Photos released online Friday confirm rumors that Rihanna would be returning to the big screen for Seth Rogen's directorial debut
By Fallon Prinzivalli
Can you think of a better way to spend your last hours on earth than at a massive party rubbing elbows with tons of A-list celebrities? We certainly can't, and apparently Rihanna and Emma Watson agree.
Just Jared spotted the actresses on set in New Orleans for Seth Rogen's directorial debut, "The End of the World." The comedy follows a party at James Franco's house, where Rogen and loads of his famous friends hide out as an apocalypse rips through Los Angeles.
The new pictures confirm rumors that Rihanna would be making her return to the big screen via the apocalyptic flick. When MTV News caught up with Franco at CinemaCon in Las Vegas a while back, he revealed that Rihanna would be featured in the film. "I think she's gonna be in the new movie that I'm doing, Seth Rogen's directorial debut," he shared. "I think she has a little part in that."
We're certainly glad that he was right! The Talk That Talk singer took to Twitter and announced her experience filming the movie, writing, "Just leaving set! Kevin Hart clearly has childhood issues! Lolololol ! This has to be one of my favorite moments in life #endoftheworld."
Just leaving set! Kevin Hart clearly has childhood issues! Lolololol ! This has to be one of my favorite moments in life #endoftheworld— Rihanna (@rihanna) June 1, 2012
The flick also features appearances by Jonah Hill, Jason Segel, Jay Baruchel, Danny McBride, Aziz Ansari, Michael Cera, Paul Rudd, David Krumholtz and Mindy Kaling. Watson certainly had fun with that comedic cast. She let her followers know about all the laughs, tweeting, "Comedy is brutal #endoftheworld. New Orleans is the best!! : ) See you all soon. Em x."
That's right; you will see her soon, as she'll be on hand this Sunday, June 3, during the 2012 MTV Movie Awards pre-show with her "Perks of Being a Wallflower" co-stars Ezra Miller and Logan Lerman to premiere the highly anticipated film's trailer.