‘Good Boys’ Stars Share What Seth Rogen Taught Them About Comedy
Published on Aug 16, 2019
Twelve years after coming-of-age comedy “Superbad” shot Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg to superstardom, the creative duo introduced the new generation of comedic talent with the debut of “Good Boys” at the Regency Village Theatre in Westwood, Calif., on Wednesday night.
“Working with people who aren’t jaded yet by years in Hollywood is always a good time,” Goldberg told Variety.
“It’s nice to think we might be the ones who jade them,” Rogen chimed in, before producer James Weaver added, “We’re not going to have to deal with the jading, unless there’s a sequel, which I hope happens.”
Rogen and Goldberg produced the film, which follows three innocent tweens as they go on an adventure to escape punishment and make a name for themselves among the popular crowd in the sixth grade — while armed with their parents’ sex toys. The friends, who call themselves “The Bean Bag Boys,
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Author: BreAnna Bell