Seth Rogen has joined Twitter... at least for a little while, anyway.
The veteran actor and comedian started using the micro-messaging service on Thursday as part of an effort to promote his upcoming charity event, Hilarity for Charity, which takes place on January 13th in LA.
Rogen immediately joined the growing corps of celebrities who use the platform to start political firestorms, sending out a number of charged tweets about billionaire and war (Modern Warfare and Batman, in Arkham Asylum for Playstation 3), alien lifeforms (Screech in "Saved By The Bell"), the war on drugs (smoking meth in "Breaking Bad") and a religion (Zelda, his Jewish dog).
Rogen, whose film "50/50" earned multiple Golden Globe nominations earlier this month, just signed on to produce and potentially star in the Disney film "B-Team."
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