“He laughs too loud, and he’s [messing] up my hearing in my right ear,” the filmmaker said at the premiere of the R-rated apocalypse flick in Westwood on Monday evening. “I’m not joking at all. The hearing in my right ear is about 25 to 50% worse than in my left.”
Fortunately, Rogen knows how to make fun of himself -- after all, that’s the conceit of “This Is the End,” in which the actor and friends
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Robinson, Baruchel and Rogen -- all perceived as teddy bears -- were supposed to act more selfish on screen. As for Hill, he was initially supposed to have the same flippant demeanor as his character in “Superbad,” but the actor took things in a different direction -- instead pretending to be what Goldberg describes as “super, super nice.”
Perhaps not surprisingly, Franco -- the actor-writer-director-poet-professor-soap opera star was the most willing to toy with his image.
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“Franco was probably the most self-aware. He’s kind of the guy who dances with doing weird meta [stuff] in the first place,” said Rogen, who turned up on the red carpet smelling decidedly of marijuana. (“There’s a chance,” he said of the scent, “I came in a limo with a lot of friends who were definitely smoking a lot of weed.”)
The odor of pot also wafted through the air at the after-party at the W Hotel. Like at most Hollywood bashes, dozens of celebrities rubbed elbows: