Funny lads Zach Galifianakis, Seth Rogen, and Bill Hader will play astronauts in The Something, a comedy about an all-male, marooned-in-space crew that finally encounters another ship after years of isolation.
AMC’s adaptation of the amazing comic book Preacher will air in May 2016. Or, at least we think it might.
The first-ever look at Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg’s TV adaptation of Garth Ennis’ Preacher comic comes courtesy of this set photo! It’s not official, really, but it does show 1) Arseface’s modern band posters, so we’re clearly set in present-day and 2) Dominic Cooper’s Jesse Custer hair, which is something to behold.
In case you didn't know, Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are making the Preacher comics into a television series for AMC. And yesterday, Rogen revealed a giant stack of "inspirational" DVDs. We like what we see.
Rumor has it, everyone in Hollywood has tried to remake or (even better) make a sequel to the 1984 scifi cult classic The Last Starfighter. But, so far, everyone has failed. And this quirky little Twitter exchange kind of explains why.
Yesterday, Seth Rogen testified before a Senate subcommittee, pleading for more awareness of and support for Alzheimer's research. It was — like most things Rogen does — endearing as hell. But unlike the characters Rogen typically plays, it was also brave, altruistic, and kind of badass.
It appears that Seth Rogen may be involved in the rumored Preacher adaptation. Following reports that AMC has ordered a Preacher pilot, Rogen tweeted, "I may get to bring one of my favourite stories to life...Arseface. John Wayne, The Saint of Killers."
The World's End isn't the funniest movie of the summer. But it's pretty darn funny in places, and it crackles with storytelling energy. And it's a good example of how to do a science fiction comedy that's actually proper science fiction, not just a comedy with science-fictional trappings.
I don't want to freak you out, but I think Seth Rogen's new comedy of dickish manners about the Apocalypse may be one of the Great American Stoner Epics. I'm talking Harold and Kumar level, OK? Maybe even Up in Smoke level. This is the real shit, man.
Good news! This is the End, the post apocalyptic horror show featuring comedians playing themselves, looks actually funny. Like laugh out loud funny. Plus Emma Watson shows up in two of these clips and absolutely steals the show.
The more we see of Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen's post apocalyptic comedy This Is the End, the more excited we get. Any movie that makes fun of James Franco is aces in our book.
Emma Watson, aka Hermione from the Harry Potter movies, shows up and steals supplies from James Franco and his friends, in the latest trailer for This is the End. But how did Rogen and his co-director/co-writer Evan Goldberg coax a crazy comedy performance out of Watson? And what sort of humor was going too far for…
I actually like Michael Cera, but I am aware that many folks do not, and for those people, I am happy to present the new NSFW trailer (language-wise) for Seth Rogen's upcoming apocalypse comedy This Is the End. It features 1) Michael Cera spitting cocaine into Christopher Mintz-Plasse's face, 2) Emma Watson…
This is the End is a comedy in which Seth Rogen, James Franco and a host of celebrities play themselves, facing the end of the world. Does that sound like a weird concept for a film to you? It certainly sounded weird to studio execs, who fought hard against letting a host of famous people lampoon themselves — and die…
We've been waiting for Seth Rogen and Jay Baruchel's apocalyptic movie ever since their short Jay and Seth Vs. The Apocalypse was released back in 2010. And now, it's finally here. Behold the first ever trailer for This Is The End, where all of Rogen and Baruchel's friends play themselves.
Suburbia. The wasteland of the American soul. The thin Astroturf covering the bottomless pit of consumerism and conformity. The trash compactor of the mind. The suburban jungle devours masculinity, leaving behind only enough manly vigor for the endless task of lawn care. Etc. etc.
On the surface, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost's Paul looks like a drugs-and-sex-addled reimagining of E.T.. But Paul, opening today, is actually also about how America is an alien planet.
Imagine if you crossed Cheech and Chong's 1970s stoner masterpiece Up In Smoke with the gadget-enhanced asskickery of Batman Begins. Sounds like it could never work, right? But Seth Rogen's Green Hornet proves that it does. And it's surprisingly awesome.
This brand new featurette for Simon Pegg and Nick Frost's Paul reveals a lot of details about their new alien friend. For instance, guess who came up with the idea for the character Fox Mulder? The alien, naturally.
When Sony announced that Michel Gondry was directing Green Hornet, many people joked that the superhero flick would be composed of cardboard and twine. But instead, Gondry treated the audience to a new POV-style of superhero ass-kicking: the awesome Kato-Vision.