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Shot for shot, Franco and Rogen reenact the racy scenes including the kiss, the nudity and the sex on bike.
The comedy from director Nick Stoller also stars Rose Byrne as Rogen's wife, who also becomes the victim of Efron's pranks.
The 'High School Musical' star watches the comedians who co-star in 'Pineapple Express' ditching their trousers while presenting an award for Best Shirtless Performance at 2013 MTV Movie Awards.
Seth Rogen, Mario Lopez, and more take to Twitter to speak out about the election of Jorge Mario Bergoglio as the new Pope.
Duchess of Cambridge's younger sister is reportedly dating a Deutsche Bank stockbroker, Nico Jackson, whose mother states 'We're very pleased. They are happy, and that
The pioneering boyband releases the song snippets and complete track list of their new '10' album.
The 'Bridesmaids' actress will play a young Lucille Bluth on the Netflix show, while the 'Green Hornet' actor's role is still unknown.
After a five-year musical hiatus, the former NSYNC member is gearing up to release new album 'The 20/20 Experience' which features hit single 'Suit and Tie'.
Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson stops at nothing even if the world nearly collapses only to grab a bottle of milk for his daughters, while Rogen and Rudd become rivals to be Samsung's 'next big thing.'
Karolyn Pho looks upset when she has an argument with the Sam Witwicky of 'Transformers' movie series a few days after he agrees to do 'whatever is asked' for 'The Nymphomaniac'.
Seth plays Barbra's son who decides to take her for a business trip to San Francisco, where he plans to surprise her with a reunion with an old flame.
A judge in Los Angeles Superior Court granted the couple permanent restraining order against Yasin Ajani who tried to get into their house.
Meanwhile, a movie starring Elijah Wood and Kristen Wiig is put in the 'Cinemania' section, and a Tony Bennett documentary is in the Special Screenings list.
The '50/50' actor compares the Grammys to the Oscars when taking a jab at Chris Brown's performance and Brett Ratner's homophobic remarks.
Commenting on why the dramedy fails to score any nomination at the 2012 Academy Awards, Rogen says that the comedic take on 'life with cancer' shown in the film has probably irritated some people.