Seth's wedding weekend coincided with the release of his new movie 50/50, which got strong reviews and came in fourth place at the box office.
Seth was a producer on the movie; though, Saturday was all about an even bigger project — his new marriage.
In part two of this weeks Unqualified Anna, Sim and comedy Superhuman Seth Rogen (Superbad, Knocked Up, Sausage Party) take calls from Angel, who doesn’t know what to do about his relationship with a man who lied for three months about his identity, Stephanie, who’s a law student that is recently divorced dealing with dating and her parents skepticism based on the past relationship, and Amy, who’s debating whether or not to date a guy her friend has a crush on.
The comedian, 34, stopped by Watch What Happens Live on Sunday, August 7, and a caller brought up the squabble between the former costars. Then Rogen fired back, saying he wasn’t sure that Heigl’s 2009 movie The Ugly Truth made women look better.
When we tried we met with possibly the most resistance you could ever meet with an idea.
The people who give you money generally don’t want to be the first to do something.” Eventually, though, the studio decided to take a gamble and This Is The End was born. A lot of the fun of the movie is that it asks the question, ‘How would you and your friends react in a situation like this?
To Seth Rogen, it seemed like a good idea for a lot of laughs: gather his acting pals together for a comedy in which they play versions of themselves attending a party at James Franco’s Los Angeles home.
But executives at Sony Studios, who were asked to finance the film, weren’t so keen. “Yeah, at first they were very resistant,” says Rogen with a laugh.
The studio is also ramping up production on “Dumbo,” directed by Tim Burton, as well as a “Mulan” pic.
The actor and his fiancée, Lauren Miller, tied the knot at Kunde Estate in Sonoma on Saturday in front of a star-studded group of guests.
Seth and Lauren's family and friends, including Judd Apatow and wife Leslie Mann, Paul Rudd, Adam Sandler, Craig Robinson from The Office, and Jonah Hill, all came out to support the couple on their big day.
Rogen, the chubby multi-hyphenate writer-director-actor- producer enlisted Franco, Jonah Hill, Danny Mc Bride, Paul Rudd and Jay Baruchel - most of whom have known each other for years - and came up with the story of six friends trapped in a house while apocalyptic events devastate their surroundings. Who would be the good guy, who would be the bad guy and who would turn on who?
As the world unravels, dwindling supplies and cabin fever threaten to tear apart the friendships inside. ’ “I’m a big fan of apocalyptic movies but they always focus on the larger scale version of what’s happening; they show you what the president’s doing.