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On a positive note, at least Seth Rogen and Billy Eichner look the part
April 26th, 2017 under Billy Eichner, Seth Rogen. [ Comments: none ]


I am sure you heard they are making a live action version of The Lion King and it sounds like they have their Timon and Pumbaa. The Wrap is reporting that Jon Favreau will direct Seth Rogen and Billy Eichner in the roles. Rogen will play the warthog while Eichner is the meerkat. Like I said they look the parts.

Danny Glover has already been cast as Simba and James Earl Jones will play his dad. Who at Disney casts these movies because the casting for the live versions are always wrong.

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The Oscars almost had another blunder
March 15th, 2017 under Oscars, Seth Rogen. [ Comments: none ]


Remember how shocked we all were when we found out that Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway were given the wrong envelope at the Oscars, so Mommie Dearest announced that the incorrect movie won Best Picture? Well, that wasn’t the first time happened at this year’s Academy Awards. According to The Hollywood Reporter’s Rebecca Ford, “Sources say that during rehearsals Seth Rogen was handed the wrong envelope (foreign film instead of editing). It led to quite the commotion.” Therefore, you would think that they would’ve been more careful during the big show, but as we know they were not. It was good for us, just sucked for them, La La Land and Moonlight.

It will be interesting to see how all of this will change next year’s shindig.

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Billy Eichner kills off Seth Rogen to see how they feel
November 22nd, 2016 under Billy Eichner, Seth Rogen. [ Comments: none ]


I love ’70s and ’80s sitcoms and every now and again, they would have a character pretend that they died and hold a funeral for them. That character wanted to see how people would react to their death or was avoiding someone who wanted to kill them or was presumed dead but came alive right at that moment.
Anyways, those were sitcoms so it was funny. Tonight on Billy on the Street, Billy Eichner recruited Seth Rogen for a sick joke. He would tell people on the streets of Manhattan that the actor was dead to see how they would react. After they were done talking about him, Eichner would reveal he was alive and well.
Not one went well and it came off as cruel and stupid. That is why I appreciated the ones who have no idea who he is.
What do you think of it?

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Nick Kroll is literally a douche
August 13th, 2016 under Seth Rogen. [ Comments: none ]


Actors have voiced many different objects throughout the years, and Nick Kroll has done an item that is in a league of its own. He is voicing a douche in the movie Sausage Party. The only thing that could be worse than that is a tampon. What do you think would be worse?
I can think of something that could be worse, what if some toy company wants to sell action figures based on the characters in the movie that is out now. Oh wait, then I know what I would be giving my friends for Christmas this year, the Talking Douche.
Back to Kroll, can you imagine getting that phone call from Seth Rogen? Rogen is like, “Hey Nick, want to be douche?” Kroll would reply, “I thought, I already was one?” He isn’t, but I assume that would be his answer. Then Rogen would explain to him what the role is and what guy wouldn’t want to voice something that’s only purpose is to go into a woman’s vajayjay.

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Seth Rogen takes Sausage Party to a supermarket!
August 12th, 2016 under Seth Rogen. [ Comments: none ]


Sausage Party is an animated movie about the lives of food. Because it is animated, they get to talk! What would happen if you placed robotic cantaloupes, loafs of bread and sausages in a NYC supermarket? That is what Sony Pictures found out when they did just that and had the movie’s star, Seth Rogen, give them a voice. Let’s just say, NYers aren’t that nice when their food talks back them. So much so, forget about Lip Sync Battle and Drop the Mic, this is the segment that really needs it owns show! Could you imagine? New Yawkers and the Sausage Party. Which has a completely different meaning than when I was growing up in NYC and would go to the Manhattan to party on the weekends!

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