The film follows a man (Wahlberg) whose teddy bear (Seth MacFarlane) came to life when he was a child and continues to live with him as an adult. In a recent interview, Wahlberg revealed that he had his doubts about a scene in which his character dukes it out with the bear.
"Well, I didn't have to do anything to prepare other than just trust Seth," he told Collider. "I just felt so ridiculous flopping around in that room, by myself.
"But, everybody loves that scene," he added.
Meanwhile, MacFarlane went on to say that he wanted the fight to resemble something seen in The Bourne Identity.
"The whole joke of it was that we wanted to play it as realistically as possible," MacFarlane said. "We wanted it to feel like a fist fight in The Bourne Identity, except one of the characters happens to be a teddy bear."
"I think we pulled that off," he continued. "Mark just sold it, 150%. Even without the bear in there, when you look at that raw footage with the sound effects and him getting the s**t kicked out of him by this invisible adversary, it actually still kind of works.
"Hopefully, we made it painfully realistic," he finished.
Wahlberg recently insisted that he finds it easier to act opposite an animated bear than a real actor.
Ted is released on June 29 in the US and August 1 in the UK.
Watch the red band trailer for Ted below: