Things are heating up so fast!
According to Us Weekly, Swift is on cloud nine right now:
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James Corden has a lot of love for musicals and after seeing the Grease crosswalk musical that went viral, the late night host decided to do his own street production of The Lion King!
But Corden couldn't do it by himself so he got a whole troupe together — including Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising stars Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne!
The comedian got a bit power hungry though as he cast himself as the lead, praised Rose's acting abilities, and basically crapped all over Seth as he made him play background and set pieces. LOLz!
Ch-ch-check out James' incredible crosswalk version of The Lion King (below) and let us know what other musical you'd love to see on a crosswalk!
While promoting Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising, Zac stopped by Late Night Thursday, where he revealed to Seth Meyers the first-ever meeting between himself and the Pineapple Express star.
While the rising High School Musical star was fangirling, Zac's future costar totally admitted to hating his beautiful guts!
Ch-ch-check out the interview (below) and see Seth & Zac team up once again in Neighbors 2 in theaters now!
To help promote the flick, Rogen stopped by The Tonight Show last night to chat it up with Jimmy Fallon — who found video of some of Rogen's earliest standup!
Fallon was even able to convince the Knocked Up star to return to the stage, helping him tell some MORE jokes written by kids — this time from the ages of 5 to 10 years old!
Ch-ch-check out Seth and Jimmy telling some surprisingly funny jokes written by children (below) and as well as a clip from Rogen's teenage stand up years!
We're only a day away from Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising opening and we couldn't be more excited because we get Zac Efron's abs back where they belong — on the big screen!
To help promote the comedy sequel, the 28-year-old stopped by The Tonight Show last night to chat it up with Jimmy Fallon and play a little game of Water War!
While the actor got pretty soaked — take a minute to just enjoy that — he also brought back a childhood hairstyle thanks to Fallon busting out some wigs, showed off his impression of his costar Seth Rogen, and talked Neighbors 2!
Ch-ch-check out the wet game as well as Efron's CRAZY childhood hairstyle and his AH-Mazing Rogen impression (below)!
Even if you're not a fan of Miley Cyrus, you probably know that she LOVES to wag her tongue!
Well Tuesday night, the Wrecking Ball singer got to make some more silly faces as she stopped by The Tonight Show and had some fun recreating kids' wacky expressions with Jimmy Fallon!
But the fun didn't stop there, as Cyrus also revealed that one of her kneecaps looks like Seth Rogen and the 23-year-old threw out some smack talk about coaching — and winning — next season of The Voice!
Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazingly HIGHlarious interview for yourself (below)!
Lauren Miller Rogen is a funny lady, but she's pretty damn serious about Alzheimer's.
The actress and screenwriter, who is married to star Seth Rogen, cofounded Hilarity For Charity specifically to raise awareness (and therefore research funding) for the degenerative disease that affected her mother.
She writes in a poignant new essay:
"I have long advocated that Alzheimer's should be more prominent in movies and TV so that it can be destigmatized and humanized in the same way that cancer and HIV/AIDS have been. In order for Alzheimer's to receive the funding it needs and deserves, it needs to be understood by the millions of people who think memory loss is a normal part of aging (it's not) or even funny (it's definitely not)."
Not wanting to prejudge the material, Lauren tracked down the Black List script, which she thought was actually "well-written" even if it "does not portray the disease in an accurate way."
But there's something far more troubling, Lauren writes, than the movie. She explains:
Seth Rogen has churned out a LOT of comedies over the past ten years, but even he admits that some of his jokes haven't aged as well as others!
Specifically, the 2007 comedy Superbad, which featured a few controversial jokes Rogen admitted border "on blatantly homophobic."
In a new interview with The Guardian to promote his new film Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising, the 34-year-old noted that some jokes can grow less appropriate over time.
Sitting alongside costar Chloe Moretz, he explained: