A fake news report was floating around today that Seth Rogen was arrested with James Franco and Miley Cyrus – and the report was so ridiculous that Seth actually commented on it himself! The report was from a right wing website and named the three entertainers as “terrorists.” “This is a right wing news website [...]
Seth Rogen made an appearance on Late Night with Seth Meyers on Tuesday night (December 12) and dished all about his latest film The Disaster Artist, which just scored a Golden Globe nomination for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy. The 35-year-old actor revealed to host Seth that James Franco stayed in character as [...]
By Sheryl Oh Rogen and David Gordon Green will tell the story of the most trusted newsman in America. The article Seth Rogen to Play Walter Cronkite, Chase That Oscar Gold appeared first on Film School Rejects.
Seth Rogen is getting serious again. The actor has signed on to play iconic CBS anchor Walter Cronkite in "Newsflash," which follows the coverage of President John F. Kennedy's assassination on November 22, 1963. According to Deadline,...Show More Summary
Election Day In Alabama!! Apatow On FALLON!! Hanks On COLBERT!! Rogen On SETH!! Tuesday TV Talkback!! Read the full article on AICN Doug Jones (not the Kyle MacLachlan character on “Twin Peaks” and not the gill-man in “The Shape of Water”...Show More Summary
The man behind Superbad will be portraying the legendary newsman, and that's the way it is.
I can hear it in the voice Read the full article on AICN Hey folks, Precious Roy here with word that funnyman and occasionally dramatic actor Seth Rogen will be playing the man once called the most trusted man in news, CBS anchor Walter Cronkite. The film centers on November 22nd, 1963—the day that President John F. Show More Summary
Seth Rogen is best known for starring in stoner comedies and having a divisive laugh, but he’s going to give drama another try for Newsflash, a new film written by Ben Jacoby and directed by David Gordon Green. Rogen will be playing iconic newsman Walter Cronkite, with the story taking place on November 22, 1963, as… Read more...
Seth Rogen joining a David Gordon Green movie is not surprising news – they previously collaborated on the very funny stoner comedy Pineapple Express. David Gordon Green making a movie about legendary newsman Walter Cronkite and CBS News on the day of John F. Show More Summary
The actor who will be playing legendary TV newsman Walter Cronkite may strike some readers as an odd choice. Deadline reports that Seth Rogen will play Cronkite in the feature film “Newsflash,” about how television covered the JFK assassination. The...
EXCLUSIVE: Seth Rogen is attached to play iconic CBS newsman Walter Cronkite in Newsflash, a Ben Jacoby-scripted drama that Stronger director David Gordon Green will direct next year. The film takes place on November 22, 1963, the day President John F Kennedy was assassinated in Texas. Show More Summary
Singer and songwriter Melissa Etheridge and actor John Leguziamo have joined Seth Rogen in boycotting SiriusXM radio after the network announced that Bannon will be joining “Breitbart News Daily” as a host and commentator. According to CNN, Etheridge — who is walking away from her...
With James Franco hosting and SZA stealing the stage twice with her incredible music, Saturday Night Live was on point last night!!! And it didn't hurt that Seth Rogen, Jonah Hill, and Steve Martin crashed Franco's opening monologue (above) to give the show even more star power right out of the gate!!! Too funny!!! Related: James Talks [...]
James Franco returned to host Saturday Night Live for his fourth time last night, and while the Christmas episode of the season is still a week away, the writers couldn’t help but dig into the holidays a bit for a satisfying episode overall. Show More Summary
There are a lot of layers of bottled-up aggression finally seeping into the open during James Franco’s SNL monologue. Franco and Seth Rogen have some stoner awards-season beef that’s yet to be addressed. There’s an aura of negativity surrounding Rogen and a very svelte Jonah Hill. Steve Martin doesn’t seem ... More »
James Franco kicked off his fourth turn as host of Saturday Night Live – an unspecial milestone that doesn’t come with a commemorative jacket – with a little help from friends Seth Rogen, Jonah Hill and, best of all, an embittered Steve...Show More Summary
Did you know only one stoner can host per season? Apparently, that's a thing, according to Franco.
'The Disaster Artist' star and director hosted the show for the fourth time, and featured special guests Seth Rogen, Jonah Hill and Steve Martin. read more
In a tweet Friday, Rogen said he won’t “appear on the same service that has decided to support Steve Bannon.”