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Tuesday 29 July 2014

Mintz-Plasse: Rogen's so inspiring

Christopher Mintz-Plasse loves working with Seth Rogen

Christopher Mintz-Plasse has revealed that Seth Rogen is "so inspiring".

The Kick-Ass 2 star will reunite with the Canadian actor on the upcoming comedy Neighbours, formerly known as Townies, following their collaborations on Superbad and This Is The End.

"He's amazing. I'm so grateful he let me into that kind of group. He's one of the smarter people I've worked with so to keep working with him and watching him is very inspiring," he said.

"I'm very lucky that he keeps asking me to come back," he added.

Neighbours, directed by Nicholas Stoller, also stars Zac Efron, Dave Franco, Rose Byrne, Lisa Kudrow and Craig Roberts.

"It's a college frat movie. Seth and Rose play a married couple with a newborn baby who move into a house, and then Zac, Dave and myself are in a fraternity and we move in next door. We go to war with each other and comedy ensues," Christopher explained.

Neighbours will be released in UK cinemas in March 2014.

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