Seth Rogen is well acquainted with the movie star routine: in-depth cover stories and photo shoots, endless domestic and foreign junkets, and the pressure of performing at the box office.
But at this year's Sundance Film Festival, he's just a trophy husband.
Rogen's wife, Lauren Miller, is writer, producer and star of the festival entry "For a Good Time Call," about two girlfriends who start a phone-sex line.
We hear Rogen pops up in the film, but largely has no official business here in Park City, Utah. Does that make him arm candy?
"Yeah, I guess it does," Rogen said, laughing, at Grey Goose's Blue Door experience on Main Street, where the "Good Time" cast enjoyed dinner before screening the flick for potential buyers.
"Honestly, it's not bad. It's a lot less stressful than normal," he said.
If Miller's film, costarring Ari Graynor, nabs a buyer, perhaps Rogen can further explore a life of leisure. In the meantime, he's wrapping production on "Neighborhood Watch" costarring Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn and Billy Crudup.
-- Matt Donnelly
Photo: Seth Rogen and wife Lauren Miller get cozy at the Grey Goose Blue Door experience in Park City, Utah. Credit: WireImage