You might say it's the end of the road for Seth Rogen—at least when it comes to cycling excursions for awhile.
The This Is the End funnyman was riding his bike recently when he accidentally wiped out and busted himself up big time.
"You know what's awesome about falling off your bike and breaking your elbow? Not a f—kin thing," the 31-year-old Rogen tweeted.
That's putting it mildly. No word exactly what led to the mishap or whether it occurred as he was out and about or on a stationary bike, but the comic actor included a link to an Instagram photo of his arm in a sling as testament to his injury.
A rep for Rogen did not return a call seeking comment.
Meanwhile, the writer-actor-director is currenttly riding high after his latest comedy, This Is the End, which cost a relatively inexpensive (by Hollywood standards) $32 million, grossed nearly $100 million worldwide since opening June 12.
And a broken elbow certainly can't be any more painful than his teaming with Barbra Streisand for 2012's road-trip comedy The Guild Trip, which bombed at the box office, earning a paltry $41 million and barely breaking even.
Last month, Rogen was pretty candid about that misfire, dissing it on fellow comedian Doug Benson's podcast "Doug Loves Movies."
"We shot that movie in the format that plays on airplanes only," Rogen quipped.
His current schedule will allow for plenty of recovery time, however.
After wrapping filming on his next project, Townies, he's only got two animated flicks in the pipeline for which he's only providing his voice: B.O.O.: Bureau of Otherworldly Operations and Kung Fu Panda 3.
Get well, Seth!