Comic-Con 2010 Interview: Seth Rogen from The Green Hornet
by Alex Billington
July 24, 2010
I think it's becoming my biennial Comic-Con tradition to interview Seth Rogen at the Con. He's a big comic book fan which means he loves coming down here for the Con anyway, but it's always great to catch up with him. The first time I interviewed him was in 2008 for Pineapple Express, which was a great experience, and now he's back again for The Green Hornet, which Sony featured at their panel last night. I caught up with Seth before the panel at a hotel and chatted with him about working on The Green Hornet, now that we've actually seen the trailer for it. It's a very quick 6-minute chat with Rogen that I think is worth checking out!
Watch my short new Comic-Con 2010 interview with actor/writer Seth Rogen from The Green Hornet:
After debuting an extended version of the trailer to kick-off The Green Hornet panel, Sony brought out the big guns to convince naysayers that the release date delay for post-production 3D conversion was worth it. Surprisingly, this is the best 3D conversion I've seen to date. I'm sure it helps that Rogen and Gondry had always intended to shoot in 3D, but simply couldn't convince the studio until after the fact. In this clip, a fight scene between Kato, Britt and some street thugs, the 3D is masterfully used with the trippy visuals. Even the action genre has something to learn from the visionary and often wacky mind of Michel Gondry!
Thanks to Sony for arranging this interview during Comic-Con. Stay tuned for more on The Green Hornet.