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In the video, the 'Interview' actor shouts 'just poo it' repeatedly in his toilet, wearing a black tee and a pair of undies.
After McDonald's announced its new Hamburglar mascot, the 'Interview' actor wrote an op-ed which turned to be a love letter for the fast food chain.
Elba has been set to play the role of a gangster rap artist, while both Pattinson and Franco are still in final negotiations to join the cast.
The 'Interview' actor addresses his sexuality rumors in a bizarre interview between his 'straight' self and his 'gay' one.
Franco is set to take part in '11/22/63', an adaptation of King's novel of the same name which is about a time-travel Kennedy assassination.
The 'I Am Michael' co-stars were tapped in a slow motion video locking lips underneath a popcorn shower.
Franco and Quinto are joined by Charlie Carver in the new photo from the gay-themed movie which is set to be released on Thursday, January 29.
The song called 'A Love Letter to Kim Jong-un' was originally a love song to Franco written by the singer/songwriter for the soundtrack of 'The Interview'.
James was protected by a large bodyguard while going out for a dinner in New York City, while Seth carried his dog through LAX with his bodyguard following him behind.
Two movies, 'A Walk in the Woods' starring Robert Redford and Nick Nolte, and 'True Story', are added to the lineup of Premieres at the 2015 Sundance Festival.
In a new TV interview, Rogen who wrote, produced and directed the movie says of cyber-attack at Sony, 'I don't know if the hacking honestly is because of our movie, definitively or not.'
Franco and Rogen, who play TV host and a producer in the comedy, pose together on the red carpet and grant no interview for the media.
'Saturday Night Live' kicks off with 'The Interview' cast taking on the Sony hacking scandal and proceeds to take a jab at 'Peter Pan Live', 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens', and Kim Kardashian.
The recent cyber attack against Sony Pictures Entertainment also revealed internal documents such as the politic satire's budgeting.
The 'Palo Alto' star gets his wish granted in the promo video and admits that he's hosting the NBC variety series only to get laid.