No, this is not another April Fool's Day joke. Seth Rogen really does want to make "Pineapple Express 2."
"For the last few years we've been talking about what a sequel would be, and it is the plot we put in the movie," Rogen said of a possible follow-up to the 2008 comedy hit, starring himself and James Franco. "Whether that hurts its chances or helps, I don't know." Get More »
Seth Rogen and James Franco are, like, total movie BFF's. First they collaborated on the stoner cult hit "Pineapple Express." And then they reunited for the upcoming apocalyptic comedy "This Is The End," which features the pair playing versions of themselves during the end of days. So what's next for these hetero life partners?
How about assassinating the prime minister of North Korea? Get More »
| Apr 20, 2012 | 11:00 AM | Comments
The numbers 4-20 have tons of significance in both world history and American culture. It's Hitler's birthday and the date of the Columbine massacre, for starters.
But since those two are such buzzkills, we'll focus on what else the date means: high time for stoners everywhere.
Looking back at our favorite stoner films, we notice many actors portray potheads one-dimensionally: eyes glazed, dopey voice, etc. We love the following movie stoners because they're not only funny, but also multidimensional.
Okay, but mostly because they're funny. Get More »
Did Saul finally clean up and go to school for architecture? Did Dale become a talk radio DJ? Did Red survive his massive blood loss after getting shot a hundred times or so?
All these burning questions are going to become a blaze if the sequel to "Pineapple Express" ever comes to be. Since 2008's custom bong made out of action and marijuana took a big hit of box office green, a followup has become a chronic talking point whenever star Seth Rogen is interviewed, as he was yesterday by E! Online at the Alzheimer Association's Hilarity for Charity benefit. Get More »
Everyone has their own personal favorite genre, but comedy is arguably the most universal. Have you ever met someone who's said, "I don't like to laugh"? Neither have we.
The past decade has seen filmmakers like Adam McKay and Judd Apatow rise from obscurity onto the A-list, while actors like Seth Rogen and Zach Galifianakis have gone from esoteric television shows to big-budget movies.
But enough talk. Read. Argue. Yell at us. You can debate the order of these films all you want, but you can't deny the humor of any of them. Get More »