According to Kansas’ KMBC News, Wichita, Kansas police were perplexed when three bags of Marijuana in their storage facility were torn open with some of the evidence gone missing.
The police department first thought that someone had tampered with the evidence. But after a quick investigation, they came to the conclusion that the police facility was also home to a couple of stoner mice.
The mice had chewed through the bags, nested in them and then ate some of the weed. The incident is not totally uncommon because of weed’s strong scent.
The kicker in this story had to be that the police felt compelled to create suspect renderings to alert the public of these wanted fugitives.
The whole ordeal sounds like the next Seth Rogan stoner comedy, which (in my mind) should be a mix between Disney’s Ratatouille, Pineapple Express, and for added creepiness and drama, The Brave Little Toaster. You can send the cheque to me, Rogan, when Judd Apatow decides to pick up the project.
Comedy actor Seth Rogan recently sat down for a revealing chat with the king of radio, Howard Stern.
Usually when stars do interviews with this radio show host, they’re not always on their best behaviour. The “Knocked Up” star recalls the time he peed in a Snapple bottle while he was idling his car in Tom Cruise’s driveway.
“I was so uncomfortable,” Seth said. “I wanted to do something funny”.
You can watch his marvelous storytelling in the video below.
James Franco is in talks to star in “The Game,” a MGM adaptation based upon Neil Strauss’ New York Times bestseller about picking up women.
According to THR, the actor-author-writer-director-unsatisfied Oscar host-student-man about town-seeker-performance artist-soap star is in the early stages of negotiations of Strauss’ “part memoir, part how-to guide” of how to get laid. He would be taking on the role of Mystery, whom you might remember from having his own VH1 reality show apply named The Pick Up Artist. That’s the show in which he taught clueless schlubs how to cast their lines out and reel in the ladies.
As we reported, he’s also in talks to play Hugh Hefnor and is set to play himself in The Apocalypse, the directorial debut of Seth Rogan and Evan Goldberg which shoots this spring.
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Short snippets of the video have been circulating around on TV and online, and the short-film does not disappoint. Featuring a battle-royale of sorts between the 1986 Beasties (Danny McBridge, Seth Rogan and Elijah Wood) dueling the future Beasties (John C. Reilly, Jack Black and Will Ferrell) and their acid-tripping rampage. Along the way, run in’s with various famous faces: Stanley Tucci, Jason Schwartzman, Susan Sarandon, Ted Danson, Mary Steenburgen, Jason Bateman, Amy Poehler, David Cross, Kirsten Dunst, Steve Buscemi, Rashida Jones, Rainn Wilson, Maya Rudolph and Chloe Sevigny. Oh yes, Orlando Bloom drops in for the shenanigans also.
Adam Yauch wrote and directed the footage of the trio’s short film and music video, in connection with his indie film company Oscilloscope Laboratories.
“Normally the song is king and the footage has to kind of bow down to it. With this I flipped it,” he said, explaining how he used sound effects and toyed with the track’s tempo to fit the narrative, such as it is.
The group’s ninth album, “Hot Sauce Committee Part Two,” is due May 3.