“It’s OK To Laugh”: Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Seth Rogen, Will Reiser, Anna Kendrick At “50/50” Premiere

Our friend Brad Blanks steps onto another red carpet, this time for the film 50/50, which stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Seth Rogen, and Anna Kendrick. He captures conversations with each of these young stars, as well as the film’s writer, Will Reiser.

First up, Blanks introduces the film and then talks with Rogen and Reiser on the red carpet:

Next, Brad has a chat with Joseph Gordon-Levitt:

And finally we get to meet Anna Kendrick:

Seth Rogan interview

Further interviews with the 50/50 cast

See more video interviews and red carpet encounters with Brad Blanks!


One Comment

  1. RainbowRay says:

    I agree with what Joseph said, that we “need to laugh more” especially in “highly stressful” situations because “life is to short” right? I’m trying to keep myself laughing because I miss Fiona terribly more and more eacha and every day; so I try to laugh as much as I can at “silly things” because I LOVE silly and BEING SILLY at times—Silly is fun in my opinion. Silly jkeeps me looking forward to falling in love with Fiona in Memphis soons (I’m always using that word soon and not NEVER or trying to pinpoint dates anymore).

    Shows like Monty Python, Keeping Up Appearances, Red Green, Royal Canadian Air Farce (those two are very funny Canadian shows and you can see them on YOUTUBE when you key them in). Silly keeps me laughing and hopeful in seeing FIona again SOON!

    I’m serious when I say that!


  2. RainbowRay says:

    I agree with what Joseph said, that we should all “laugh a bit more” especially in “highly stressfull situations” ( I wish I could have done that many years ago), but now I find that I can, especially with me and Fiona (I miss her terribly each and every day and am falling deeper in love each day as well), but SILLY helps me cope. I love silly and use it to my advantage in dealing with my loneliness and stress, dreaming of being with Fiona in Memphis SOON (notice I don’t use the word never and I have stopped putting dates on things–leave that to the expiry dates on the cans of things in your fridge).

    Silly is fun, silly is magic (Monty Python is silly, Keeping Up Appearances is silly, Red Green and Royal Canadian Air Farce are silly and HILARIOUS; you can find them on YOUTUBE, plus any others). Silly keeps me going and upbeat. To tell you the truth I have hardly laughed at all since leaving Fiona to chase my Eric’s Mirror and Rainbow Ray dreams, but looling at silly things, reading silly things and sometimes even “being silly” helps me cope with not being with Fiona yet (but being deeper in love with her as each day passes and yes, Christmas is coming so I’m still hoping that we will be together, really together by then) and with my past (being able to laugh at that and myself as well as my weaknesses–warts and all; in other words, being human). Everybody has them and of course, there’s nothing wrong with being “silly” is there?

    They say money makes the world go round, but I find being “silly” much more fun and being alive. I think Rainbow Ray would be agree with me because he likes being silly too.

    Right Fiona, you “silly girl!”

    I’m “serious” when I say this (yup, being silly again).


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