‘This Is The End’ Cast Will Humiliate Themselves for Facebook Likes

this-is-the-end-posterThis is certainly a unique way to promote your film…

Seth Rogen, James Franco, Danny McBride, and Jay Baruchel are four of the many, many celebrities who are playing themselves in the apocalypse comedy This Is The End, which was co-written and co-directed by Rogen.  On the movie’s Facebook page, the above four revealed that they would post videos of themselves doing the following demeaning tasks if they receive a certain number of “Likes” on Facebook:

    • 500,000 Likes = McBride waxes Rogen’s back
    • 650,000 Likes = Baruchel and McBride will share a spaghetti Lady and the Tramp style
    • 800,000 Likes = Rogen will paint Franco in the nude

From the accompanying YouTube video it looks like the gang has already filmed these little misadventures, so why not go the movie’s Facebook page in order to help them with revealing the inevitable?

This Is The End will be released June 12.  You can check out the video in which they beg for your Likes below:

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