With the release of Long Shot and Lion King set to arrive this summer, Seth Rogen has a lot on his plate these days. The star has been known to dabble in fields that extend way past just acting; including: writing, producing, directing, and most recently, managing his own cannabis company "Houseplant." Rogen continues his spur of productivity by gracing the latest cover of GQ, and fans can't help but notice a major glow-up.
The photos from his beach shoot, which were unveiled on Tuesday, set off a flurry of thirsty tweets, with some users remarking on the star’s transformation, and others asserting that they’d been O.G. fangirls of Rogen’s long before the cover.
While the Long Shot star received a lot of love across the internet, his adorable Cavalier King Charles spaniel puppy, Zelda, who also had the honor of being featured on the cover, definitely had a few fans thirsting over her too. Even Rogen himself couldn’t help but fangirl over the dog.
This one pup even took a thirst trap pic for Zelda!
Rogen's rugged good looks aren't the only thing who should be praised for though, as a quote from GQ about the visionary's evolution throughout the year stated, "For people whose casual impression of Seth Rogen begins and ends with the gallery of quasi-employed, stoned men-children he played in his 20s, it might be hard to fully comprehend that he, now 37, is a legitimate Hollywood operator and entrepreneur in his own right, with a career that extends well beyond acting and writing. In addition to developing, writing, and acting in his own film projects, Rogen produces television, does voice work, and with his wife, Lauren Miller-Rogen, created @hilarityforcharity, a series of comedy shows that's raised millions for Alzheimer's care, support, and research."