11/29/2013 07:57 EST | Updated 12/01/2013 08:45 EST

James Franco, Seth Rogen Turn Vancouver Into North Korea (PHOTOS)

The Canadian Press

Sorry, Amy Poehler and Tina Fey, but we may have a new dream celebrity BFF duo: James Franco and Seth Rogen.

The actors, who have been friends since their days on the cult favourite (albeit short-lived) drama "Freaks And Geeks", are currently in Vancouver together to film a new movie called "The Interview." And the city just can't get enough of them.

Franco and Vancouver-born Rogen took to downtown Friday and turned Robson Square into North Korea (in the film, the men travel to Korea to assassinate Kim Jong-Un, reports PolicyMic).

According to Global News, a giant statue of Kim-Jong Il that was erected for the film had pedestrians stop and gawk, hoping to catch a glimpse of the celebrities.

Check out pictures from the shoot. Story continues below slideshow.

James Franco And Seth Rogen In Vancouver

This isn't the first time these besties—who we wish we were besties with—have caught our attention in recent days.

On Monday, they released a video titled "Bound 3", which aptly and hilariously spoofs Kanye West's music video "Bound 2." They reportedly made the video during some down time on set of "The Interview."

You know, guys, if you're bored, we're free..

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