Seth Rogen is in talks for a 'Bad Neighbours' sequel.

The 32-year-old actor stars in the comedy as father-of-one who vows to seek revenge on a frat who moves in next door and following the success of the movie - which was made by the production company Point Grey, which he set up with Evan Goldberg and James Weaver - there could be a follow-up.

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Talking at the Produced By conference over the weekend, he said: ''We are having a lot of discussions.

''Getting a movie made is far harder than making a movie. Getting the money is the hardest thing.''

Rogen (Mac Radner) starred alongside Rose Byrne who played his wife Kelly Radner, and 'High School Musical' star Zac Efron who was cast as the frat leader, Teddy Sanders.

The film was released in the United States on May 9, 2014 to positive reviews and grossed over $213 million against an $18 million budget.

It is Rogen's second-highest grossing non-animated film, behind only 'Knocked Up'.