I'm an actor, and I just wanted to tell you that I really love your work. "And I was like, ' Yes, I'm 100 percent serious.' And he goes, ' Aw, man, I just wanted to hate you.' And I'm like, ' Seth, I get it.
And thank you for everything you've done.' " Rogen looked up in shock. I don't even like myself at this point.' " Several years later, when Rogen was working with writers Andrew J.
I saw that [the homeless man] was carrying some sort of a knife, or shank, and I got out of the car to disarm him.
At some point, he dropped the knife, and I got hit pretty hard in the face -- and almost instantly the police were there to break up the fight." After that, the two friends went home.
And that responsibility, to some degree, involves being a role model.
At the same time, I'm a human being, and I've made a lot of mistakes.
"The best part of the shoot by far was hanging out with Seth and the guys," he says. Drive home, and the sun's up, go to sleep and then get back to set. It sort of became real." It didn't help that Efron broke his hand during a fight sequence with Dave Franco, who plays his best friend. He kept going for a while, and slowly his hand was getting very swollen. We were budgeting what it would cost and writing it into the [script]. We didn't change our shooting schedule at all." Adds Rogen: "A lot of actors are looking at any opportunity to not do their very easy job.
"We were having trouble finding somewhere -- a lot of places were closed -- and the car ran out of gas off the 110. We had to pull over, and I called Uber." While waiting, "A homeless guy, or vagrant, tapped on the driver's-side window.
Before I knew it, he [the friend] was out of the car, and they started fighting.
Cohen and Brendan O' Brien on -like fraternity that moves in next door to Rogen and his onscreen wife (Rose Byrne).
"We met with him and pitched the idea -- there was no script yet," says Rogen.