Never Be Scared of Thunder Again"
- "Ted Is Captured" / "Raiders of the Lost Ark"
- "The Car Chase" / "Fenway Pursuit"
- "Climbing the Tower" / "She's Your Thunder Buddy Now"
- "Saving Ted" / "Lori's Wish"
- "The Proposal" / "The Wedding"
- "End Titles"
- "Flash's Theme" by Queen
- "Sin" by Daphné
- "Only Wanna Be with You" by Hootie & the Blowfish
- "Come Away with Me" by Norah Jones
- "All Time High" by Rita Coolidge
- "I Think We're Alone Now" by Tiffany
- "Thunder Buddies" by Mark Wahlberg
Other songs not included in the soundtrack, but used in the film include select tracks from Queen's Flash Gordon soundtrack: "Football Fight", "Battle Theme" and "The Hero", as well as the "Knight Rider Theme" by Stu Phillips, "Stayin' Alive" by "Bee Gees", "Kiss Kiss" by "Chris Brown" and "The Imperial March" by John Williams. The film trailers used the songs "Best Friend" by Harry Nilsson and "How You Like Me Now?" by The Heavy.
To promote the film, Universal Pictures teamed up with Axe in a marketing campaign that involved the titular character and the brand's hair care product Axe Hair. In one commercial, Ted takes a woman on a date to a fancy restaurant, where he brings her to orgasm under the table before handing another man a box of Axe Hair gel.
Critical reception 
Ted has received positive reviews, with critics praising Seth MacFarlane's comic performance, as well as Mark Wahlberg's portrayal of John Bennett. The film currently has a 69% rating on Rotten Tomatoes based on 194 reviews, with an average score of 6.4/10, and the site's consensus saying: "Ted's 'romance versus bromance' plot is familiar, but the film's held aloft by the high-concept central premise and a very funny (albeit inconsistent) script." At Metacritic, which assigns a weighted mean rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, the film received an average score of 62, based on 37 reviews, which indicates "generally favorable reviews". Roger Ebert gave the film three-and-a-half stars out of four, citing the film as "the best comedy screenplay so far [this year]," also praising the film on the fact that it "doesn't run out of steam."
Nathan Rabin of The A.V. Club gave the film a "B" grade. Brent McNight of Beyond Hollywood commented on the jokes: "Some of these jokes hit, some jokes miss." On the other hand, A. O. Scott of The New York Times called Ted "boring, lazy and wildly unoriginal."
Box office 
Ted earned $549,368,315 of which $218,815,487 came from the United States and Canada and $330,552,828 from foreign territories, making it Universal's highest grossing film in 2012, ahead of Snow White and the Huntsman and Battleship, the only one to pass the $400 million mark, and the 12th highest-grossing film of 2012.
Ted debuted in first place in Taiwan and got the best comedy opening ever there. It also debuted in Hong Kong, with $1.4 million, and grossed $571,000 in its first week in South Korea, eventually grossing $8 million, $3.8 million and $1.8 million in the three countries respectively. It also grossed $2.1 million in both Indonesia and Singapore, and $1.4 million in Thailand.
In January 2013, Ted opened at No. 1 in Japan, its final market, with $4.5 million, the best start ever for an R-rated comedy there. In comparison, it grossed more in its opening weekend than The Hangover Part II made in its entire run. The following weekend, it retained the No. 1 spot for the second consecutive frame, grossing $3.6 million at 137 dates, for a 10-day market cumulative total of $11.2 million. By its third weekend, the film stayed at the No. 1 spot for a third week, with earning down less than 10%, pushing Ted's overseas total past the $300 Million mark, and making it the top grossing R-rated comedy of all time in Japan. It then had its fourth consecutive weekend at No. 1, drawing another $3 million at 354 locations in the country. Its cumulative total stands at $44 million grossed.
Ted debuted with $14.3 million in the United Kingdom, making it the third-best debut ever for a Universal film behind Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason and King Kong, eventually grossing over $48.9 million in the country. Ted was released in cinemas across the UK on August 3 
Ted spent its first four weeks atop the weekend box office in both the Netherlands, and Austria, eventually grossing $8.4 million, and $6.2 million in those countries respectively. The movie also opened at No. 1 in Belgium, with $587,000, eventually grossing $4.4 million.
In Italy, Ted had a second place start, grossing $3.3 million in its opening weekend there, moving up to No. 1 on its second week, with $4.2 million grossed. It has since grossed $14.1 million there.
North America 
Ted earned $2.6 million in midnight showings in the United States and Canada. For its opening day, Ted scored one of the best R-rated comedy debuts ever since The Hangover with an estimated $20.2 million. The film earned a total of $54.4 million in its opening weekend, well over second-place R-rated Magic Mike's $39.2 million. Its overall weekend gross set a record for the highest original R-rated comedy opening in history. It was the first time two R-rated films grossed more than $21 million each during a weekend.
Ted also debuted at #1 in Australia and New Zealand, grossing over $35.5 million and $3.5 million respectively. Its $13.1 million opening in Australia, of which $4.5 million were from previews, was Universal's biggest opening ever in the country. In Australia, Ted was rated MA 15+.
South America 
Home media 
Ted was released on DVD and Blu-ray in the United States on December 11, 2012 by Universal Studios Home Entertainment. Both formats were released in Australia on November 21, 2012, in an "Extended Edition". It was released on Blu-ray and DVD in the UK on November 26, 2012.
|Category||Recipients and nominees||Result||Ref.|
|Teen Choice Awards
|Choice Summer Movie: Comedy or Music||Ted||Nominated|||
|Choice Movie Voice||Seth MacFarlane as Ted||Nominated|
|Choice Movie Chemistry||Seth MacFarlane and Mark Wahlberg||Nominated|
|Best Original Song||"Everybody Needs a Best Friend" - Seth MacFarlane and Walter Murphy||Nominated|||
|People's Choice Awards
|Favorite Comedy Movie||Ted||Won|||
|MTV Movie Awards
|Movie of the Year||Ted||Nominated|||
|Best Female Performance||Mila Kunis||Nominated|
|Best Shirtless Performance||Seth MacFarlane||Nominated|
|Best Kiss||Mila Kunis and Mark Wahlberg||Nominated|
|Best Fight||Seth MacFarlane and Mark Wahlberg||Nominated|
|Best On-Screen Duo||Seth MacFarlane and Mark Wahlberg||Won|
|Best WTF Moment||Seth MacFarlane||Nominated|
|Best Fantasy Film||Ted||Pending|
|Critics' Choice Awards
|Best Actor in a Comedy||Mark Wahlberg||Nominated|
|Best Actress in a Comedy||Mila Kunis||Nominated|
During the 2012 American Dad! Comic-Con panel, Seth MacFarlane stated that he would be open to a sequel to Ted. In September 2012, chief executive Steve Burke said that the studio would be looking to make a sequel to Ted "as soon as possible".
On Jimmy Kimmel Live!, MacFarlane revealed that there were plans for a sequel.
On Anderson Live, Mark Wahlberg confirmed that a sequel was in the works and that it would be the first sequel in his career, while also revealing that he and Ted (as voiced by MacFarlane) would appear at the 85th Academy Awards.
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