Jack Black Isn’t a Fan of Oscar Host Seth MacFarlane

Jack Black is never one to hide how he truly feels.  Just ask him what he thinks of the announcement that Seth MacFarlane will be hosting the Oscars next year.

“Where did I see him?  I saw him on Saturday Night Live,” he told Vulture.  “I thought he was serviceable.  It might get tiring if he keeps on doing the voices from Family Guy.  He might give that a rest.  But I think he has legit comedy chops.  The way you asked that question seems to suggest you are not a fan of his.

“I should be against him.  I should say he is going to fuck it up because he made fun of me one time on his show, and it made me really mad.”

Black couldn’t remember which show, “but it was basically pigeonholing who I am as saying that I am just a guy that relies on being really loud.  Yeah, fuck him.”

Guessing that MacFarlane won’t be asking Black to co-host with him.

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