Rogen wants Bad Neighbours sequel
Seth Rogen has hinted that there might be a sequel to his film Bad Neighbours.
The comedy, which stars Seth and Rose Byrne as a couple with a young baby whose lives are disrupted when a rowdy fraternity led by Zac Efron moves in next door, has gone down a storm at the box office and the actor said he is already considering a follow up, reported Variety.
Speaking at a conference in the US, Seth said: "We (producing partners Evan Goldberg and James Weaver) are having a lot of discussions."
The star, who was discussing his producing career at the event, added: "Getting a movie made is far harder than making a movie. Getting the money is the hardest thing."
Seth also suggested that he would continue to focus on lower-budget films and comedies.
He recalled that he and Evan didn't enjoy 2011 superhero film The Green Hornet, saying: "We learned not to make 200 million dollar movies.
"It's more fun working on stuff that makes me laugh all day," he added.