VIDEO: A Million Ways to Die in the West: new trailer “It was an unbelievably depressing and dangerous time and it was funny to us that while it was so romanticised it was also so treacherous - you literally took your life in your hands when you visited a doctor.
The story took off from there.” Already a fan of western films, Mac Farlane immersed himself in frontier history and as a result of what he learned he made Albert a sheep farmer.
Shortly after the release of , Wentz became the most publicly visible member of the band: He confided to the press about an overdose of sleeping pills that might or might not have been a suicide attempt, and in 2006, nude pictures of a morose-looking Wentz were leaked from his cell-phone and quickly disseminated on the Internet.
In 2007, he began dating pop singer Ashlee Simpson, cementing their status as tabloid-magazine fixtures, and they married in the spring of 2008.
He’d sworn he’d never have kids, because he knew he’d be an unstable wreck half of the time and on tour the other half, but so far, everything had worked out okay, hadn’t been insanely fucked up, and that came as a surprise to all parties involved, except Bronx.
The little devil had complete faith in his fathers; he was sure that Pete and Patrick held all the answers to the universe when really, they just held a phone equipped with the power of Google. Go on, test that theory, your coffins will go next.” It was her new everyday routine, though Patty had never been a makeup person.
This will make so much more sense if you read that first Pete never said he liked the week-on, week-off relationship he had with his son.
His son, even three and a half years later, it still blew his mind that he was a father.
The frontman announced the news during an interview with 102.7 KIIS FM on Wednesday, Sept. PHOTOS: Hollywood's new star dads "I'm about to have a kid or a tattoo.
I'm like the snows of Siberia — just untouched," he said.
There are no macho high noon shootouts or romantic rides into the sunset.
Instead it’s a place where, as Mac Farlane explains it, “There’s nothing to do and everything wants to kill you.” The multi-talented Mac Farlane, who is the creative mind behind the irreverent animated series Family Guy and American Dad, co-wrote, directed, stars in and produced A Million Ways to Die in the West, his directorial follow up to the raunchy comedy Ted.
The tale goes like this: The guys played a show without completely agreeing on a name.