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Lizzy Caplan joins Seth Rogen and Joseph Gordon-Levitt in Christmas comedy

08.08.2014
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Director Jonathan Levin (50/50, WARM BODIES) is bringing Seth Rogen and Joseph Gordon-Levitt back together for his currently UNTITLED CHRISTMAS EVE picture. Joining the two will be the Falcon himself, Anthony Mackie. The story centers around a group of friends who have made it a tradition to meet up every year on Christmas Eve in New York City. Joining this gang will be Lizzy Caplan, who also happens to be acting alongside Rogen in his next flick, THE INTERVIEW.

As I much as I love the bromance Seth Rogen has going on in films like PINEAPPLE EXPRESS and THIS IS THE END, the relationship he had with Joe Gordon-Levitt in 50/50 was not only funny and touching, but authentic. For those people expecting another raunchy comedy from him, it caught them off-guard in the best way possible. He wasn't exactly casted against type but it worked in the film's favor. I look forward to Jonathan Levine bringing that kind of heart to his latest picture.

Lizzy Caplan and Seth Rogen's next film, THE INTERVIEW, will be released on Christmas Day.

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11:11PM on 08/08/2014
Apparently Rogen liked working with her enough on The Interview. I'm looking forward to seeing her as straight woman to Rogen and Franco in that one.
Apparently Rogen liked working with her enough on The Interview. I'm looking forward to seeing her as straight woman to Rogen and Franco in that one.
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3:43PM on 08/08/2014
Three Jewish actors and a Jewish director making a Christmas comedy.... Irony...
Three Jewish actors and a Jewish director making a Christmas comedy.... Irony...
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5:37PM on 08/08/2014
That struck me as odd, too. Not necessarily Levine, but let's just say I hadn't expected to see Seth Rogen in a Christmas comedy, since most of the characters he plays are also Jewish.
That struck me as odd, too. Not necessarily Levine, but let's just say I hadn't expected to see Seth Rogen in a Christmas comedy, since most of the characters he plays are also Jewish.
3:32PM on 08/08/2014
50/50 was a real gem of a film, so because of that I'm very much looking forward to this next outing.
50/50 was a real gem of a film, so because of that I'm very much looking forward to this next outing.
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