Seth Rogen Talks to Comedian Hannibal Buress About His New Stand-up Special, Rap, and Dirty Restaurants

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Seth Rogen Talks to Comedian Hannibal Buress About His New Stand-up Special, Rap, and Dirty Restaurants
For many years, when comedians were asked to name an up-and-comer, Hannibal Buress was the one name that always popped up. Finally, in 2014, it feels like he's ready to break out. We've already seen him as the lovably understated Lincoln on the fantastic Broad City, and he has several projects on the horizon, including a role in the summer comedy movie Neighbors and a Comedy Central pilot. Immediately forthcoming is Hannibal Buress Live From Chicago, his second hour TV special (and third hour if you count his classic album My Name Is Buress), which premieres this Saturday at midnight on Comedy Central. Stylistically diverse, it features Buress's signature relaxed, conversational style mixed with longer stories, more animated moments, and a willingness to play with form, using music queues and audio playback. Vulture got Buress to talk with his Neighbors castmate and general comedy person about town Seth Rogen. The
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