Seth Rogen Tweeted A Ton Of Awesome ‘Superbad’ Facts In Honor Of The Film’s 10th Anniversary

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Seth Rogen co-wrote Superbad with his best friend Evan Goldberg all the way back in high school. It was a huge launching pad for Jonah Hill and Michael Cera’s film careers, and it’s one of the best ensemble comedy casts ever. It’s hard to believe that it’s been 10 years since that film hit theaters, but Seth Rogen took to Twitter last night to tweet out a ton of random Superbad facts including how the cast of MTV’s Jersey Shore stole the phrase ‘DTF’ from the film.

Seth was tweeting all of these facts because yesterday marked 10 years since Superbad hit theaters, and it’s amazing that he has been sitting on all of these factoids for so damn long:

After reading through all of that I’m actually kind of pissed right now that there isn’t a Superbad marathon on TV. If FX or MTV was smart, they would’ve fired up a 24-hour marathon of Superbad and the other films written by Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen.

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