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NSFW 'Neighbors' trailer: Seth Rogen and Zac Efron fight dirty

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Living next door to Zac Efron sounds like the dream — but in this new, totally NSFW trailer for the upcoming comedy Neighbors, Seth Rogen doesn’t think it’s all it’s cracked up to be.

As previous trailers have revealed, Neighbors revolves around new parents Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne, who move to a neighborhood that’s nice and quiet — until a frat, led by Efron, set up camp next door. Since by now you probably know the movie’s premise, this trailer, naturally, focuses on the hijinks, pranks, and all-out debauchery that follow that ill-fated move.

Watch below, and ponder when exactly Rogen became “the old guy who wants quiet” as opposed to “the guy encouraging another keg stand — stat”:  READ FULL STORY

Casting Net: Olivia Wilde boards thriller 'Meadowland'; Plus, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Seth Rogen re-team, more

• Olivia Wilde (Drinking Buddies) is set to star in and produce the psychological thriller Meadowland. Reed Morano, the cinematographer on Kill Your Darlings and The Skeleton Twins, will make her directorial debut on the film about a woman who developed a relationship with a neglected boy after her own son disappears. Production will begin this summer, after Wilde gives birth. [Deadline]

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'The Room' star Greg Sestero says James Franco 'ideal guy' to adapt memoir

Can the making of a bad film make for a good one? That is the question raised by the news — reported by Deadline — that James Franco is to direct an adaptation of The Disaster Artist, actor Greg Sestero’s memoir about his time spent starring in the so-bad-it’s-awesome cult movie The Room.

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'Neighbors' with Seth Rogen, 'Space Station 76,' more join SXSW features lineup

Funny or Die friends Seth Rogen, Zac Efron, and Dave Franco are bringing their brand of humor to the SXSW Film festival this year in Neighbors, directed by The Muppets scribe Nick Stoller. Neighbors is about a young couple (Rogen and Rose Byrne) who are forced to live next to a fraternity house after the birth of their newborn baby. The comedy joins already announced films including Jon Favreau’s food truck sendup Chef and the much-anticipated premiere of the Veronica Mars movie at this year’s fest. The full lineup includes 68 films from first-time filmmakers, 76 world premieres, 10 North American premieres, and seven U.S. premieres.

Also debuting are Space Station 76, a sci-fi feature starring Patrick Wilson, Matt Bomer, and Liv Tyler; Cesar Chavez, the biopic about the iconic California labor activist from actor/director Diego Luna, starring Michael Pena; and We’ll Never Have Paris, written by The Big Bang Theory star Simon Helberg and starring Helberg and Maggie Gyllenhaal.

As for the choice of Neighbors to premiere at the fest, it’s hardly Rogen’s first time at SXSW, having appeared in Knocked Up in 2007 and Observe and Report in 2009. Comedies are not unusual for the festival, but Head of SXSW Film Janet Pierson says they have to have unique slant to work. “We like stuff that has an edge to it, where you can really feel the hand of the writer/director,” she says. “We try not to go too broad with comedy but we love to include it when we can.”

Space Station 76 is among several films that feature sci-fi and time travel prominently, Pierson points out, noting that Predestination starring Ethan Hawke, and Australian film The Infinite Man have similar elements. “Sometimes you don’t show a film because it has something another film has, but this time we went with it. It’s in the zeitgeist,” she says. Space Station 76 “is really unique, really different, and kind of wonderful,” Pierson adds.
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'Neighbors' trailer: 'You guys just woke a sleeping giant' -- VIDEO

What goes well with a house full of 50 fraternity brothers? Well, other than booze, hazing, and women … not much.

In the newest trailer for Neighbors, Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne play a quiet married couple who spend their days dressing their daughter up as TV characters for a calendar shoot. But when a fraternity moves in next door, their lives become a lot less about calendars and a lot more about parties, pranks, and one very unfortunate incident involving a condom. With Zac Efron and Dave Franco as neighbors, things are about to get a little crazy.

