Seth Rogen’s signature laugh could quite possibly be making it’s way to the Calgary Transit system.
Following the announcement that he would voice Vancouver’s SkyTrain after a similar deal with Morgan Freeman was dropped, Toronto got in on the fun and convinced the actor to do the TTC subway announcements as well.
- You can fly from Calgary to Vancouver for $169 this summer and fall
- It’s official: Seth Rogen to voice Vancouver’s SkyTrain announcements
- It’s official: Seth Rogen to voice TTC announcements
Following that announcement on Rogen’s own Twitter account, CTV’s Brenna Rose was quick to speak up on behalf of those of us here in Alberta, asking what it would take to get Rogen’s signature voice on Calgary Transit as well.
His answer was short and to the point: “A microphone?”
— Seth Rogen (@Sethrogen) July 31, 2018
Calgarians hopped on the thread, linking in @calgarytransit and @nenshi in the hopes of getting a real deal going.
I have a microphone you can use.
— crackmacs (@Crackmacs) August 1, 2018
— Sarah Halprin (@sarahlhalprin) August 1, 2018
While some may be skeptical that a short Twitter encounter would be enough to launch a celebrity “appearance” on public transit, we should remind you that that is exactly what kicked this whole thing off in Vancouver.
Yo if they need a replacement now let me know.
— Seth Rogen (@Sethrogen) May 24, 2018
So how about it, Calgary Transit?