Seth Rogen, Jason Segel and Rihanna in set photos from The End Of The World

You think Seth Rogen is peeved at Steve Carrell for making SEEKING A FRIEND FOR THE END OF THE WORLD?  Seth Rogen and Jay Baruchel made the short film JAY AND SETH VS THE APOCALYPSE back in 2007 and supposedly, have been working on a feature film idea longer than that, culminating in what is now known simply as THE END OF THE WORLD.  Granted, Rogen’s film doesn’t come out until next summer, but it kind of stinks for him that his comedy (and directorial debut) is going to be the second apocalypse comedy in less than 12 months.  I doubt too many people will care, but it could end up being an unfair knock.  Personally, I’m equally excited for both of them and from what we know, they’re different enough that it won’t matter.

Besides, THE END OF THE WORLD has an incredible cast that features Seth Rogen, Jason Segel, James Franco, Jonah Hill, Paul Rudd, Jay Baruchel, Michael Cera, Aziz Ansari, Emma Watson and Rihanna.  Below you can find some set photos from the film, featuring several cast members aghast at some unknown event in the distance.  What I love about these photos is that they make you laugh without really showing you much of anything.  In the first photo, the thing that sticks out to me is Paul Rudd holding a giant bottle of campaign.  In the second photo, the expression on Jason Segel’s face is priceless and in the third photo, you can tell that there’s a moment where Michael Cera will deliver his patented nervous banter to Rihanna at some point in the film.  It’s pretty impressive for a few random set photos, so I can’t wait to see what Seth Rogen has in store for us with this one.  THE END OF THE WORLD hits theaters on June 14th, 2013.

Seth Rogen, Jason Segel and James Franco in set photos from The End Of The World

Jonah Hill, Jason Segel and Emma Watson in set photos from The End Of The World

Michael Cera, Jason Segel and Rihanna in set photos from The End Of The World

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