Seth Rogen talked about his professional relationship with the frequent star and collaborator James Franco. He said he has no plans to cooperate with him after allegations of sexual misconduct .
In an interview with The Sunday Times, Rogen talked about these allegations and his opening monologue on Saturday Night Live in 2014, in which he joked about a 17-year-old girl about Buddha Lango sent a message directly on Instagram to let her meet allegations.
“I decided to prank James Franco,” Logan said in the monologue. “I pretended to be a girl on Instagram and told him that I was still young. He seemed expressionless. I had a date to meet him at the Ace Hotel.”
“What I can say is that I despise abuse and harassment, and I will never cover up or cover up someone doing this, nor will I deliberately place someone in such a surrounding environment,”
Allegations of Franco’s sexual misconduct were again charged in 2018, when several students at his former acting school accused him of intimidating them into sex. The allegations that Franco denied turned into a lawsuit, which was resolved in February. Despite the allegations, Logan said in past interviews that he will continue to work with Franco-but Logan said the situation has changed.
Rogen said: “I also reviewed the 2018 interview. I commented that I will continue to work with James. The truth is that I haven’t yet, and I don’t plan to do it now.”
Rogen confirmed that his professional relationship with Franco appeared to have ended, which was not a “coincidence,” and stated that the allegations also affected their personal friendship.
Logan said of their friendship: “I don’t know if I can define this in this interview now.” “I can say, well, you know, it changed many things in our relationship and dynamics.”
Logan responded to The Times’ comments that the situation “must be painful”, “Yes. But it’s not as painful and difficult as many other people involved. In this case, I don’t feel sorry for myself.”
Representatives of Logan and Franco did not immediately respond speciesRequest for comment.