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Productions > Movies > RapturePalooza (2013) > HD Screencaps

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I’ve found a few new HQ stills and replaced some of Anna on productions such as Drinking Buddies, RapturePalooza, and BTS guest judging on So You Think You Can Dance:

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I’ve been working on re-organizing the Versatile Video Archives at youtube.com/user/annakendricknet. I’ve also added lots of new Rapture-Palooza clips that you may not have seen yet.

RapturePalooza has new clips and promo material out, including HQ stills and behind the scenes photos. I’ve also added a few exclusive MQ’s:

Productions > Movies > RapturePalooza (2013) > Promotional

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Craig Robinson Grows Horns, Rob Corddry Grows a Moustache in Exclusive ‘Rapture-Palooza’ Pics

When the stakes are high — like, Armageddon high — the clean-shaven look won’t really cut it: what you need in any apocalyptic adventure is a moustache. And lo and behold, Rob Corddry dons one hell of a nose neighbor in these new, exclusive pics from Rapture-Palooza. Corddry’s character Mr. House teams up with his son Ben (John Francis Daley) and the film’s heroine Lindsey (Anna Kendrick) to take on the formidable force of the Anti-Christ… played by none other than Craig Robinson, Corddry’s Hot Tub Time Machine compadre.

These images depict Robinson in truly hellish form: covered in blood, sprouting horns, and spreading propaganda via cheap posters. Check out the pics, and catch Rapture-Palooza in theaters and VOD on June 7. {hollywood.com}

The first still of Anna and Ron Livingston in Drinking Buddies is here, as well as the first Rapture-Palooza poster and promo pics featuring Anna :D!

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Productions > Movies

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There is a new redband trailer for RapturePalooza, as well as a new production still. I’ve also replaced the other production still with HQ.

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The studio just sent us this brand new red-band movie trailer for “Rapture-Palooza” by director Paul Middleditch and starring Craig Robinson, Anna Kendrick, John Francis Daley, Rob Corddry, Rob Huebel, Paul Scheer, Thomas Lennon, Ana Gasteyer, John Michael Higgins and Tyler Labine.

Synopsis: When the Apocalypse actually happens and a billion people are raptured up to heaven, Lindsey (Kendrick) and her boyfriend Ben (Daley) are left behind in suburban Seattle. The young couple try their best to lead a normal life surrounded by talking locusts, blood rain showers, and pot-smoking wraiths. But when the Anti-Christ (Robinson) makes his home base in their neighborhood, Lindsey finds herself the object of his affection. With the help of her family, friends, and a lawn-mowing zombie neighbor, the young couple set off to stop the Anti-Christ from taking her as his bride… and just maybe, saving the world in the process. Rapture-Palooza is in theaters and on VOD June 7. {shockya.com}

The Company You Keep hits U.S. theaters today, April 5th.

Rapture-Palooza will come out in theaters and on-demand June 7th. Entertainment Weekly has released some new stills of Anna as Lindsey. :

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Anna Kendrick Experiences a Rapture-Palooza and Faces off Against the Undead and the Antichrist

Us not covering a movie filled with the undead and Satan’s minions? Perish the thought! We have no idea how this one hid from us for so long, but damn it, now that we’re covering it, we feel a lot better! Read on for the latest on the new horror comedy Rapture-Palooza!
Thanks to this week’s Entertainment Weekly, this flick has finally hit our radar, and we have their still along with another and even the red band trailer that was released quietly a couple of weeks ago. Coming at us from Lionsgate and director Paul Middleditch is Rapture-Palooza starring Craig Robinson, Anna Kendrick, John Francis Daley, and Thomas Lennon.

The film is best described as Zombieland meets The Big Lebowski, and that alone has us all over this bad boy. In the flick a couple battle their way through a religious apocalypse on a mission to defeat the Antichrist. Yep, we are so there. Look for Rapture-Palooza in theatres on June 7th and on demand the same day.

