Seth Rogen Experiences The Downside Of Living Next To Dickheads In 'Neighbors' Trailer

This must be worse than living next to Justin Bieber. Set in a fictional reality where a rowdy fraternity is allowed to move into a residential area and Seth Rogen is able to woo and impregnate a hottie like Rose Byrne, Neighbors tells the story of a young couple battling the Greeks next door. Zac Efron and Dave Franco play the douchey frat neighbors whose wild parties, De Niro impersonations, and sperm upset the once quiet neighborhood. All that and I'm sure they're playing "Blurred Lines" non-stop. You just know.

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There's nothing funny about workahol addiction. Despite its portrayal in the series as a bland, soul-sucking humorless place, it's probably a dream of many to start punching in at the Workaholics office, if only for the three hilarious asshats that reside there. It also seems like Seth Rogen would be a perfect fit (Zac Efron, maybe not so much) to join the guys, so it makes sense that they would fake apply for a job with the trio in doing their promotion for Neighbors. It gets pretty vulgar, which you probably would have expected anyway. Take a gander.


Seth Rogen And James Franco Bring Us The Trailer For 'The Interview'

I couldn't think of worse spies if I tried. Which I haven't. Seth Rogen, having sometimes, but still not all that often decided to stray from the road-tested formula of being a giant, grown-up boy, has once again teamed with James Franco and buddy/partner Evan Goldberg to bring us The Interview. It seems pretty high concept for him, too. The Interview follows Rogen and Franco as they take a diplomatic trip to North Korea to kill Kim Jung Un. Huh. That's...that's something. Even though the project is something of a departure, somewhat in the action vein, you'll still see a lot of familiar faces, including fan fave Lizzie Caplan. Take a look.


Thinking Out Loud: Exclusive Interview With 'Green Hornet' Star Seth Rogen

Michel Gondry's film 'The Green Hornet' is now in theaters. Seth Rogen, who not only stars in the film but wrote and executive-produced it, sat down with comedian Michael Kosta in LA. Watch him talk comics, wild hotel parties and nutshots in this exclusive interview. Michel Gondry's film'The Green Hornet' is now in theaters. Seth Rogen, who not only stars in the film but wrote and executive-produced it, sat down with comedian Michael Kosta in LA. Watch him talk comics, wild hotel parties and nutshots in this exclusive interview. Check out Kosta's interview with Cameron Diaz here.


Tommy Wiseau Has Unleashed More 'The Neighbors' Upon The World

This is probably the worst thing he's ever done. It's been nearly a month since Tommy Wiseau treated us to the weird underwear commercial/preview for his upcoming "sitcom" The Neighbors. We still haven't figured out what he was going for there and this latest preview is no help either. I think Tommy Wiseau might have modeled his character on Phil Spector dressed as Archie Andrews. I say this because of the hair and the abrupt swing to violence.


Liam Neeson Deals With Some Jerk Murdering Everyone On A Plane In 'Non-Stop' Trailer

Always bet on Black... Irish. We've seen Liam Neeson play cat-and-mouse with vicious wolves and generic European gangsters, but we've never seen him deal with some jerk on an airplane before. And I'm not talking about seat-kicking. This particular jerk is murdering everyone on the flight right under Neeson's nose. In Non-Stop, from Orphan director Jaume Collet-Serra, Liam Neeson plays a guy not played by Nicolas Cage who must find and stomp out the evil mastermind making ransom demands on an international flight. If that terrorist had only watched Passenger 57, he'd know to always bet on black. Or Black Irish in this case.


Caesar Is Unpopular With The Neighbors In Extended 'Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes' Clip

I'd be ripsh*t too if I saw someone messing with John Lithgow. [post-album postid="203183" item="5"]Tyler Labine tried to warn us that Rise of the Planet of the Apes would make us cry, but we didn't listen. And now it's too late. Andy Serkis presents the emotional clip above of Caesar the chimp protecting his Alzheimer's suffering friend played by John Lithgow. Can't says I blame him. I'd be ripshit too if I saw someone messing with John Lithgow. It goes without saying that the CG work is breathtaking. It must have cost a fortune. So much so that they couldn't afford to comb Andy Serkis's hair. But that's beside the point, the movie looks like it will be heartbreaking. But also awesome. Did you see that chimp parkour off that jerk neighbor's face?! Also, he spends his free time building a model of the Statue Of Liberty. Also cool! Bravo, Rise of the Planet of the Apes. I'm definitely seeing this when it opens August 5th, even if every plot point has probably already been shown in the trailers. (Yahoo)


'That Awkward Moment' Gives Us The Zac Efron Bro Film That We've Been Missing

When your bros get girlfriends, that's against the bro code (or something. I don't really know what I'm saying.) While Zac Efron has been enjoying a steady ascent in terms of the roles he's been taking, he took a few months off to just hang with bros, ya know? If you don't understand what that's about, then you''re not gettin' it, man. That Awkward Moment is a terribly-named film that surounds Efron and his buddies as his relationship with a girl evolves from casual to dating. Seriously, that seems to be the premise of the movie. Anyway, it actually seems sorta funny. Watch and agree with me.