That's why there's Twitter!
Franco was late to the party, but thankfully we got tons of interesting nuggets from Rogen!
But be warned... they are literally ALL spoilers!
So, here's what we learned from their live tweets:
This is one special movie.
And the most powerful leader in the world acknowledged it as such!
And while the President is a fan of Richard Linklater's nearly three hour epic movie Boyhood, Michelle is actually a fan of another, less participated in, kind of entertainment…
You don't want to make her angry!
Shonda Rimes is NOT happy with the media these days as she believes they've downplayed some of the racist stuff from Amy Pascal's emails that were leaked in that big Sony hack!
The emails between Amy and Scott Rudin about President Barack Obama involved them guessing what his favorite movies are and they estimated some would be Django Unchained and The Butler and the context was Barack would like these because both movies had African American lead actors.
Well, Shonda did not like these one bit and took these two to task on Twitter and tweeted out
This is truly a matter of national security.
The most reputable news source in the land, The National Enquirer, has made a lot of crazy assertions in the past.
The now viral front page that claims our commander in chief banged this One Direction heartthrob is (regrettably) a hoax.
However, in case you're wondering if there was any truth to this fake headline, Harry decided to break his silence and comment on these false (and fake) allegations:
All of this wild behavior from Creed's Scott Stapp just keeps getting crazier!
Scott's wife, Jaclyn, and his sister-in-law placed a call to 9-1-1 call asking for help from law enforcement after the 41-year-old vocalist was bicycling around his Florida neighborhood shirtless, carrying two backpacks full of tools and 400-600 pages of printed CIA documents.
According to the call, Stapp believes he is a targeted CIA agent whose mission is to assassinate
Scott Rudin's face must be redder than an apple floating on a sea of ketchup. That's a saying, right? LOLz!
In an embarrassing back and forth about President Obama, Amy asks Scott:
When we heard Stephen Colbert was leaving his long-running Comedy Central show, we thought no one could replace him.
But it turns out someone is brave enough to give it a shot!
Of course, when you're the leader of the free world, things like national television probably seem less daunting.
See Barack Obama knock the incumbent Colbert out of his seat and take of the Colbert Report for Monday's very special The Word segment (below)!