Seth MacFarlane Rollin' Like Marty McFly

Seth MacFarlane is one Flux Capacitor away from being able to travel back in time -- because TMZ has learned he's the proud new owner of an exact replica of the DeLorean from "Back to the Future."

Seth's people confirm the "Family Guy" mastermind purchased the DeLorean earlier this month. A source tells us Seth is having about $20,000 worth of customized equipment installed ... making it the coolest thing on wheels since the motorized bar stool.

One source -- who was lucky enough to sneak a peak at MacFarlane's unfinished DeLorean -- said the car already looks "insane."

Note to self: Don't bet against MacFarlane on any sporting events from now on.

'Family Guy' Star Party Over Here!

Because it's always awesome to hear an actor go from their regular voice to that of their famous cartoon counterpart, here's Mike Henry -- doin' the Cleveland Brown.

After leaving a "Family Guy" party at Avalon nightclub this weekend, Mike confirmed the obvious: It's "not bad" to roll in Seth MacFarlane's crew.

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'Family Guy's' Cleveland is White?!

"The Cleveland Show" was renewed for a second season before the first even aired -- and after seeing Cleveland and Cleveland Jr. (Mike Henry & Kevin Michael Richardson) do the voices in NYC yesterday, it's not hard to see why.

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Christian Bale Goes Bat S**t on Peter Griffin!!!

Christian Bale went crazy berserk on Peter Griffin -- seriously -- and by some crazy twist of fate, TMZ got our hands on the most friggin' sweet ass unedited clip you've ever heard. WARNING: Video contains explicit language.

The full "Family Guy" episode airs Sunday 9/8c on FOX.

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'Desperate Housewives' The Game

The 11th Annual E3 tradeshow hit LA this week, showcasing the latest games in the industry. The convention revealed some of your favorite TV shows and movies are getting into the game business.

Among TV programs set to get a makeover: "Family Guy," "24" and even "Desperate Housewives." The hit comedy may not seem like the obvious choice but according to producer Mary Schuyler, it's perfect fodder for an adaptation.

Big screen projects undergoing a gaming transformation include Al Pacino's "Scarface," as well as the upcoming animated film "Flushed Away."

E3 concludes its three-day run tonight.


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