Seth Rogen’s new animated film, Sausage Party, features grocery stores filled with produce that not only talk, but also have feelings—about being eaten alive. To see how real people would react to sentient produce, the comedian filled a grocery store with talking produce, and cameras, so your Friday morning will be a…
Futurist Ray Kurzweil has theorized that the technological singularity—the moment when artificial intelligence surpasses all human intelligence and brings about the end of humanity as we know it—will happen in the next three decades. In a new series for FX, Seth Rogan is ready to joke about it in the meantime.
Hot dogs who want to have sex with buns: this was the original idea behind Sausage Party, the R-rated animated film coming to theaters on Friday. It’s the first R-rated animated film released by a major studio in 17 years, and making it was not without its difficulties.
About two minutes into the R-rated animated food movie Sausage Party I had a realization—the film that the trailers were advertising was not the movie I was watching. That movie, about food that realizes what happens when they get bought, looked like it has a lot of R-rated jokes, and not much else. But the real movie…
Everywhere you go on the internet Monday mornings, people are talking about Sunday night’s television. Mainly HBO’s Game of Thrones. Lest we forget another major geek adaptation also airs Sunday nights, and has been for the past month: AMC’s Preacher. So why are so few people are talking about it?
This past Sunday, the world was introduced to Preacher. It’s a weird world, based on the cult comic series, and if you had some questions after that first episode, AMC has come up with a solution: a commentary with director’s Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg.
When the first things you see on a TV show about a preacher in Texas are the words “Outer Space,” you know you’re in for something special. And special is exactly what the first episode of AMC’s Preacher is. The long-awaited live-action adaptation of the 1995 comic series by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon done with…
You probably didn’t realize it, but if you sat down to watch a Seth Rogen movie in the past several years, you were making Preacher possible. He and writing/directing partner Evan Goldberg have been trying to bring Garth Ennis’ acclaimed comic to life for nearly a decade. This Sunday, all their persistence finally…
Donnie Darko is one of those movies I watched and rewatched endlessly during college. The small, but bold, tale of a troubled young man saving his family and friends spoke to me in ways I don’t quite recall 15 years later. I just know I loved it. However, rewatching the director’s cut of the film (released on DVD in…
It seems like comic writer Garth Ennis is taking a liking to Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg. The duo are in the midst of bringing his comic, Preacher, to AMC and now they’re hoping to bring another of his famous works, The Boys, to Cinemax.
One of the more anticpated main characters of AMC’s upcoming show Preacher is Arseface, the son of an abusive sheriff who had survived a suicide attempt, resulting in his horrific appearance. Now, Seth Rogan has shared what the character looks like on Twitter.
Earlier today, we found out that the AMC show Preacher would be premiering May 22 at 10pm. But a lucky few who are attending South by Southwest in Austin actually got to see the pilot, and they took to social media to react. Thankfully, they loved it.
In their continued attempts to adapt things we were obsessed with as kids, Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are in talks to produce a movie version of the wildly popular picture book series, Where’s Waldo?
Funny lads Zach Galifianakis, Seth Rogen, and Bill Hader will play astronauts in The Something, a comedy about an all-male, marooned-in-space crew that finally encounters another ship after years of isolation.
Were Apple’s co-founders robbed at gunpoint outside a pizza parlor? That, at least, is what Steve Wozniak told Jimmy Fallon and Seth Rogen during a game of “True Confessions” on Friday’s episode of The Tonight Show.
AMC’s adaptation of the amazing comic book Preacher will air in May 2016. Or, at least we think it might.
The first-ever look at Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg’s TV adaptation of Garth Ennis’ Preacher comic comes courtesy of this set photo! It’s not official, really, but it does show 1) Arseface’s modern band posters, so we’re clearly set in present-day and 2) Dominic Cooper’s Jesse Custer hair, which is something to behold.
It's almost hard to believe it's actually happening, considering Sony's Steve Jobs movie seemed like such a total clusterfuck. But there they are: Michael Fassbender and Seth Rogen as Apple co-founders Jobs and Wozniak. Someone snapped shots of real Hollywood actors on the set of a real Steve Jobs film that you might…
In case you didn't know, Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are making the Preacher comics into a television series for AMC. And yesterday, Rogen revealed a giant stack of "inspirational" DVDs. We like what we see.
Remember Freaks and Geeks, the short-lived teen comedy produced by Judd Apatow before you knew who Judd Apatow was? The show starred Seth Rogen and James Franco some 15 years before the pair would help spark the international cyber-clusterfuck we know as the Sony Hacks. Forget about the hackers and just watch the show.