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What Seth Rogen Regrets About Superbad

We live in an era where every Hollywood film is judged upon just how politically correct it is. Some might believe that this has gone way too far, but it has undoubtedly made people more sensitive to what might offend others. And Seth Rogen has now admitted that, looking back, several of his films could probably be criticized for crossing the line. Especially in Superbad, when it comes to its use of homophobic language. Seth Rogen made this admission while talking to The Guardian ahead of the release of Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising, noting that there are some jokes in Superbad ...
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