The actor and director says that Sony deemed the first version of the North Korean leader's death to be "unacceptable."
The 39-year-old Hollywood star believes smoking the drug is safer than drinking alcohol.
The actor said he also regretted stating in a 2018 interview that he would continue working with Franco.
It began as a lighthearted conversation between two Jewish comedians, riffing on a podcast about the idiosyncrasies of their shared heritage. Israel has long benefited from financial and political support from American Jews.
Seth Rogen stopped by <em>The Late Show</em> on Friday to chat about work, Canada's marijuana legalization, and the time he shut down Paul Ryan's selfie request in front of his own kids. The actor told Stephen Colbert that earlier this month he shared an incredibly awkward moment with the Speaker of the House at Mitt Romney's annual political summit in Park City, Utah. Ryan and his sons, all fans of Rogen, approached him at the event to ask for a selfie but Rogen wasn't having it. "My whole body puckered, as it were. I tensed up. And I didn’t know what to do!" Rogen explained. After Ryan shook the actor's hand and requested a picture, Rogen said, "No way, man!" before proceeding absolutely drag Ryan in front of his kids. "...I couldn’t stop," Rogen told Colbert. "I said, 'Furthermore, I hate what you're doing with the country at this moment, and I’m counting the days till you no longer have one iota of the power that you currently have.'" Despite the lack of love for the House Speaker, Rogen said Ryan's kids seemed perfectly fine, so at least there's that.
In addition to its many other failures, it looks like Fyre Fest is also an unintentional copycat. According to some Friday tweets from Seth Rogen and The Lonely Island, the two are combining comedic forces for a film about a "music festival that goes horribly wrong." Interesting! That sounds familiar. SEE ALSO: Here's the official postmortem statement from Fyre Festival organizers This seems like a good time to mention the movie we are making with @thelonelyisland about a music festival that goes HORRIBLY WRONG. — Seth Rogen (@Sethrogen) April 28, 2017 For real, thinking about suing #FyreFestival for stealing our idea. https://t.co/uiLxhzLg85 — The Lonely Island (@thelonelyisland) April 28, 2017 We don't yet have a title, release date, or — honestly — any other information about the film, but perhaps that's a good thing. Seth, Andy, Jorma, Akiva, we implore you: please incorporate a version of this cheese sandwich into the film. The dinner that @fyrefestival promised us was catered by Steven Starr is literally bread, cheese, and salad with dressing. #fyrefestival pic.twitter.com/I8d0UlSNbd — Tr3vor (@trev4president) April 28, 2017 And a Blink-182 cameo wouldn't hurt, right? WATCH: This electric surfboard can move without the waves
If you’re looking for something new to watch on Netflix, look no further than Freaks and Geeks. The show aired in America between 1999 and 2000 and now has a cult following, despite only having 18 episodes. The show, created by Paul Feig and executive produced by Judd Apatow features some of the most popular names in comedy today.
Just when you thought James Corden couldn’t possibly create something better than all the hilarious Carpool Karaokes, he goes and performs another ‘Crosswalk the Musical’. This isn’t just any ‘Crosswalk the Musical’ though - This is a Lion King crosswalk musical featuring none other than Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne. Somebody give James a Tony Award.
James Franco has now admitted he’s “a little gay” – but is baffled as to why people care about his sexuality. Franco, above, told New York Magazine: “There is a bit of overfocusing on my sexuality… and so the first question is why do they care? Meanwhile, Franco, below playing Harvey Milk’s lover in the 2008 film Milk, also opened up about hosting the 2011 Academy Awards with Anne Hathaway, for which he was universally slammed.