"Just a few weeks ago, [co-writer Evan Goldberg and I] laid out our outline for the movie to the studio, and before the phone call, Evan and I were like, 'This is not like any superhero movie -- they might just hate that,' " Rogen recalled. " 'It's not using any of the normal superhero movie formats. It's not an origin story. It's more like a regular action movie.' [But] they really liked it and told us to go for it."
So hold onto your green fedoras, Hornet fans! The comedian told MTV News that he's getting buff for his starring role as the flick's titular character. Well, sort of.
"You should believe that I can do some physical activity," Rogen laughed. "You have to believe I can do something."