Seth Rogen covers of the June/July 2019 issue of GQ magazine photographed by Sebastian Mader and styled by Mobolaji Dawodu.
On success: “I think as you become successful and famous, gravity will pull you toward hubris and just trying to fly straight is not enough. You have to steer away from it. Because if you just try to go straight, you’ll get pulled into it.”
On riding the comedic line between enlightened and neutered in the Age of Woke: “I think if you actually care, then it’s easy. We do not want people to feel bad when they’re watching our movies. I’ve had people come up to me and be like, ‘That made me feel like shit when I was in the movie theater and everyone was laughing about that.’ And I don’t want anyone to have that experience watching our movies.”
Cover: Suit by Dior Homme from the Spring 2019 Collection | Shirt by Richard James | Shoes by Christian Loboutin
First Image: Shirt and Pants by Louis Vuitton | Sunglasses by Garrett Leight | Watch by Tudor | Shoes by Sabah
Second Image: Shirt by Dries Van Noten | Pants by The Elder Statesman | Sunglasses by White Mountaineering x Jacques Marie Mage | Watch by Tudor
[Photo Credit: Sebastian Mader/GQ Magazine, vogue.com]