Jewish moms, prepare to kvell: The first trailer for the comedy, “The Guilt Trip” has arrived.
Directed by romantic comedy veteran Anne Fletcher (“The Proposal,” “27 Dresses”) the film stars Barbra Streisand as a cheek-pinching mother and Seth Rogen as her son who decide to go on an unexpected, relationship-bonding road trip.
Rogen described being on-set with Streisand prepared him well for the role as her son.
“She offered me a lot of… Continue reading 'The Guilt Trip' Trailer: Seth Rogen, Barbra Streisand Take The Wheel (VIDEO)
Today, audiences have the ability to check out all the latest releases from the comfort of their own home. The world of indie film has especially benefited, giving viewers the chance to watch buzzed-about movies that can only afford to play in a handful of theaters. This week, Moviefone offers a special look at the world of indie cinema, with the release of “Take This Waltz.”
“Take This Waltz”Starring: Michelle Williams… Continue reading 'Take This Waltz' Review: A Look At The Seth Rogen, Michelle Williams Indie Flick
“Take This Waltz,” the upcoming indie romance from Canadian star Sarah Polley, features Michelle Williams as Margot, a young writer who is happily married to her sweet, caring husband Lou (played by Seth Rogen). Everything seems to be going well for the affectionate couple, until Margot meets Daniel (Luke Kirby) on a weekend business trip. He’s new, he’s passionate and most incredibly, he just happens to be Lou and Margot’s… Continue reading 'Take This Waltz' Clip: Michelle Williams, Seth Rogen Have a Troubled Marriage (VIDEO)
“At the Grammys, you can literally beat the shit out of a nominee and be asked to perform twice,” Rogen said to thunderous applause. (The Grammys came under fire two weeks ago for giving Chris Brown a platform just three years after he assaulted his then girlfriend, Rihanna.)
Discussing the year’s Spirit Award nominees, Rogen was just as quick-witted. He joked that “Drive” was a silent film, before commenting on the… Continue reading Seth Rogen Independent Spirit Awards Monologue: Host Blasts Brett Ratner, Chris Brown And Mel Gibson In Hilarious Opening
Seth Rogen is known for his laid-back self-awareness, so wouldn’t it be funny if he was one of those awards-hungry stars who constantly thinks of the academy’s praise? Probably! But, not surprisingly, Rogen seems to take even the crunch of awards season in stride.
During a Times Talk on ’50/50,’ the indie dramedy to end all indie dramedies, Vulture asked the star to give an honest read… Continue reading Seth Rogen on '50/50' Oscar Chances: Will Reiser Has the 'Best Shot'