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This weekend, Seth Rogen stars in a quasi-comedy about a friend having cancer titled ’50/50.’ Two years ago, Seth Rogen starred in a quasi-comedy about a friend having cancer titled ‘Funny People.’ As a result, there is actually a genre of film now called “Seth Rogen’s friend has cancer.” So, is the Adam Sandler vehicle at all like this weekend’s film starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt? And, if so, which “Seth Rogen’s… Continue reading Seth Rogen Cancer Comedies: Which One's Better?











Ever wanted to ask Seth Rogen, Joseph Gordon-Levitt or Anna Kendrick a question? Well, here’s your chance.

On September 13, Moviefone is hosting an Unscripted session for the upcoming ’50/50,’ in which Gordon-Levitt plays a 27-year-old coming to terms with his recent cancer diagnosis. Gordon-Levitt, along with ’50/50′ stars Rogen and Kendrick, will choose from questions that readers like you submit in the comments section below. Be sure



One of the great things about the upcoming 50/50 is how it brilliantly blends comedy and drama to the point where you’re laughing one minute and crying the next. Achieving the right tone with a dramedy is so difficult, and in my opinion it’s the reason why so many festival films don’t succeed with audiences. When you try to balance comedy and drama, you… Continue reading Watch/Participate: Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Seth Rogen and Will Reiser Want Your Tragic/Comic Stories

The modern stone age family is about get post-modern. Seth MacFarlane, the creator of “Family Guy,” “American Dad” and “The Cleveland Show” has his sights set on rebooting “The Flintstones,” Deadline reports.

Very little is known about what a reboot of the classic 1960’s Hanna-Barbera cartoon will entail, but MacFarlane is said to have worked out rights issues to bring the property to 20th Century Fox where he will develop… Continue reading Seth MacFarlane to Reboot The Flintstones

As our coverage of last week’s CinemaCon winds to a close, we are going on the record that we think New Line’s R-rated summer comedy Horrible Bosses will be one of the biggest sleeper hits of the summer. After all, how can it not be with a cast that has Jason Bateman, Jason Sudeikis from “Saturday Night Live” and Charlie Day from “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” being tormented… Continue reading CinemaCon Exclusive: Horrible Bosses Director Seth Gordon