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Seth Rogen Reveals The One 'F**ked Up' Scene That Made Knocked Up Cast Vomit

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Seth Rogen Reveals The One 'F**ked Up' Scene That Made Knocked Up Cast Vomit
Seth Rogen Reveals The One 'F**ked Up' Scene That Made Knocked Up Cast Vomit (Alamy/Universal Pictures)

If there's any one movie which propelled Seth Rogen to stardom then it's got to be 2007's Knocked Up.

The film arguably turned Rogen from the guy who had bit-parts in Donnie Darko, Anchorman and The 40-Year-Old Virgin into a comedic leading man audiences would recognise and enjoy.

It's almost 15 years since Knocked Up was released and Rogen has gone on to enjoy huge success in that time, winning comedic praise for his parts in films such as Pineapple Express and This Is The End, while also gaining dramatic plaudits for his portrayal of Steve Wozniak in 2015's Steve Jobs.

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According to CinemaBlend, Rogen was asked about a scene in Knocked Up and the actor described it as 'f**ked up' to shoot, especially for his co-star Jay Baruchel.

Seth Rogen (Alamy)
Seth Rogen (Alamy)

The scene in question was the opening credits, which features clips of Rogen and Baruchel riding rollercoasters at Knott's Berry Farm along with fellow cast members Jason Segel and Martin Starr.

You might think getting to ride rollercoasters for work would be a fun day at the office, but Rogen has revealed it was nowhere near as fun an experience to film as audiences had watching it.

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He said: 'That day was f**ked up. And I think it’s in the movie.

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'Jay’s having a full-on panic attack. No, he’s not acting, he’s like "Get me outta this f**king thing." And then the rest of us had to ride it like f**king 10 more times or some s**t like that.

'And we’re doing the f**king falling thing. Jay was like having a nervous breakdown, like Jason was on oxygen, I was half passed out, half-vomiting, on dramamine all day.'

Seth Rogen in Knocked Up (Universal Pictures)
Seth Rogen in Knocked Up (Universal Pictures)
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Baruchel has a phobia of rollercoasters and took much persuasion to get on one for the movie, and even then he would only ride it once.

His Knocked Up co-stars found the experience just as unpleasant as behind the scenes footage revealed they had to ride it several times to get the necessary shots, with producers having to ask for extra sick bags to look after the cast.

There were also jokes about the absence of fellow star Jonah Hill, who managed to avoid spending all day riding rollercoasters.

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