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Seth Rogen Talks "Bound 2" Parody And Hilarity For Charity Project

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02/17/2014 7:02 pm
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Chessie Rae Reiss Staff Writer @ChessiRose

On February 17, funny man Seth Rogen phoned into On Air with Ryan Seacrest, where the two talked about Valentine’s Day, Rogen and Franco’s “Bound 2” parody, and most importantly, Rogen’s charity Hilarity for Charity. Seacrest asked, “Did you survive Valentine’s Day on Friday?” Rogen replied, “I did. It went very well, luckily over the ten years I’ve been with my wife, I’ve set a very low standard or expectation, where almost any gesture is seen as a miracle.  I recommend that to everyone in long term relationships.”  Sage advice. Seacrest proceeded to ask about the parody video “Bound 3” that Rogen did with friend and co-star James Franco. The video is a shot for shot remake of Kayne’s “Bound 2” music video, which stars Kim Kardashian.  In the parody Franco plays Kayne, and Rogen plays Kim. In the original video, Kayne and Kim make out atop a motorcycle, which, of course, Rogen and Franco also had to recreate. Rogen said, “We were filming a movie together and the video came out and we were literally just like hanging out on-set watching it and we were like, ‘I bet we could recreate this.’ That was mostly what it was… and once we figured out, we were like ‘we could do it shot for shot’.”  And, they did. Rogen recently teamed up with the Alzheimer’s Association to create Hilarity for Charity. “It was really to get young people off their butts and doing something that maybe contributed something to the world in some capacity instead of just playing video games all day,” Rogen explained. “So, we decided to try and come up with a program where people can hold their own charity events at their colleges through any group they want…  It was an idea my wife had actually, it’s a very unique idea, but I think it’s a good one, if I was in school it might be the one thing that motivated me to do something.” Hilarity for Charity is currently holding a competition where the college that raises the most money prior to the middle of April will get Rogen to come to their school, show his new movie Neighbors, and hang out for an evening. For more information, head over to Hilarity for Charity's official website.

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