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How appropriate: The last movie rented from a Blockbuster was This Is the End.

In which Ben Wyatt auditions for Jim on The Office, and we all swoon. (Plus, Seth Rogen as Dwight! We can’t believe it either!)

In which Hollywood asks us to watch as it finally consumes its own tail.

Seth Rogen is The Dude, man! He’ll be taking over Jeff Bridges’ iconic role in Jason Reitman’s Big Lebowski live-read tonight. The reading will also feature Christina Hendricks as Maude Lebowski, Rainn Wilson as Walter Sobchak, Jason Alexander (from Seinfeld, not from marrying Britney Spears) as the Big Lebowski himself, and Nick Kroll, Hank Azaria, and Fred Savage as everyone else.

We know you’re excited, but could you please keep your voices down? This is a family restaurant.

The upcoming dramedy 50/50 stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt as a cancer patient and Seth Rogen (who’s also producing) as—what else—his loutish friend. ”Often with films about cancer I think, ‘You made something sad seem sad for two hours. Congratulations!”’ Rogen told EW. ”The real challenge is to make it seem anything but completely miserable.”

Here’s our first look at the movie.

I totally believe there are aliens out there. I don’t think they’ll come visiting. Space ships, abductions, anal probing — that’s when it starts to get a little loopy. I reckon it is a moment of massive arrogance assuming we are the only life in the universe or that, if they do exist, their first order of business is to come here, kidnap us and stick things in our orifices. They’re probably on their planet talking about us and the horrible things we would do to them if we invaded. Wouldn’t it be great if they were making movies about us called Simon? It’s entirely possible.

Simon Pegg on whether he thinks the truth is out there. We also asked Nick Frost, Jane Lynch, Seth Rogen, Jeffry Tambor, Bill Hader, and Jason Bateman to weigh in—here’s what they had to say.

Seth Rogen: “I will say that John Daley still believed in Santa Claus when we filmed the pilot.”
John Francis Daley: “I also didn’t have pubic hair.”

Our report from PaleyFest’s Freaks and Geeks/Undeclared reunion.

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