Did Seth Rogen really smoke in Pineapple Express?
Rogen said they weren’t actually smoking weed in Pineapple Express, the 2008 stoner movie about two guys who get caught up in the crime of the century…or at least of the moment. His co-star James Franco plays a pot dealer and Rogen, one of his clients. The fake weed they smoke is “terrible.”
What’s the point of a cross joint?
Popularized by the 2008 movie Pineapple Express, a cross joint consists of two joints fitted together in the shape of a cross. This results in three ends which can be lit, and the consumer gets to enjoy the novel experience of smoking two joints at once.
Who invented the cross joint Pineapple Express?
Rogen kicked off his look back at “Pineapple Express” with the revelation that it was him and Goldberg who rolled all out of the joints seen on screen during the film. The actor explained that the two writers had to roll the joints because no one else on set could roll a joint properly.
How much of Pineapple Express was improvised?
Like Superbad, there’s some great improv in it, but Superbad is like 95 percent what we wrote. Pineapple Express is like 50 percent what we wrote, maybe 40 percent.
Why is it called Pineapple Express?
A well-known example of a strong atmospheric river is called the “Pineapple Express” because moisture builds up in the tropical Pacific around Hawaii and can wallop the U.S. and Canada’s West Coasts with heavy rainfall and snow.
Where is Pineapple Express based in?
Is Pineapple Express funny?
If a movie is to be judged based on whether or not it accomplishes its intended goal, then Pineapple Express is a success. This movie is SO funny. Rogen and Franco make an iconic and amazing duo, and this movie has action, friendship, comedy, and so many more things.
Who plays the drug dealer in Pineapple Express?
|Cast overview, first billed only:|
|Seth Rogen||…||Dale Denton|
|Gary Cole||…||Ted Jones|
What is Dale Denton’s job?
Rogen is Dale Denton, whose film noir-ish name fits his job as an L.A. process server.
Was Jonah Hill in Pineapple Express?
Now Franco (pictured, left) is unspooling some loose talk about bringing his weed-happy Pineapple Express character into the world of Superbad’s un-dynamic duo (played by Jonah Hill, center, and Michael […] Save this story for later.
When did Pineapple Express come out?
August 6, 2008 (USA)
Is Pineapple Express Rated R?
MPAA explanation: pervasive language, drug use, sexual references and violence.
How strong is Pineapple Express?
It usually tests between 14-18% THC content when in flower form — so it’s midrange in terms of potency. This creates a mellow all-day smoke for every level of user and above all a sweet, tropical, funky pineapple taste.