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Submitted by alycakes 911d ago | news

Emma Watson, Jason Segel and David Krumholtz to Cameo in Seth Rogen's 'End of the World'

THR Heat Vision:
Seth Rogen and longtime writing partner Evan Goldberg are delivering on their promise to populate their directorial debut with cameos.

Emma Watson is in negotiations to play herself and Jason Segel and David Krumholtz are set to appear as themselves in End of the World, Rogen and Goldberg’s Sony Pictures project formerly known as The Apocalypse. (Cinema, David Krumholtz, Emma Watson, End Of The World, Jason Segel)

alycakes  +   911d ago
This is one of those movies that you just have to keep your eye on and for me I'll have to wait until the last minute, watch a couple of trailers and then decide...is it worth spending my hard earned money to see this?
Johnny Jiron  +   911d ago
This makes me wonder if Edgar Wrights and Simon Peggs end of the world flick will come under comparison. Then there's that Steve Carell's Making a Friend for the End of the World coming out soon as well...suppose Carell's will use the whole 2012 thing for marketing but Rogan's and Wrights will come upon afterwards. Wonder if they will release in the same year?
alycakes  +   911d ago
There is no comparison when it comes to Simon Pegg. With Simon Pegg..I don't have to ask 'is this going to be any good?'. I already know his work and so I'm looking forward to his. I think his is going to be probably a one with some lots of humor in it.

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