Seth Rogen has joined Steven Spielberg’s upcoming film based on his childhood in Arizona, Variety has confirmed. Rogen will take on the role of Spielberg’s favorite uncle in the untitled film. As previously reported, Michelle Williams is in talks to play a major part as well. The search is underway to find young actors of multiple ages […]
Reese Witherspoon, Chris Klein and Matthew Broderick are among those remembering "Election" actress Jessica Campbell. Judd Apatow has also paid tribute to the actress turned naturopathic physician for her work in "Freaks and Geeks."
Seth Rogen has opened up about the changing cinematic landscape for comedies, saying that people need to remember “Marvel movies are comedies.”
Seth Rogen was so “traumatised” by the hacking scandal surrounding The Interview that he started directing TV.
“I liked working with myself a lot more than I like working with most other actors, I can definitely say,” the 'Pineapple Express' actor admits.
Thanks to its cult following, Seth Rogen stoner comedy Pineapple Express was all in line for a sequel at one time.
Seth Rogen is joining with Nickelodeon to reboot the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in a new CGI movie, according to reports.
Seth Rogen has opened up about his routine during quarantine, and, unsurprisingly, it involves smoking an “ungodly” amount of weed.
Karl Urban says he's done with filming on season two of 'The Boys', with the superhero show back on Amazon Prime very soon.
Seth Rogen is loving that a 20-year-old gentleman from Iowa has been arrested for trying to use a fake ID using the now immortal credentials of McLovin.
James Franco's new movie Zeroville is one of the biggest bombs of the actor's career, having made just $111 per screen after its release this weekend.
Star names, a potent premise and two thirds finished – but what happened to animated feature B.O.O.: Bureau of Otherworldly Operations that will probably never be released?
Ejiofor and Favreau explain why the villainous lion is so different from the original.
The director says that "anytime we do something new it's going to be confusing to people."
Few in Hollywood are willing to let Mel Gibson forget about his grotesque anti-semitic outburst back in 2006.