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The 'Neighbors' star calls the pot stench story 'completely untrue' and claims that his weed smells good.
After getting bashed by the 'Neighbors' star last year, the 'Beauty and a Beat' singer now wants the actor to say it to his face.
The original cast members will reprise their roles and so will the creative team including the director and screenwriters from the first film.
Rogen says in some Twitter posts that he wasn't comparing Clint Eastwood-directed movie to Nazi propaganda film in Quentin Tarantino's 'Inglourious Basterds'.
Rogen and director Evan Goldberg drop by Cinefamily's Silent Movie Theatre to thank moviegoers for their support amidst threats of violence.
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.
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.
Stephen Colbert's final week on Comedy Central begins Monday, December 15 with Rogen as a guest and ends December 18 with his colleague and lifelong friend Grimmy.
The actor and director of 'The Interview' initially rejected the big boss' demand to soften the violent scene, but he eventually conceded.
Rogen, who last year spoofed West's 'Bound 2' video, reveals that Kim Kardashian's husband rapped the songs from his new album for him after they coincidentally met at a New York hotel.
'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 network is moving forward with the project based on Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon's 1990s comic series.
The 'Palo Alto' actor brings sunglasses and his 'The Interview' co-star brings toilet paper to prepare for the experience in the woods in the sneak peek for the upcoming episode of the reality show.