Seth Rogen and Jonah Hill share an affection for obscure comedy, ..

Seth Rogen and Jonah Hill

This Is The End

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Seth Rogen and Jonah Hill


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funnymen Seth Rogen and Jonah Hill also find themselves on the ranking for the first time.

Superbad Unrated

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Sausage Party Trailer

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Directed by Evan Goldberg, Seth Rogen

‘Sausage Party’ is the latest production from Seth Rogen and Jonah Hill and features an all-star cast of Rogen, Kristen Wiig, Jonah Hill, Bill Hader, Michael Cera, James Franco, Danny McBride, Craig Robinson, Paul Rudd, Nick Kroll, David Krumholtz, Edward Norton and Salma Hayek.

They are two different people. Seth Rogen is not Jonah Hill and Jonah Hill is not Seth Rogen. Yes they both starred in but Seth was the cop, not the desperate kid trying to get laid. He managed to do that and then find himself in some trouble in , which wasn’t superbad, and actually surprisingly great. Yes, they were both in but Seth wasn’t possessed by a demon and his best friend, Jay Baruchel, didn’t try to cure him using the Old Testament! Seth Rogen and Jonah Hill are two separate people!

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Jonah Hill, Actor: 21 Jump Street

Seth Rogen and Jonah Hill's friendship can best be explained by one film -- a little-seen 1996 comedy starring Tom Arnold called The Stupids. As Hill discusses the various hats he wears as an actor, comic, and writer, he randomly references a quoate from the movie: "I'm my own grandpa." Rogen instantly jumps on it, exclaiming, "Did you really just quote The Stupids?" then adding matter-of-factly, "You know, Brent Forrester wrote that." The two crack up at the nerdiness of this exchange, prompting Hill to explain, "You've just pinpointed why Seth and I are friends. I quoted one sentence of The Stupids -- " Rogen jumps in, "And I instantly knew what you were referring to and who the writer was."

10:08 -- You gotta love the presence of mind of the BourneUltimatum sound guy who picked up on Seth Rogen and Jonah Hill's DameJudi and Halle Berry act asking, "Do I get to kiss Halle Berry now."Adrian Brody, eat your heart out.