Justin Bieber and Seth Rogen met once and Seth referred to the Canadian singer as “obnoxious”. Of course we all knew that Justin was obnoxious, he pees in buckets for crying out loud. Still, Justin didn’t rub Seth the right way when they met, so he called him out on it.
Seth explained, “He’s a good example of someone you meet, who you think you’re going to hate, and then you get to hate him as much as you thought. You meet him, and he lives up to every one of your expectations of how you hope he will be. All jokes aside, Justin Bieber is a piece of s**t.”
Justin has taken to his Twitter account to respond to the fuss. He tweeted, “Seth Rogan sorry I didnt bow down when I asked 2 meet u was probably a bit shy and didn’t want to be over the top but still. love ur movies.”
What a tool.
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Posted Thursday, May 8th, 2014 at 11:11am
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‘Neighbors’ premiered in Los Angeles yesterday, and the stars were on hand to promote the film. I think this movie looks really funny. Seth Rogen always makes me laugh and Zac Efron is just hot (though I do worry about him going off the deep end). I suspect they utilized both men’s talents to the fullest. In other news- Rogen’s wife, Lauren Miller is beautiful. She reminds me of Jessica Biel. And you know who else I love? Dave Franco. He steals the show in all his roles. I know very little of Halston Sage other than that she’s flawless and allegedly dating Zac Efron.
Posted Tuesday, April 29th, 2014 at 3:15pm
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, Zac Efron
Lindsay Lohan isn’t the only one in Hollywood making lists these days. While Lohan made a list about 36 famous lovers, Seth Rogen penned his own list… of people he has smoked weed with. On Watch What Happens Live, on Wednesday, Rogan outed his herbal-loving friends, including Paul Rudd, Sarah Silverman, Snoop and Jonah Hill. One person he has not smoked with, was his Pineapple Express costar, James Franco – because Franco’s not a pot smoker despite how well he plays one.
Rogen will next be seen in Neighbors, out in May, along with a shirtless Zac Efron, and the beautiful Rose Byrne. I have found the previews for this very funny, so I hope the movie as a whole can keep up the laughs. Rogen is also filming The Sound and the Fury, based on the Faulkner novel. It’s listed in imdb as a drama, as is the tone of the novel- but the cast of characters includes James Franco, Dave Franco, Rogen, and Danny McBride… which doesn’t sound like a dramatic cast to me? Am I missing something?
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Posted Friday, March 14th, 2014 at 2:14pm
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Seth Rogen is a big supporter of Alzheimer’s research (he runs a charity, Hilarity for Charity, which raises money for the cause) and wants the government to put their power to good use in providing research funds for the disease. In order to plead his case, he attended a meeting of Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Wednesday in Washington D.C. and called on Congress to do the right thing.
The “This Is the End” star, 31, who serves as an Alzheimer’s Assn. celebrity champion, addressed a Senate committee about the neurodegenerative disorder and opened up about the plight of his mother-in-law, Adele, his authenticity punctuated with self-deprecating humor during a hearing about the rising cost of Alzheimer’s.
“I came here today for a few reasons. One, I’m a huge ‘House of Cards’ fan. Just marathoned the whole thing, had to be here,” quipped Rogen, who started the Alzheimer’s organization Hilarity for Charity.
“Two, is to say, people need more help. I’ve personally seen the massive amount of financial strain this disease causes and if the American people ever decide to reject genitalia-driven comedy, I will no longer be able to afford it. … I can’t begin to imagine how people with more limited incomes are dealing with this. … The third reason I’m here, simply, is to show people that they are not alone, so few people share their personal stories.”
He has a point – Alzheimer’s disease is an awful illness and one that’s affecting more and more people every day. A little bit of funding would go a long way in researching a cure. Good for Seth for speaking out for such a good cause.
Posted Thursday, February 27th, 2014 at 2:14pm
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