Seth Rogen Drops 'Superbad' Secrets on 10-Year Anniversary


The cast of 'Jersey Shore' got their famous "D.T.F" phrase from the movie, Rogen reveals amid a tweetstorm of trivia.

Happy anniversary, Superbad.

To celebrate 10 years since the then-relatively unknown Jonah Hill and Michael Cera unleashed their horny teenagers into the classic comedy movie scene, Seth Rogen has dropped a handful of behind-the-scenes trivia for Superbad fans.

Rogen, who also stars in the film along with Emma Stone, wrote the script with his writing partner, Evan Goldberg, when they were teenagers. Hill and Cera play characters named Seth and Evan, respectively.

The low-budget $20-million, R-rated movie was a success at the box office when it made its 2007 debut, earning a bigger-than-expected haul of $170 million. Judd Apatow, who was coming off the success of 40-Year Old Virgin and Knocked Up, is a producer on the movie.

"Some Superbad trivia for its ten year anniversary. I don't assume anyone cares that much but why not," began Rogen on his Twitter account late Thursday night. The knowledge drop includes Jersey Shore and O.J. Simpson tie-ins, how the movie was the first to say "fingerf—" and who was responsible for all those dick drawings.

Read Rogen's reveals below.