Seth Rogen says that Paul Rudd’s laughter gave away the prank massage the Ant-Man actor pulled in Las Vegas, which was revealed by the An American Pickle star over Twitter in July. During Rogen’s appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Friday night, he divulged more details around the prank, including what Rudd was massaging when Rogen learned it was him.
Seth Rogen and weed exist as peanut butter is to jelly – rarely apart, and better together. The Canadian comedian has been one of the biggest proponents of weed in Hollywood since the start of his career, directing and starring in classic stoner flicks like “Pineapple Express” and “The Night Before.” He smoked a joint on live TV with Conan O’Brien (no, seriously) and brought a weed lollipop to the Golden Globes.
Seth Rogen recalls the time Paul Rudd took over for his masseuse without him realizing: 'Paul did the entire rest of it'
Rogen said Rudd convinced his masseuse to let him take over. He never revealed he was doing the massage until it was over. Rogen said in a tweet that Rudd thought "I'd notice immediately. I didn't." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.
"He saw me go in and convinced the masseuse to let him take over" Seth Rogen has opened up about a prank in which Paul Rudd pretended to be his masseuse in Las Vegas. Unprompted, the comedian (and close friend of Rudd) shared an anecdote on Twitter recalling the incident several years back.
"Once I was in the spa in a hotel in Vegas getting a massage. When I finished I turned over and to my shock Paul Rudd was massaging me," Rogen, 39, wrote. "He saw me go in and convinced the masseuse to let him take over, thinking I'd notice immediately.
In his book Seth Rogen recounts an 'anti-Semitic rant' Eddie Griffin allegedly gave while on an elevator ride
In Rogen's book, "Yearbook," he wrote that Griffin went on an "anti-Semitic tirade." "You Jewish motherf---ers run Hollywood," Rogen said Griffin told him and Jonah Hill. Griffin declined to comment for Insider's story. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.
Busy Philipps weighs in on Seth Rogen hinting his working relationship with James Franco has ended after sexual misconduct claims
Just last month, Rogen revealed that he has 'no plans' on working with Franco again amid several sexual misconduct allegations dating back to 2014, admitting the accusations had 'changed many things' in their relationship In a new interview, Philipps said she 'guessed' she was surprised by his comments, before revealing she could only speak about the 'horrible behavior' she experienced with Franco more than 20 years ago
Seth Rogen's handmade ceramic vase sells at a charity auction for almost $10K... after he picked up pottery several years ago
One of Seth Rogen's handmade ceramic vases recently sold for almost $10,000 at a charity auction in Canada. On Wednesday, TMZ reported that the 39-year-old actor had recently donated one of his sculptures to the Vancouver Art Gallery in anticipation of its first auction and that the creation had raised major funds for the institution.
The infamous alter ego of Christopher Mintz-Plasse in Seth Rogen's Superbad "turns" 40 today. Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg's Superbad helped cement Rogen as a contemporary comedy icon and catapult the careers of stars Jonah Hill, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, and Emma Stone. Its most famous moment is easily the creation of the false identity of the McLovin character.
McLovin just turned 40 years old, you guys. Seth Rogen just made everyone on Twitter acknowledge the passage of time and we’re not well. The actor, writer, producer, and weed entrepreneur on Thursday shared a snapshot on social media that any pop culture obsessive of the early-aughts would recognize immediately.
Seth Rogen. (Amy Sussman/FilmMagic) Seth Rogen has hit out against comedians who whine about so-called “cancel culture” to accept that some jokes just age terribly. Or, you know, were never exactly funny in the first place. The 39-year-old actor and filmmaker told talk show Good Morning Britain on Tuesday (25 May) that he has long since accepted that not all jokes will stand the test of time.
Seth Rogen has shared his thoughts on comedians who have complained about “cancel culture”. The actor and comedian was asked by Susanna Reid on Good Morning Britain whether he thought jokes in his movies might leave people “uncomfortable” today. “I think there are certain jokes that for sure have not aged well,” Rogen began.
Seth Rogen advises fellow comedians to 'get over' cancel culture: Accept certain jokes don’t age well-Entertainment News
In a recent media appearance, Seth Rogen spoke about how comedians should be accepting of criticism even if it is harsh. FP Trending May 26, 2021 15:20:46 IST While promoting his new book titled Yearbook, actor-comedian Seth Rogen has admitted that certain jokes from his movies have not aged well and said, “I think that’s the nature of comedy”.
‘I wouldn’t be happy if I was him and I wrote what I wrote,’ actor said Seth Rogen has said he imagines Tom Cruise “is not thrilled” about the “absurd” Scientology story he wrote about him in his new book. The actor, who has released a book of essays detailing awkward encounters with some of Hollywood’s most famous stars, appeared on Good Morning Britain where he reflected on the reaction he might receive from certain actors, including Cruise and Nicolas Cage.
Seth Rogen is undeniably one of the funniest men on the planet.He has a superhuman gift for humour that has made him an unlikely star of Hollywood, but one of the most cherished directors, writers, and actors around.Unsurprisingly, his music taste is pretty special too.
‘I don’t know anyone who gets as much happiness out of their kids as we get out of our non-kids,’ said Rogen Seth Rogen has opened up about his decision to not have children. During an appearance on The Howard Stern Show, Rogen told Stern that he wouldn’t be able to do “all this work” if he and wife Lauren Miller had chosen to start a family.
Seth Rogen has spoken about the time he auditioned for Eminem‘s 8 Mile, and how it didn’t go so well because he struggled to execute his lines.In a chapter from his upcoming book Yearbook, the actor and producer revealed that he auditioned for the role of Cheddar Bob, the friend of Eminem’s Rabbit character who infamously shoots himself in the leg with his own gun during a scuffle.