Seth Rogen responds to local Titanic exhibition’s “creative” invitation


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Seth Rogen ( Featureflash Photo Agency /

Seth Rogen can’t stop being exciting about what’s happening around town!

Earlier this month, the Vancouver-born actor professed his love for the Richmond Night Market following a New York Times that praised Richmond for having the best Asian food in North America.

Now, in an effort to have Rogen visit Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition, the exhibition’s organizers initiated a rather creative and somewhat revealing campaign to get the actor’s attention.

Yes, creative to say the least.

Rogen went on to like and share the image, saying “Someone drew me like a French girl.”

Well, now we know he’s a fan of Titanic the movie, so we’ll see if he makes the trip to the exhibit. Interestingly enough, Rogen’s birthday (April 15) is the same date that the Titanic sank.

Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition runs June 23, 2018 – January 11, 2019 at Lipont place in Richmond, B.C. The exhibit features actual artifacts recovered from the ship’s wreckage, in addition to room recreations and stories from survivors. You can learn more about the exhibit HERE.

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