BEVERLY HILLS -- At one point in The Guilt Trip -- a comedy in which Seth Rogen plays an inventor who brings his mom, Barbra Streisand, along on a cross-country road trip -- the most unexpected thing happens.
Rogen and Streisand are sitting in a car clearly improvising their scene -- and it proves to be the first of several unscripted sequences.
Improvisation? That's par for the course where Rogen's concerned, but Streisand? A self-admitted perfectionist whose micro-managing pursuit of excellence is the stuff of legend? Improvising?
Could it be that Rogen, who, at age 30 is a full 40 years younger than his iconic co-star, has managed to loosen Streisand up?
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