Family Guy Movie Update

Family Guy Movie Happening 'Soon,' Teases Creator Seth MacFarlane

Have you ever watched Family Guy and thought, “I like this, but I want it to be four times as long — and I want to pay for it”? If so, I’ve got some freakin’ sweet news for you.

Well, “news” might not be the correct journalistic term, but a tweet from series creator Seth MacFarlane on Wednesday offered a glimmer of hope for fans awaiting Family Guy‘s inevitable move to the big screen:

That’s right, folks, you can go ahead and circle “Soon” on your calendars . (I can’t seem to find that date on mine, so maybe it’s just on the Mayan version.)

And although this would mark Family Guy‘s big-screen debut, it wouldn’t technically be the Fox comedy’s first movie. That honor went to 2007’s Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story, a straight-to-DVD production that was eventually shown on TV as three separate episodes.

But regardless of the when, let’s focus on the what: Would you drop coin on a Family Guy movie? Let us know in a comment below.

Comments are monitored, so don’t go off topic, don’t frakkin’ curse and don’t bore us with how much your coworker’s sister-in-law makes per hour. Talk smart about TV!

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  1. Kalee says:

    Conseula: “No. No…”

  2. Elf says:

    I’ll be there. And let’s hope that Rupert will be played by a live-action bear.

  3. 2009 says:

    I’m So Excited!!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. meatwad says:

    i’m still a fan although it can’t compete now with its glory days. At best i’d catch it at Redbox.

  5. rcb918 says:

    Maybe, a giant dome can get dropped on their town and they have stop it. Oh wait…

  6. That show is still on the air? It became lame about 6 years ago, right around the “Bird’s the Word” episode. Now “American Dad!”, that’s still a good program.

  7. Gromitfan says:

    Forget the “Family Guy” movie.

    I want another “Simpsons” movie.

  8. Jim J. says:

    I’d rather see Seth’s sister Rachael do some on-camera/live-action acting work. She has only done voice-only work so far, and I think she’d be a good on-camera actress.

  9. xyz says:

    I would prefer an American Dad movie.

  10. Charles Hopkins says:

    I would go to see a family guy movie the first day it comes out

  11. energy awesomeness says:

    I hope it the Family Guy Movie Break the comedy as they do sometimes in SNL. I look Forward to they do something unimaginable in the Comedy never spotted before.

  12. Scott says:

    Yes I would! but my GF wouldn’t!
    She loved TED, tho!
    I think it would be freakin’ sweet!
    American Dad could also be a great movie! Better get to drawing, Seth! 😎🖊🖊

  13. Matthew Helm says:

    I would if it would be better than the pile of crap the show has become.

  14. Scott Spencer says:

    Hell yeah I would I’ve been saying that for years now!

  15. patzivota says:

    That’s awesome. And don’t put too much story and love BS in it please. We love FG for the jokes man. That’s what f’d up Ted 2 for me: that love story got too thick and it killed it.

  16. sean says:

    hell yes Family Guy’s the freaking best show on the freaking planet

  17. Doug Duvall says:

    I’d definitely watch and own my own copy once it cam out on DVDs I love the show I literally watch it all day some days on Netflix and let it play nonstop never gets old Seth & his crew are very talented in many ways but to answer the question definitely yes no matter what LOL

  18. James says:

    I would most definitely pay to see a family guy movie but I better be pissing myself by the end of it. I don’t wanna pay for a disappointment because I really like family guy.