Where's Wally? There he is sandwiched in between Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg.
The writing and producing team behind Superbad are in talks to produce a live action adaptation of the popular series of books by Martin Handford.
The studio would probably be hoping for a family friendly adaptation so the guys behind This Is The End and The Interview might not seem like the obvious choices but Rogen has been known to subvert audiences expectations of him with his performance in Steve Jobs being the most notable example. The fact that Kyle Hunter and Ariel Shaffir, who they've worked with on The Night Before and the upcoming Sausage Party are the current writers also helps.
What shape the plot will take is unknown for now with previous drafts of the script seemingly focusing on Wally's seeming ability to time travel.