Insider rounded up Seth Rogen's biggest box-office hits and flops.
Only movies he starred in that received wide releases (2,000 theaters or more) were counted. Cameos weren't included.
All box-office figures are worldwide earnings and are taken from The Numbers website.
"Monsters vs. Aliens" — $382 million
This 2009 animated movie stars a group of misfit monsters who have to save Earth from an alien invasion.
Rogen voices the character of B.O.B., a blue blob.
"Kung Fu Panda" — $632 million
The hit animated franchise launched in 2008. Jack Black voices a bumbling panda named Po who becomes a kung-fu master.
Rogen voices the comic-relief character named Mantis, a praying mantis who likes to kick butt.
"Kung Fu Panda 2" — $665 million
The sequel came out in 2011 and had an impressive box-office run.
"The Super Mario Bros. Movie" — $1.4 billion
In 2023, Rogen continued his streak of voicing characters in hugely successful animated movies.
In "The Super Mario Bros. Movie," he voiced the iconic video-game character Donkey Kong who starts out as a foe of Mario's but eventually teams up with the Italian plumber to take on Bowser.
"The Lion King" — $1.6 billion
Disney's 2019 computer-animated remake of "The Lion King" is Rogen's highest-earning movie to date. In it, he voices the warthog named Pumbaa.
"The Night Before" — $53 million
In this 2015 holiday comedy, Rogen stars alongside Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Anthony Mackie as friends who search for the best party in New York City on Christmas Eve.
The movie found mixed reviews and clearly didn't hit with audiences either.
"50/50" — $41.3 million
Rogen and Gordon-Levitt also costarred in this 2011 dramedy. Rogen plays the best friend of Gordon-Levitt's character, who gets diagnosed with cancer.
"The Guilt Trip" — $41.2 million
This forgettable 2012 comedy stars Rogen who suddenly finds himself on a road trip with his smothering mother, played by Barbra Streisand.
"Zack and Miri Make a Porno" — $37 million
In this raunchy comedy from 2008, Rogen and Elizabeth Banks star as friends who are so broke they turn to making porn to earn money.
"Observe and Report" — $27 million
Perhaps one of Rogen's most unusual (and underappreciated) movies, this super-dark comedy finds him playing a mentally unstable mall cop who goes on a vigilante spree once he's pushed to the breaking point by a mean police officer (played by Ray Liotta).
Audiences in 2009 weren't into seeing Rogen turn this dark. To date, it's his lowest-earning movie at the box office.
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