Synopsis – A young Seattle couple, Lindsey and Ben House (Kendrick and Daley), get left behind when a billion others are raptured to Heaven. In between the bloody rain showers and plagues of talking locusts which soon become customary, the duo have to ward off the Antichrist (Robinson), who hopes to marry Lindsey. To prep for their end-times showdown, the couple assemble a ragtag army of undead fighters including their lawn-mowing zombie neighbor (Lennon).

The Last Five Years: Broadwayworld has done an in-depth interview with Anna’s co-star, Jeremy Renner on the upcoming movie and more. Right now The Last Five Years is back on Broadway, and rehearsals for the movie begin in April, while filming begins in June in New York.

Yay! I was wondering when there would be some news for this project! Anna’s role as Lindsey in RapturePalooza looks hilarious – can’t wait to see this in May:


Productions > Movies > RapturePalooza (2012) > Trailer #1 Screencaptures
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Anna Kendrick and John Francis Daley Battle Craig Robinson In First ‘Rapturepalooza’ Trailer
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December 21, 2012 came and went with a slew of films conquering the topic of armageddon following in tow, but Anna Kendrick’s upcoming comedy proves there are still a few jokes left to be made about the end of times.

Hitting select theaters and VOD May 10, Rapturepalooza stars Anna Kendrick and John Francis Daley as Lindsey and her boyfriend Ben who are left behind in suburban Seattle following the apocalypse. The young couple try their best to lead a normal life surrounded by talking locusts, blood rain showers, and pot-smoking wraiths. But when the Anti-Christ (Craig Robinson) makes his home base in their neighborhood, Lindsey finds herself the object of his affection. With the help of her family, friends, and a lawn-mowing zombie neighbor, the young couple set off to stop the Anti-Christ from taking her as his bride… and just maybe, saving the world in the process. {underthegunreview.net}

So Anna has been crazy busy with her three films in pre-production and filming. Here’s the first on set photo of Anna filming Rapture Palooza in Vancouver last week. There has also been a few recent casting updates to Rapture Palooza according to Variety.


50/50 is set to screen in New York tomorrow (with tickets available here), while it looks like Paranorman has just started filming, too :D.

We have even more casting news for Anna! Besides ‘The Archivist’, Anna has also been cast in ‘Rapture-Palooza‘! ‘Rapture Palooza’ is a a comedic look at life after the fallout of a religious apocalypse. Anna would play Lindsey, who tried to reestablish her sandwich cart business along with Ben (John Francis Daley). The Antichrist (Craig Robinson) tries to take Anna’s character for his bride :D:


It’s a good week to be John Francis Daley. His show Bones (which I still refuse to watch because it is not a continuation of the Snoop Dogg ‘horror’ film) was just renewed for a seventh season, and now he’s been cast with Anna Kendrick in the Lionsgate post-apocalyptic romantic comedy called Rapture-Palooza. That’s the film where Craig Robinson plays the Antichrist who wants to take Anna Kendrick’s character to be his wife.

THR calls the film “Zombieland meets The Big Lebowski,” and given the plot synopsis that we’ve known, I suppose I can see that being the case:

A year after the Rapture has removed much of humanity from Earth and the planet has been rendered as a hellish proving ground, Ben and Lindsey try to reestablishing their sandwich cart business. Beyond the occasional blood rainstorm and talking locusts that surface occasionally, the sandwich sellers have a new problem: the Anti-Christ (Robinson) decides he wants to take Lindsey as his bride.

Chris Matheson wrote the script, and the film will be directed this summer by Paul Middleditch. You may or may not recall that this is part of Lionsgate’s new ‘micro-budget’ initiative. While the budget for Rapture-Palooza isn’t exactly ‘micro,’ at around $2m, it still means that we’re not in for a lot of effects. Don’t even expect something as studio-ready as Zombieland. Hell, the titles for that movie probably cost as much as Rapture-Palooza will.

Still, what sounded like a possibly middling premise looks a lot better with this trio as the core cast. {Slashfilm}

This film is directed over the summer as well by Paul Middleditch. You can view more on their IMDB page.

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