Remember back in 2011, when Seth Rogen made The Green Hornet and?well, that?s it. Remember when that happened? It turns out that wasn't the last time he would work on a costumed crimefighter project. Click To Continue Reading
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The Seth Rogen smug and indigent Twitter act really needs to be retired. While Seth Rogen the actor should never retire... Clear as mud, huh? OK...let’s address the second declaration first by letting it be known that Superbad is one of my Top 20 movies of all-time and the best of the Judd Apatow run of the past decade.
Were you to go into Steve Jobs having no idea who Steve Jobs was, Steve Jobs wouldn’t really tell you. The character (played by Michael Fassbender) explains to a pissed-off Steve Wozniak (Seth Rogen) at one point that “play[s] the orchestra”...Show More Summary
The Pentagon will no longer train Syrians to fight ISIS. Will Paul Ryan save the day and run for Speaker? (Or what about Ron Paul? No, it seems.) Seth Rogen has two words for Ben Carson: "Fuck you." Clemson University forced to apolgize for—get this—serving Mexican food in the cafeteria. Show More Summary
Seth Rogen has entered the 2016 election fray with a short tweet about second leading Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson. Seth kept his opinions about Ben short, but very much to the point. Fuck you @RealBenCarson. — Seth Rogen (@Sethrogen) October 9, 2015 Although Carson hasn’t exactly been universally loved in the press this week,... Show More Summary
On the same day his new film Steve Jobs arrives in theaters, actor Seth Rogen tweeted this succinct message to his 3.27 million followers.
Jimmy Fallon reprised his “True Confessions” game this week, where Seth Rogen and Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak took turns making a full confession to a random “crime,” with the other players then having to interrogate them to determine if they were telling the truth. Show More Summary
Everyone knows Steve Jobs. By virtue of his genius marketing skills, self-promotional savvy, and visionary ideas for the way in which technology could better fit our lives, it’s him we think of first when we think Apple. Four years after...Show More Summary
Friends of the Apple co-founder are speaking out against the movie that bears his name. Learn what the movie's creators think about Jobs, and how actor Seth Rogen spent a day with Steve Wozniak at the Magic Castle.
As you’ve probably heard, Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon’s ingenious comic book series Preacher is being developed by Seth Rogen into a television series for AMC. Rogen recently interviewed with CraveOnline, and explained what kinds of differences we’ll see between the highly controversial source material and its small-screen adaptation. Fan’s of the comic must be […]
O, the holidays are about to be happy. Seth Rogen, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Anthony Mackie star in the upcoming "The Night Before," a film about three childhood friends who reunite to get up to some New York City antics. According to...Show More Summary
"Preacher" EP Seth Rogen explains how faithful the show will be to the comics, when fans can expect to see the series and more.
Michael Fassbender, Kate Winslet, Seth Rogen, and Jeff Daniels get serious for the lastest cover of The Hollywood Reporter. Here’s what the Steve Jobs cast had to share with the mag: Michael on playing Jobs: “I was nervous. I was very nervous. It was going to be a big challenge, the volume of words alone. [...]
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It's easy to dismiss Seth Rogen. In his films he always plays the foolish everyman who bumbles his way through a plan in a comedic fashion. But let's not forget that this is a hugely successful talent, who has been a mainstay of mainstream Hollywood for close to a decade now. Show More Summary
Technically Incorrect: Appearing on "The Tonight Show," the Apple co-founder confounds with his truth-telling skills.
Over the weekend, James Franco officially became a "man" — and it was all for a good cause! On October 3, James underwent a bar mitzvah ceremony (the actor's momma is Jewish) thanks to his pal and The Dictator co-star, Seth Rogen. For those who don't know, Rogen encouraged Franco to get bar mitzvahed for his foundation, [...]
Actor Seth Rogen and Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak joined host Jimmy Fallon to play “True Confessions” on a recent episode of The Tonight Show. Each player has to tell one of two stories, one being true and one being a lie, and then the other players have one minute to interrogate them before deciding if they […]
Everyone and their Jewish mothers knew Seth Rogen was throwing James Franco a bar mitzvah later this month for his Hilarity for Charity benefit to raise money for Alzheimer's. While the circumcision was still up for grabs, we discovered that Franco’s coming-of-age ceremony already happened. "He did his actual bar... More »