Clint Eastwood’s American Sniper is continuing to make waves across Hollywood.
While the film has been a hit with audiences — with a record-setting debut at the box office, and A-plus CinemaScore rating — its subject matter is causing controversy among some in Hollywood for its perceived pro-war message.
Seth Rogen, whose latest film caused its fair share of controversy, tweeted aboutSniper:
Rogen is referring to the fake film that showed up in Quentin Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds, about a German sniper killing Allied soldiers from a clock tower, essentially comparing Eastwood’s film to Nazi propaganda.
Later, Rogen clarified his tweet.