The executive defends his decision.
Trust us, there's a better surprise.
Would you like some controversy with your eggnog?
Apparently, making a movie about killing him isn't super chill.
It comes out in October.
All kidding aside, these guys really like hanging out with each other.
By the Washington Post's film critic.
Dueling Petyr Baelish impressions.
In his "Bound 2" parody and Neighbors, Rogen fights against a decades-long taboo.
Including Zac Efron's dreamy eyes, and as told to us by director Nicholas Stoller.
Co-starring Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne as new parents who find themselves living next to a frat house.
The Tonight Show's fake TV show.
See James Franco’s latest masterpiece, Seth At Rest.
This episode featured a weed sketch for the ages.
Rogen calls Buress both the Jay Z and Saul Williams of comedy.