Wow! It's finally here!
And it looks like we were right! The duo did collaborate on an editorial for the latest issue!
Kimmy and Kara Cara pose for the cover with wet hair, eyebrows on fleek, and completely bare faces.
[Image via Instagram.]
Looks like this has snowballed into WAY more than Seth Rogen bargained for!
Suffice it to say, people were NOT happy about it.
Well, Seth tried to clarify what he actually meant by that tweet, but people didn't really listen.
So, the Interview actor took to the Twitterverse AGAIN to let everyone know what he really meant.
He shared a picture along with the words:
This weekend, The Interview be available on your phone/tablet/laptop as Netflix will have the controversial flick available for streaming THIS SATURDAY!
That's right, freedom lovers! The movie that almost never was will be available THIS WEEKEND!
Sadly, the exciting news ONLY applies to customers in the U.S. and Canada! SORRY EUROPE!
Considering all of the hoops and hurdles this movie had to jump through just to be released, it's pretty crazy to think it will be available to MILLIONS of viewers less than a month later!
USA! USA! USA!
UPDATE: Seth has since tweeted a follow-up to his original American Sniper post, saying:
I just said something "kinda reminded" me of something else. I actually liked American Sniper. It just reminded me of the Tarantino scene.
— Seth Rogen (@Sethrogen) January 19, 2015
American Sniper is a huge hit with fans AND critics.
But there are those out there with a second opinion, and Seth Rogen is apparently happy to lead the cinematic slams against the movie.
Believe it or not, there are a lot of people out there that think Sony faked the terrorist threats from North Korea in order to create a fake controversy around The Interview.
Obviously, this is a pretty far-fetched conspiracy theory, considering all the trouble and work that would go into keeping it a secret from the FBI and the American people.
But still the idea persists, mainly we think because these "Sony truthers" aren't looking at the numbers involved.
According to National Association of Theater Owners Vice President Patrick Corcoran, Sony actually lost money on the debacle - a LOT of money. He said:
The shortlist for The Razzies, the 2015 Golden Raspberry Awards for the worst in film, has once again been leaked.
Frankly, we think the film is getting a bad rap here. It totally succeeded in what it was trying to be: a silly, raunchy comedy!
Sure, it almost started World War III, but it was funny!
Oh well! Check out the full list (below) and tell us if U agree!