Anna Kendrick Puts The Moves On Satan In 'Rapturepalooza' Red Band Trailer

Rob Corddry and Craig Robinson experience the end of the world yet again. The Mayans may not have been accurate with their prediction that the world would end in 2012, but maybe we just interpreted that information wrong. Perhaps their prediction was that 2012 would be the end of movies not being about the end of the world. Because there are seriously a shit ton of those nowadays. Hitting theaters before Simon Pegg's The World's End and Seth Rogen's This Is The End, comes Rapturepalooza. The film stars actors from the Apatow and Edgar Wright camps that didn't end up in those other films but still wanted to participate in some isn't-it-weird-the-world-is-ending hijinks. Anna Kendrick and John Francis Daley star as a young couple squaring off against Craig Robinson's Anti-Christ. The supporting cast includes Ken Jeong, Thomas Lennon, Tyler Labine, Rob Huebel, Ana Gasteyer, Paul Scheer, and Seeking A Friend For The End Of The World's Rob Corddry. No more world ending films after these. 'Kay, guys?

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