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Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg play Would You Rather

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The words "would you rather" have been known to turn a sedate and rather civilised social situation into a depraved and rambunctious discussion on topics we're not even legally allowed to discuss here.

We decided to take the game out of the classroom/office/bar and into an interview with Seth Rogen and his writing partner Evan Goldberg. In their new film This Is The End, they bring us the apocalypse like we've never seen it before. Mainly because it's for humour rather than drama and also because it stars a load of celebrities actually playing celebrities.

So we played an apocalyptic spin on the game with them and here are the only slightly depraved results:

This Is The End is in cinemas now

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