OSCARS: Seth MacFarlane's ABC Promos – Video By The Deadline Team January 10, 2013 10 Email This first wave of promos for the Oscars on February 24 is set to hit ABC’s airwaves today and feature host Seth MacFarlane (“ask your kids”) seeing what sticks. Check them out: Related: Meanest Oscar Noms Announcement Ever? – Video ABC, Oscars, Seth MacFarlane Deadline.com Awards OSCARS: Academy… This just in: ‘Furious 7′ Extended Clip: Who’s Up For A Little Skydriving? ‘Food, Inc’ Helmer’s ‘Merchants Of Doubt’ Leads Specialty Debuts: Preview Parminder Nagra Cast In ABC Pilot ‘The Kingmakers’ MORE This just in: ‘Guardians’, ‘Fault In Our Stars’ Lead MTV Movie Award Noms Daytime Emmy Awards Return To TV With Multi-Year Deal At Pop Oscar’s Halo At The Box Office: ‘Birdman’, ‘Still Alice’ & More Shine You May Also Like: Awards Oscar's Halo At The Box Office: 'Birdman', 'Still Alice' & More Shine Oscar winners Birdman, Whiplash and Theory of Everything are available on… Awards When Oscar Met Tony: Art Versus Commerce Collides At Awards Shows Oh, the rending of garments concerning Birdman's Oscar win over American… Awards News Oscars: The Creative Team Behind Those Stylish Graphics The 87th Oscars had its highlights: the Selma "Glory" moment, Lady Gaga… Flash Mob 2015 Oscar Nominees Pictures: A Timeline Of Academy Awards Momentum 20th Annual Critics’ Choice Movie Awards Golden Globe Awards Red Carpet Photos The People Magazine Awards Party Pics This guy is really annoying… and not funny. wrong. I expect this to be one of the funniest Oscar shows since Carson. from your lips to God’s ears….hope so, too. Huh, I didn’t look at it that way. Once stellapurdy makes a statement, it becomes truth. hilarious! keep knocking them out of the park Manoel!!!! He was very good today with the nominations. Most of this videos aren’t funny but the “ask your kids” one was very amusing. I think he’ll do a good job. Annoying and far too impressed with himself. He will do nothing to bring in a younger demographic to an ossified, uninteresting awards show for a product that most 18-25 year olds care nothing about — Lincoln, Silver Linings Playbook, Les Miserables…? And the old fogies won’t know who he is or care. Dumb choice. Count me out. I really dislike this “generational divide”. It’s age-ist. Plenty of people are funnier than this guy, but nowhere near as inexplicably popular. Billy Crystal’s tired shtick guaranteed a change was coming and this is it. My guess is he’ll have better material and therefore pull this off, but Ricky Gervais was the right man for this job. Kevin Spacey would be a decent host. He can sing, he’s a pretty good impressionist, he’s inside to the degree that Hollywood won’t be turned off by his snark, but also sarcastic enough that he won’t turn into a sycophant. Spacey is also at a point in his career that he isn’t whoring for Oscars anymore. Comments are closed.