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Charlize Theron is a two-gun woman

23 January 2014  |  Written by James White  |  Source: Universal (Via Comingsoon)

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Seth MacFarlane's next film, comedy Western A Million Ways To Die In The West, is out later this year and Universal has just released a new still, which arrives via the team at Coming Soon. Can a trailer be far behind? Check out the latest image above, and look lower down the page for the previous pic, loitering in a gallery with a bigger version of this new one.

As with Ted, MacFarlane co-writes, directs and stars - but as a human instead of a talking teddy this time. He's cowardly sheep farmer Albert (MacFarlane) who backs out of a gunfight because he’s somewhat sensibly afraid of dying.

But his girlfriend (Amanda Seyfried), thinks he’s a weak fool and ditches him. Desperate to get back into her affections, Albert seeks help from a mysterious newcomer (Charlize Theron), who teaches him how to shoot and stand up for himself. Slowly but surely, they grow closer, only for her outlaw husband (Liam Neeson) to show up, which forces Albert to put his newfound courage to the test.

Given the man behind this, you can also expect plenty of rude humour, with Sarah Silverman, Giovanni Ribisi and Neil Patrick Harris all showing up to play. A Million Ways To Die In The West is due out on June 6.


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