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Thursday 25 December 2014

Rogen and Goldberg Sell Out comedy

Seth Rogen is producing a new comedy with pal Evan Goldberg
Seth Rogen is producing a new comedy with pal Evan Goldberg

Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are set to reunite for new comedy Sell Out.

The pair will be producing the film based on a novella by Saturday Night Live writer Simon Rich, according to The Wrap.

Sell Out is about a fictional version of writer Simon who meets his great great grandfather, preserved in brine after an accident at a pickling factory.

His ancestor struggles to understand Simon's life working on scripts in hipster-filled Brooklyn.

Seth is not signed up to star in the film, but will be producing alongside Evan.

Together, they wrote and directed apocalyptic, star-filled comedy This Is The End, due out later this summer.

Seth is currently filming Townies, a comedy with Zac Efron and Rose Byrne about a university student who clashes with a local family, due out in 2014.

He is also due to lend his voice to the character of Mantis in Kung Fu Panda again for the third film in the franchise that will be released in 2015.

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