Watch the latest trailer below:
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New 'Neighbors' trailer: Zac Efron gets fratty, Seth Rogen gets mad -- VIDEO

It’s fraternity versus family for Zac Efron and Seth Rogen in the new trailer for their upcoming comedy Neighbors.

Following the release of a red-band trailer last month, the latest preview shows a young couple (Rogen and Rose Byrne) trying to remain hip and cool after the birth of their first baby when a frat, led by Efron, moves in next door. A newborn baby and beer pong: What could possibly go wrong?

Looking at the trailer below, plenty. Beware of fireworks and flying balls when the film is released May 9, 2014.
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Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg finally set to throw 'Sausage Party'

Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg would like to invite you to a Sausage Party with all their famous friends.

The creative duo have agreed to make an R-rated animated movie “about one sausage’s quest to discover the truth about his existence. After falling out of a shopping cart, our hero sausage and his new friends embark on a perilous journey through the supermarket to get back to their aisles before the 4th of July sale,” according to a release from Sony.

Rogen and Goldberg co-wrote the script (along with Kyle Hunter and Ariel Shaffir) based on a story from the pair and Jonah Hill, who will executive produce. Conrad Vernon (Shrek 2) and Greg Tiernan (Thomas and Friends) will direct.

Sausage Party is a project that Rogen and co. have been trying to get off the ground for years — Rogen and Goldberg were whispering about it at Comic-Con in 2010, and Goldberg once called it a “super dirty mockery of a Pixar movie.” Hill told MTV in 2010 that they envisioned it as something like Shrek, “If Shrek was R-rated, a very hard and aggressive R.”
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'This Is The End' returning to theaters

Good news for those who were left wanting more after The Comedy Central Roast of James Franco last night: This Is the End, the disaster apocalypse movie starring Franco, Seth Rogen, Jonah Hill, and others playing themselves, will return to theaters Sept. 6, Sony announced today.

The well-reviewed R-rated comedy has made $96.8 million to date at the domestic box office since opening June 12. This re-release is likely a push to get the film over the $100 million benchmark; stars and producers typically have bonus deals in place if a movie hits that amount.

This Is the End really struck a chord with comedy moviegoers this summer,” Rory Bruer, president of Worldwide Distribution for Sony Pictures, said in a press release. “For everyone who didn’t get a chance to see it — or saw it and loved it and wants to see it again on the big screen — we are thrilled to have it back in theaters.”

'The Neighbors' trailer: Presenting Seth Rogen as a suburban dad

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Hollywood is cruel.

In the new trailer for The Neighbors, Seth Rogen can’t even play the cool guy anymore. Instead, he stars as a suburban dad (alongside Rose Byrne) as a couple that moves to a nice neighborhood. The problem? Animal House a fraternity — led by Zac Efron and Dave Franco — move in next door. “Get off my lawn!” Rogen says to the young whippersnappers, no doubt wondering when he was no longer able to play the guy throwing the cool, fun party.

Hijinks between the two groups ensue, and it’s likely viewers can all agree the real loser here is Rogen’s baby, who unintentionally puts a condom in her mouth. Won’t someone please think of the children?

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'This is the End' gets Blu-ray date -- EXCLUSIVE

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The End was just the beginning.

This is the End, the apocalyptic comedy starring James Franco, Jonah Hill, Seth Rogen, and their friends as versions of their real selves, arrives on Blu-ray and other home-viewing formats on Oct. 1. The movie, which has grossed $96.2 million since it opened in June, was the rare summer comedy that the critics loved. Now, you can finally enjoy the movie in the spirit that the end-of-the-world tale engenders: at home in the dark, behind locked doors and bolted windows, with only your closest frenemies and one Milky Way bar.

Fans won’t be disappointed by the extras, which include commentary from co-directors Rogen and Evan Goldberg, a featurette with the cast and crew discussing the delicate feat of playing heightened versions of their Hollywood personas, and the original short that Rogen and Jay Baruchal made that inspired the making of the movie. (Click on Jay & Seth vs. The Apocalypse below after the jump to see its foul-mouthed trailer.) READ FULL STORY

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