This Is the End (2013)

 ●  English ● 1 hr 47 mins

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The comedy This Is The End follows six friends trapped in a house after a series of strange and catastrophic events devastate Los Angeles. As the world unravels outside, dwindling supplies and cabin fever threaten to tear apart the friendships inside. Eventually, they are forced to leave the house, facing their fate and the true meaning of friendship and redemption. (c) Sony
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Did you know? Seth Rogen said that the party scenes were the most stressful for him to direct because there was so much going on. Read More
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as James Franco
as Jonah Hill
as Seth Rogen
as Backstreet Boys
as Cera Girl #1
as Aziz Ansari
as Headless Man
as Backstreet Boys
as Rape Demon
as Cashier
as Channing Tatum
as Christopher Mintz-Plasse
as Craig Robinson
as Cera Girl #2 (as London Gill)
as Danny McBride
as Cannibal #1
as David Krumholtz
as Father in Store
as Emma Watson
as Backstreet Boys
as Cannibal #2
as Paparazzi
as Jay Baruchel
as Kevin Hart
as Backstreet Boys
as Daughter in Store
as Martin Starr
as Michael Cera
as Mindy Kaling
as Backstreet Boys
as Paul Rudd
as News Reporter
as Priest
as Santa Cannibal
as Rihanna
as News Reporter
as Cell Phone Guy

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Film Type:
Feature Film
Language:
English
Colour Info:
Color
Sound Mix:
Datasat Digital Sound, Dolby Digital, Sony Dynamic Digital Sound
Camera:
Panavision Genesis, Red Epic
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1
Stereoscopy:
No
Taglines:
Ending Summer 2013
Nothing ruins a party like the end of the world.
Goofs:
Character Error
The verses read from the Book of Revelation (not "Revelations") are either paraphrased out of context (Rev. 20:2) or not in the Bible at all.
Trivia:
According to Seth Rogen there is a secret celebrity cameo in the movie that only lasts "a split second" that no one has been able to spot yet.

Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg said in an interview that they were originally going to have an additional scene play during the end credits that would show James Franco and Danny McBride smoking marijuana with Hitler, but then felt that it would be too much.

Towards the end of the movie, in the scene with the cannibal truck, Danny McBride's prop sword from Your Highness can be seen tied to the truck.

Evan Goldberg: Co-director and co-writer can be briefly seen dancing with his wife during the final scene of the movie.

Originally there was going to be a joke where one of the characters said that they had smoked crack with Whitney Houston. When she died the joke was cut out of respect and a different joke was used.

A rumor circulated that Daniel Radcliffe was a part of the cast but in the end, his former co-star, Emma Watson was cast.

Rihanna actually slapped Michael Cera's face harder by each take because she was getting tired of him grabbing her buttocks.

Evan Goldberg created a game for himself during filming. The goal of the game was to get as many cast members as possible to say, "No I can't do that" or get them to refuse to do something. According to him, the only people he wasn't able to break were James Franco and Seth Rogen.

Most of the paintings that can be seen hanging in the background were actually painted by James Franco.

The film was going to be shot in Los Angeles in order to make it easier for the celebrities who would be doing cameos. However the location was changed to New Orleans in order to save money.

According to Seth Rogen, the plot his character suggests in the movie when he is asked what Pineapple Express 2 would be about is actually his real life idea for a Pineapple Express sequel.

"Go Outside" by the Cults is featured in the movie. The music video for the song stars James Franco's younger brother, Dave Franco, who is also an actor.

The dog that Seth Rogen is holding towards the end of the movie is his actual dog. Her name is Zelda.

The role that Emma Watson played was originally written into the screenplay for Mila Kunis

According to Seth Rogen about 50% of the movie was ad libbed.

Seth Rogen said that the party scenes were the most stressful for him to direct because there was so much going on.

An early idea for the story had the film taking place at a studio where a Busta Rhymes music video shoot was taking place with the main characters present when the apocalypse begins.

The main cast took significant pay cuts in order to help Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg save money for the budget