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SDCC: Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg Unveil ‘The Green Hornet’s’ Car

Cinematical recently watched the unveiling of the car that Seth Rogen will be driving as he plays the Green Hornet in Sony Picture’s 2010 summer film, The Green Hornet. According to Rogen, they looked at a lot of updated cars in presentations from different manufacturers, but in the end it didn’t feel right. So they’re bringing back the original Black Beauty: a 1966 Chrysler Crown Imperial. Of course this one has been upgraded with Gatling guns, missiles, and other hidden devices.

Head on beyond the jump to see the car being unveiled (and how celebs have to stand around and primp for a billion cameras at these things), and to watch Seth Rogen talk to Cinematical about the car and how campy the movie will be, while his co-writer and best buddy Evan Goldberg (Superbad, Pineapple Express, The Green Hornet) tells us what his life is like, post two big movies, and how he’d like to die on-screen.

Warning: This video contains some foul language

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