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Seth MacFarlane Reveals Christopher Lloyd Cameo in 'MILLION WAYS TO DIE' Comedy

May 23
10:25 2014

Seth MacFarlane Reveals Christopher Lloyd Cameo in 'MILLION WAYS TO DIE' Comedy

Seth MacFarlane, director of the upcoming comedy 'A Million Ways to Die in the West', recently confirmed Christopher Lloyd's rumored cameo in the film by posting a picture of both himself and Llyod on set.

Although Lloyd's appearance in the film was originally intended to be a surprise, the news leaked over various social media sites and movie blogs. Lloyd is also featured in one of the trailers for the film, which seems to have not originally been planned.

Lloyd will reprise his beloved role of Doctor 'Doc' Emmett Brown in 'West', more specifically the Doc we saw in the third installment of the 'Back to the Future' franchise.

'West' is will hit theaters on May 30th, starring Seth MacFarlane, Amanda Seyfried, Liam Neeson, and Neil Patrick Harris. MacFarlane also wrote and produced the film.

Original article by Dark Horizons.

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