Even after a first trailer, Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg’s AMC Preacher adaptation still feels somewhat opaque, without even a 2016 premiere date. At least know that Jesse Custer will be in sinfully good company, as Watchmen breakout Jackie Earle Haley has joined Preacher in a villainous role straight out of the original comics by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon. Continue reading…
The AMC television network is getting ready to put its series adaptation of the PREACHER graphic novels into production. Starring Dominic Cooper (Captain America: The First Avenger), and produced by Evan Goldberg, Seth Rogen and Sam Catlin, the series has plenty of positive buzz around it. Show More Summary
A few weeks removed from her hosting gig on "Saturday Night Live," Ronda Rousey find herself in the spotlight, yet again. This time, however, she will have more eyeballs on her, as the former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) women's...Show More Summary
It may be a while still before you’ll see Ronda Rousey fighting on your TV again, but she’ll come close to it later today during Super Bowl 50.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC, Videos
If you were wondering whether any Super Bowl ads would take advantage of the current political season, Amy Schumer and Seth Rogen have got you covered.
Let's make this country great—and slightly buzzed—again! It's no secret that popular yet somewhat surprising celebrity appearances can do wonders for Super Bowl ads. Robert Goulet for Emerald Nuts. Liam Neeson for Clash of Clans. Cindy Crawford and Pepsi. And now we have Amy Schumer and Seth Rogen for Bud Light. Read Full Story
With a messy election season in full swing, Bud Light is hoping to mine some of the easy humor found in the more nonsensical parts of the American political process this Super Bowl. In its just-released commercial, the beer brand recruited...Show More Summary
Make America great again.
Amy Shumer and Seth Rogen are all-American in this hilarious new 2016 Super Bowl commercial for Bud Light! The duo talks about the country uniting over their love for the beer brand. In fact, they are forming their own party! “Just wait ’til you see our caucus,” Amy says. Seth adds, “We got the biggest [...]
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Comedians Amy Schumer and Seth Rogen bring America together by forming the 'Bud Light Party' in a new Super Bowl 50 ad.
Lil Wayne and Jeff Goldblum will star in a commercial set to air during Super Bowl 50 that people are not reacting to in the same way as they are reacting to Amy Schumer and Seth Rogen promoting Bud Light. Viewers are finding the latter...Show More Summary
Seth Rogen has long been known for being a part of some fantastic ensembles, even on beyond his fellow Apatow gang cohorts. We'll soon see him team with the likes of Rose Byrne, Zac Efron, Dave Franco, Ike Barinholtz, Chloe Moretz, Carla...Show More Summary
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With the election coming up, it's never been more clear that we live in a country divided on many issues! But Amy Schumer and Seth Rogen are here to remind us that we don't disagree on everything! After a Super Bowl commercial featured the comic duo saying that they were preparing for a Bud Light party, we [...]
An ad campaign with Seth Rogen has been put online over the last few days, and today Bud Light released an epic ad featuring horses, Americana and even some pretty spiffy lines ripped straight from the script of Independence Day.Click To Continue Reading
It’s been awhile since there has been a straight-up comedy set in space. We’re not even going to talk about The Martian for that conversation, and Guardians of the Galaxy wasn’t just a comedy. Feel free to offer up some other options...Show More Summary
Everybody really does love Paul Rudd!
Donald Trump may be entertaining the nation, but most folks aren't enthralled at the moment with the candidates for President offered up by both Democrats and Republicans. Fortunately, Bud Light is here to help. The Bud Light Party Super...Show More Summary
We’ve already seen Drake, Key and Peele, and Academy Award winner Dame Helen Mirren appear in ads that will air during Super Bowl 50—and the list of likeable celebrities shilling for brands during the biggest TV event of the year has now expanded to include Amy Schumer and Seth Rogen. Show More Summary