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Seth Rogen recently gave a heartfelt and humorous speech in Congress about Alzheimer's disease, mentioning the devastating effects it has had on his mother-in-law, and later slammed senators who did not attend the hearing.
The 31-year-old popular comedy actor and writer, who heads a charity to raise funding and awareness for the incurable ailment, testified in front of members of the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health & Human Services on Wednesday.
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The funny men are back in their highly-anticipated action-comedy, "This Is the End."
In the film -- which stars Seth Rogen, James Franco, Jonah Hill, Jay Baruchel, Craig Robinson, Danny McBride and more -- humans are faced with the harsh reality that the world is actually ending. While holed up in Franco's house, six friends attempt to survive the apocalypse that's occuring outside ... and hijinks ensue.
Rihanna gets physical with Michael Cera when he disrespects her in Seth Rogen's raunchy new comedy film "This Is The End," which stars pretty much every famous young comedy star and a "Harry Potter" alum.
A new red band trailer was released earlier this week and Rihanna is seen smacking the actor, who rose to fame for nerdy roles in "Arrested Development" and "Superbad," after he gets grabby at a party thrown by James Franco.
Seth Rogen has reportedly signed on to co-direct, produce and star in the upcoming film "The Interview."
The film may also potentially star James Franco, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The outlet notes that negotiations with Franco have not begun yet.
James Franco had another occasion to celebrate before Friday's release of his newest film, Disney's "Oz the Great and Powerful" -- a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
The 34-year-old actor was joined at the Thursday ceremony by his mother Betsy and brother Dave as well as the movie's director, Sam Raimi, and friend and frequent co-star Seth Rogen, who appeared with him in the 1990s series "Freaks and Geeks" and the 2008 stoner film "Pineapple Express." The actor took the opportunity to showcase his standup comedy skills, delighting much of the crowd.
Barbra Streisand and Seth Rogen are hitting the road together playing a mother and son in the upcoming film "The Guilt Trip," and the legendary singer talked about how the on-screen arguing was done, why she decided to take this film and her bad experience eating red meat.
The actress, 70, and her funnyman co-star, 30, talked to OTRC.com's George Pennacchio about their upcoming comedy film, gushing about how their on-screen arguments went down, and why there weren't any hard feelings on the set.
Seth Rogen and Barbra Streisand are hitting the road together playing a mother and son in the upcoming film "The Road Trip."
The film, which hits theaters on December 25, is about an inventor played by Rogen, who invites his mother, played by Streisand, on a cross-country trip to sell his new invention and to help her find love again.
Seth Rogen recently married his longtime girlfriend, Lauren Miller, after dating her since 2004.
The two wed on Saturday, Oct. 1, 2011 in Sonoma, California before family and friends, including actors Jonah Hill and Paul Rudd, Rogen's co-stars from the 2007 comedy "Knocked Up," and Adam Sandler, who appeared with the actor in the 2009 movie "Funny People," People magazine reported.
Rogen, 29, and Miller, 30 became engaged in September 2010.
Seth Rogen's role in "50/50" is loosely based on the actor's real-life friendship with the screenwriter Will Reiser and Rogen admitted that he used his friend's "unfortunate situation" to woo his current girlfriend.
"I think I actually did meet my girlfriend while he was sick and I think, I mean we're still together, but honestly, I think I did play up the fact that my buddy was in an unfortunate situation and that made me look sympathetic," Rogen said in an interview provided by Summit Entertainment.