Seth Rogen Shows Off the Bizarre Titles for “Blockers” in Foreign Countries
When Jimmy Kimmel isn’t burning the president and his spokesmen (did you see his weird feud with Sean Hannity), he’s releasing some really fun interviews with the world’s greatest stars. Take for example his interview with Seth Rogen! Seth Rogen is the producer on Pitch Perfect writer Kay Cannon’s new movie “Blockers,” which is sort of kind of called “Cockblockers,” but the word cock has to be replaced with an image of a rooster. It’s a weird title, but apparently not as weird as some of the ones the movie has overseas!
In France, it’s ‘Parental Consent,’ which is shockingly chaste for France! In Lithuania, it’s called “No For Sex!” which is a perfect title for any movie, regardless of what the cast members in it say. Then there’s the Bulgarian version of Blockers — “Sex in the Summer of Cuckoos.”
Check out all of the titles in the videos above and let us know which one is your favorite!
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