Spielberg and Lucas; Poehler and Fey; Damon and Affleck - the "best buddies as successful work partners" genre is hardly new within Hollywood. But few duos are as self-referential about their real-life friendship in their movies as Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg.
Best friends since meeting at a Bar Mitzvah when they were 13-year-olds growing up in Vancouver, Canada, Rogen and Goldberg co-wrote the raunchy comedy "Superbad" and the cancer dramedy "50/50." Both films were inspired by pivotal events in their friendship and featured Rogen acting on-screen.
Now the BFFs are back in theaters with their directorial debut, "This Is The End," but in a new interview with Peter Travers, Goldberg admitted that there's one thing he hates about his childhood pal: a tsk sound Rogen used to make when Goldberg "did something bad."
"I was like, literally 'if you make that noise again, I'll…" Goldberg said, intimating that their BFF-dom would be soooo over.
For more of Peter Travers' interview with the two, where they reveal which of the "This Is The End" actors is most like their on-screen portrayal, watch the video above.