Seth Rogen is a young actor who's getting more and more popular these days. We find him to be hilarious in movies such as Knocked Up and...
The Lion King Cast Revealed: Beyonce and More!
If you were on Twitter on Wednesday night, you saw everyone collectively lose their minds. Actually, that's every night on Twitter in 2017, but this time, it was in a good way.
Because Disney finally found a way to make people not complain about their live-action revivals of classic films.
Amy Schumer Asks: Will You Join the Bud Light Party?
Donald Trump may be entertaining the nation, but most folks aren't enthralled at the moment with the candidates for President offered up by both Democrats and Republicans.
Fortunately, Bud Light is here to help.
Seth Rogen: American Sniper Is Like Nazi Propaganda!
Man, Seth Rogen had just won a bunch of right-wingers over to his side thanks to The Interview-North Korea controversy, and now he's gone and squandered that good will by bashing 'Murica like some sort of pot-smoking Hollywood liberal, or something.
Okay, it's pretty small potatoes compared to the Sony hacking scandal, but the actor's recent comments about the Oscar-nominated Clint Eastwood-Bradley Cooper certainly seem to have ruffled some feathers here in the US of A.
George R.R. Martin to Seth Rogen: Come Show The Interview at My Theater!
Given the fact that he still has two books to finish in the acclaimed series that inspired Game of Thrones, fans of George R.R. Martin's would probably prefer that he stay out of harm's way.
Unfortunately for them, Martin has made it clear that he doesn't give a dragon's deuce what his fans think, and he recently decided to involve himself in a high-stakes international pissing contest.
The Interview: Dropped By All Major Theater Chains
In response to the Sony hacking scandal and threats of violence from a North Korean cyber-terrorist group, all five of the nation's major theater chains have reportedly chosen not to carry the controversial Seth Rogen-James Franco comedy, The Interview.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Regal Entertainment, AMC Entertainment, Cinemark, Carmike Cinemas, and Cineplex Entertainment have all opted out of showing the film.
Sony Plans to Pull The Interview From Theaters?!
It was initially reported that the Sony hacking scandal would have no effect on the release of the controversial Seth Rogen-James Franco comedy, The Interview.
Now, in the wake of terrorist threats from the North Korean group believed to be responsible for the hack, Sony execs are reportedly running scared and doing everything that they can to prevent further damaging attacks.