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Baby sought for spoof of Kim, Kanye

– Attention Hollywood casting agents: Seth Rogen is looking for someone to play the part of baby North in the next Kim Kardashian-Kanye West spoof with pal James Franco.

The 31-year-old actor made the press rounds Thursday at CinemaCon in Las Vegas to promote his upcoming movie, “The Interview” (co-starring Franco).

“Michael Cera would be good,” joked Rogen. “Get Annie Leibovitz to take the pictures.”

Rogen says he’s “a huge fan of Kanye West” and that’s at the heart of his mimicry.

“I’m like just really into his music,” Rogen said.

Their spoof, titled “Bound 3,” featured a topless Rogen doing his best Kardashian impression on a motorcycle driven by Franco as West.

Most recently, the pair spoofed Vogue’s April cover photo – featuring Kardashian and West – by Leibovitz.

Franco’s head is seen on West’s body and Rogan’s face is seen on the reality star.

“The Interview” is scheduled for release in October.

– Associated Press

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