01:07 AM EDT 12/03/2013
Originally posted 11/30/2013 09:30AM
Last week, readers were furious over Kanye West and Kim Kardashian's racy "Bound 2" video. But this week, readers found humor in James Franco and Seth Rogen's parody, "Bound 3 (Vague)."
They also expressed sadness for Malin Akerman, who's divorcing her husband.
Check out the five stories that got the strongest reactions from PEOPLE readers this week.
Originally posted 11/26/2013 08:15AM
Originally posted 09/02/2013 04:45PM
For the Comedy Central roast of James Franco, the writer/actor/director/producer was braced for tasteless jokes at his expense. What he didn't know was that all the roasters were fair game, too.
"I've never watched one of these roasts. I chose not to research this so I had no idea that they were going to be roasting each other [too]. I thought I'd be sitting here for two hours bearing the brunt of it so it was a huge relief," Franco said. "I had a great time. Everybody was awesome, solid."
Before it airs Monday on Comedy Central (10 p.m. ET), we've selected some of the best zingers and put-downs to add some sizzle to your Labor Day.
Originally posted 09/01/2013 10:15AM
Zac Efron must be drinking light beer.
The former High School Musical star shows off his fit torso, including washboard abs and perfect pecs, in a new still from his upcoming movie Neighbors.
The 25-year-old plays the head of a frat house who doesn't exactly get along with the couple next door (played by Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne) in the comedy, which is due out next May.
Originally posted 05/01/2013 07:20PM
On-set romances are commonplace in Hollywood. But the latest big costar infatuation is less The Notebook and more Beauty and the Beast.
Seth Rogen shares the screen with the stunning Rose Byrne in the upcoming comedy Townies. But surprisingly, he has his eye on another actor entirely.
"Zac Efron is incredibly handsome," Rogen, 31, told reporters recently at the second annual Hilarity For Charity House Party in Los Angeles. "He's the sexiest [expletive] on the planet!"
Originally posted 02/25/2012 09:00AM
An Oscar would be nice and all, but Seth Rogen says he's already "won the one award" he's longed to earn.
"I've won it twice, and that is High Times magazine's Stoner of the Year," Rogen, 29, says. "I actually lost to James Franco eventually."
The funnyman, who goes on to say he'd "rather host the Oscars than win an Oscar," gets his first big hosting gig at the Independent Spirit Awards on Saturday, airing on IFC at 10 p.m.
Originally posted 12/15/2011 03:00PM
It's been a banner year for Seth Rogen.
Just a few months after saying "I do" to longtime girlfriend Lauren Miller, the funnyman's latest film 50/50 got nominated for a Golden Globe on Thursday – a first for the actor, who says he's "never been in a movie" where he thought he'd be nominated for a major award.
But don't add parenthood to the list of upcoming milestones for the newlywed, 29, and his wife.
Responding with a firm "no" when asked if kids were in the cards, Rogen added with a laugh, "We have a dog. That's good for now."
Originally posted 10/03/2011 09:30AM
His movie came out Friday, but that is far from the most exciting thing Seth Rogen had going on this weekend.
The 50/50 star tied the knot with his longtime girlfriend, writer Lauren Miller, in Sonoma County, Calif., on Sunday, PEOPLE has learned.
The wedding took place in front of family and friends overlooking a vineyard. Guests included Rogen's frequent costars Jonah Hill Adam Sandler, Paul Rudd, among others.
Rogen, 29, and Miller, 30, have been a couple since meeting in 2004, when he was a staff writer on The Ali G Show. They have been engaged since September of last year.
Originally posted 11/09/2010 10:30AM
Little did Seth Rogen know that the engagement ring he bought for Lauren Miller would end up working best as a nipple ring.
Rogen, 28, had grand plans for the proposal but claims he had to improvise when he raced into the room to pop the question only to realize his actress girlfriend was topless.
"She was in our closet, changing, and she was literally only in her underpants," Rogen told Conan O'Brien on his brand new TBS talk show Monday. "I had already kind of started [to propose]. … I didn't picture it like this, and I know she didn't picture it like this."
Originally posted 11/09/2010 09:45AM
After all the buildup, Conan O'Brien's return to television on TBS Monday night was a modest, lowkey and slightly awkward affair – Seth Rogen, the first celebrity guest on what is now called Conan, was promoting The Green Hornet, a movie that doesn't even open until January. Both he and O'Brien seemed aware that they had committed an unstated, inexplicable breach of talk-show protocol. It was as if Rogen had been expected to bring coffee cake and instead showed up with a plate of uncooked ribs.
But O'Brien is still dealing with the fallout of the past year's talk-show battle with NBC and his former home, The Tonight Show. Moving to TBS at 11 p.m. ET, he's a bit like one of those Shakespearean princes who get bounced from their kingdom and have to reestablish their court on an island or in a forest or on a cul de sac. His charm, intelligence and humor will probably win out. Here are three encouraging signs that Conanian silliness will live on:
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