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So what better way to chat with the two stars of mother-son comedy The Guilt Trip (out TODAY people!) than by having OUR very own mother conduct the interview!
Ch-ch-check out the ADORBZ encounter (above)!
Seth and Babz dish on what it was like to be stuck in a small car together for WEEKS, discuss whether or not Seth was intimidated to work with such a "legend," AND they compare the differences of peanut size between milk and dark chocolate M&Ms!
What an incredible honor! SO many hearts for these wonderful, talented, entertaining human beings!
Seth Rogen: This is Perez Hilton’s mother!
Barbra Streisand: Are you kidding me?
SR: You’re from Cuba! Nice to meet you!
BS: Where’s Perez himself?
Momma Perez: He’s working here in LA.
SE: What do you call him?
MP: Mario Armando. By the way here is a little something.
BS: Oh my god… Sake?! Thank you!
SR: Sake? Thank you very much! I’ll take that. That’s hilarious … I will be sipping this throughout the day.
BS: That’s very sweet, thank you Perez… I mean Mario Armando! Gracias.
MP: You both have very good chemistry. I really believe you were mother and son. How was it working together?
SR: It was great working together.
SR: Yeah! She’s like my mother in a lot of ways I think…
BS: Well I’m a good actress.
SR: Exactly. It was like making a movie with my mother. Which is a lot like going on a road trip with your mother.
MP: How many hours did you both spend shooting in that little car?
SR: We spent a week in the car, maybe a little bit more.
BS: That’s all?
SR: Maybe two weeks in the car?
BS: We had two weeks actually outside on the streets too!
SR: Yeah, so a few weeks in the car, all together… it was kinda nice in the car. I kinda liked it.
BS: We loved the car!
SR:Yeah! We loved the car. We felt safe in the car.
BS: When you were driving…
MP: Seth, were you nervous to work with Barbra?
SR: Uh, no not really
BS: Lie. Lie.
SR: Exactly. It was horribly intimidating working with a legend. Uh, I didn’t know what to expect, honestly, but I assumed she would be fun. You know, she seemed like she’s awesome and, yeah, it was great.
MP: Barbra, you recently toured with your son Jason. Was your trip anything like this movie?
SR: You did just kind of go on a trip with your son.
BS: Yeah, but we didn’t go in a car together, you know, every day. But I was able to see him and kiss him, and actually it was very sweet because I’m afraid to touch his hair. He hates when I touch his hair, but I like it when it’s a certain curly way, and so forth. So it’s still the same thing as if he was a little boy, you know?
MP: In the movie, Joyce’s favorite candy is M&Ms, like me…
BS: M&M Peanuts… they made it peanuts. His real mother was the M&Ms, but I love M&M Peanuts, so I wanted to enjoy my M&Ms. We even tried dark chocolate M&M Peanuts, but they didn’t have the same peanut taste for some reason.
BS: The peanuts got smaller in the dark chocolate ones.
SR: They use a smaller peanut.
BS: Even though those are healthier…
SR: That’s probably why. They scale down the nut size.
MP:It was a pleasure to meet both of you!
SR:Thank you so much!