Rogen and Franco have been frequent collaborators after first working together in 1999's "Freeks and Geeks," and Rogen previously defended his friend.
She said that she tried to break her legal contract and quit "The Disaster Artist."
The one-hit wonder rapper will be getting the movie biopic treatment before hip-hop legends like Run-DMC, The Beastie Boys, Rakim, Big Daddy Kane, LL Cool J, Nas and Jay Z.
Franco was accused of sexual misconduct by five of his former acting students in January.
Tommy Wiseau says he was not fed lines from his cast and crew while shooting 'The Room,' as portrayed in 'The Disaster Artist.'
James Franco’s former teaching assistant Ryan Moody is suing Franco’s RabbitBandini Productions and Seth Rogen’s Point Grey Pictures.
The actor-comedian (and host of the "How Did This Get Made" podcast) takes us behind the scenes of the year's most bonkers movie.