The actor who sent the viewers rolling in laughter with his goofy performance in the film ‘The 40-Year Old Virgin’, Seth Rogen is someone who seems to have been born to be a comedian.
It sounds ridiculous, maybe even pathetic, but the dadbod is good news for the average guy.Theron’s upcoming films include Universal’s “The Fate of the Furious,” opening April 14, and Focus’ spy thriller “Atomic Blonde,” launching July 28.Rogen can be seen next in James Franco’s comedy-drama “The Disaster Artist,” which premiered to positive reviews at SXSW."I think I broke the record for the number of units I'm taking this quarter," he says.The standard limit is nineteen, though students sometimes manage to take a few more. Franco is taking sixtytwo.**Ironically, as James Franco moves away from acting—**this autumn he plans to continue his education at graduate school in New York and will be available for filming only during the summers—he finds himself with two movies that he considers he can be "proud of having done." The first is _Pineapple Express; _having worked so hard for so long to inhabit roles of obvious weight and intensity, Franco gives one of his richest and most impressive performances as a drug dealer in a Judd Apatow–produced stoner/buddy comedy opposite Seth Rogen.He arrives on this Monday evening in May at a café in Westwood near the UCLA campus, fresh from two midterms—one on the philosophy of science, the other on earlytwentiethcentury American literature.Tomorrow's midterms will be for American Holocaust literature and French.Blessed with a chubby face framed by curly hair, twinkling eyes and a silly smile, the actor has got the perfect looks for a comedian.He is the very personification of innocence, goofiness and cuteness combined!As an actor, Franco established a reputation as someone who would leap into his roles with obsessive gusto, focus, and determination, even when the roles didn't deserve it.He seems to be embracing his studies in a similar spirit.