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Emma Watson and Jason Segel Among Celebrity Cameos in Seth Rogen's 'End of the World'

May 1, 2012 (3:59 am) GMT
Watson is in talks to appear as herself, while Segel and David Krumholtz have already been tapped to also make cameos in the comedy, which marks Rogen's directorial debut.

's directorial debut "The End of the World" is set to deliver a number of celebrity cameos. Among the famous names who have been courted to appear in the upcoming film are such stars as , and .

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the "Harry Potter" actress is still in talks to play herself in the comedy movie which was formerly known as "The Apocalypse". As for Segel and Krumholtz, the two have already closed the deal to make appearance in the film.

"End of the World" is inspired by a short called "Jay and Seth vs. the Apocalypse", which stars Rogen and who are held up in an apartment while dealing with the end of the world.

The upcoming film, meanwhile, will expand its story and involve not only Rogen and Baruchel but also , , and . The actors are all playing themselves as they get stuck in Franco's Los Angeles apartment during the apocalypse.

Rogen co-produces and co-writes the script for "End of the World" along with his longtime collaborator Evan Goldberg. The movie itself has been slated for a June 14, 2013 release in the United States.

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