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Seth Rogen | EclipseMagazine
When a workaholic young executive (Kristen Bell), is left at the altar, she ends up on her Caribbean honeymoon cruise with the last person she ever expected: her estranged and equally workaholic father (Kelsey Grammer).
Seth Rogen’s Hilarity for Charity is a nonprofit movement, led by Seth Rogen and Lauren Miller Rogen, dedicated to raising awareness, inspiring change, and accelerating progress in Alzheimer’s care, research, and support through the engagement of millennials.
The 6th Annual Hilarity for Charity will be the first be televised and will premiere globally on Netflix on April 6th.
Future Man stars Josh Hutcherson (The Hunger Games) as “Josh Futturman,” a janitor by day/gamer by night who is recruited by mysterious visitors to travel through time in order to prevent the extinction of humanity.
Unfortunately, he is not The Last Starfighter!
The first season of future Man premieres on Hulu on November 14th.
With a new season of AMC’s brilliantly bloody hit Preacher coming this summer, fans (and the curious) can catch up on the show’s first season On Demand and on AMC.com from today through April 4th.
Beginning on April 5th, Preacher will be be streaming exclusively on Hulu.
Based on Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon’s popular ‘90’s cult comic, Preacher season one follows a West Texas preacher named Jesse Custer (Dominic Cooper), who is inhabited by the renegade spawn of an angel and demon and gains the power to control people with just a word.
Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg’s Sausage Party is the harrowing tale of the difference between the stories groceries tell themselves in the supermarket and what really happens to them when the ‘gods’ take them home.
Inside the abundant f-bombs and salacious humor, there are moments of nuanced thought and some scary depictions of human beings (all the more scary for being sorta kinda true).