The first red-band trailer director Paul Middleditch’s post-apocalyptic comedy Rapture-Palooza has been released online. The film stars Anna Kendrick (Pitch Perfect) and John Francis Daley (Freaks and Geeks, Bones) as a couple who must battle their way through the end of the world following The Rapture in order to defeat the Antichrist (Craig Robinson). I was born and raised in the Bible Belt so the rapture comedy aspect of the film certainly hits home for me, and the cast looks to be having fun with the pic’s outlandish premise.
Hit the jump to watch the trailer. The film also stars Rob Corddry, Thomas Lennon, Rob Heubel, John Michael Higgins, Ana Gasteyer, and Ken Jeong. Rapture-Palooza will be available in theaters and on demand on June 7th.
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