Despite his prolific movie career, Judd Apatow favorite Seth Rogen has been making the rounds of TV lately, years after his starring turns in 'Freaks and Geeks' and 'Undeclared.' Most recently we saw Rogen reprise his role as "Dirty Randy" in the final episodes of 'The League's most recent season, and now it seems Rogen will be keeping it in the FOX family by guesting on an upcoming episode of 'The Mindy Project!' Find out about Seth Rogen's FOX return inside!
This is the end. At least it will be as of tomorrow, assuming the Mayan apocalypse arrives as scheduled. In anticipation of the end of the world as we know it, check out this new trailer for the Seth Rogen/James Franco apocalyptic comedy 'This Is the End.'
I imagine the pitch meeting went like this: "Producer: We got Barbra Streisand, we got Seth Rogen, we get 'em in a car. Release it around Christmas. I mean, you gotta take grandma somewhere during the Holidays. Executive: Are there life-lessons involved? Producer: Does the Pope crap in the woods? Of course there are."
Lo and behold, a year later, these two guys found themselves at the premiere for 'The Guilt Trip,' a movie that didn't cost too much to make and won't make that much of an impact but will empower everyone involved to one day strike again.
Many classic but cancelled series hold the distinction of featuring a number of A-list stars before making their big breaks, but few hold such a distinguished roster as Judd Apatow's cancelled 2000 NBC series 'Freaks and Geeks.' The retro series featured the likes of James Franco, Seth Rogen, Jason Segel, Linda Cardellini, Lizzy Caplan, Busy Philipps, Martin Starr and even Thomas Wilson (Biff of 'Back to the Future'), despite only running 18 episodes. Twelve years later, are you ready to see the entire cast reunite?
FX's fantasy sport comedy 'The League' may not receive as much attention as its sibling 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia,' or even the other FX comedies, but it sure knows how to bring the thunder now and again. Currently in its fourth season, 'The League' is set to return both previous guest stars Seth Rogen and Jeff Goldblum respectively, as well as add a fantasy team of other well-known stars. Who else is on deck for 'The League' season 4?
Can you imagine a week-long road trip with your mother? What if your mother were Barbra Streisand?! That would be crazy, right? Fortunately for you, there's no need to imagine such a thing -- Hollywood has done it for you! Paramount Pictures' 'The Guilt Trip,' starring Seth Rogen and Ms. Streisand is coming home for the holidays, and today brings us the first clip from the comedy. Watch it after the break!
A movie starring Seth Rogen and Barbra Streisand is probably not the movie pairing you would expect but that's maybe why we find 'The Guilt Trip' so interesting. Today we have a first look at Rogen and Streisand in the upcoming comedy, which hits theaters in January.
Edward G. Robinson played gangsters, John Wayne played cowboys, Michelle Williams plays emotionally peripatetic women who break up with their husbands.
It's impossible not to do a compare and contrast between 'Take This Waltz' and 'Blue Valentine.' They elicit very similar emotions in the viewer and cover much of the same ground. Every spousal separation is unique, however, so rest assured the “getting there” is different enough to merit this new film which, while I can safely say I didn't enjoy, I recognize has some strong components.