In director Paul Middleditch's post-apocalyptic comedy Rapture-Palooza, currently playing in theaters and available on VOD formats, Craig Robinson stars as the Anti-Christ known as The Beast, who wants Lindsey (Anna Kendrick) to be his bride in an Indecent Proposal-esque scenario of epic proportions. We sent in Todd Gilchrist to speak with both Craig Robinson and co-star Rob Huebel to discuss their roles in this bizarre comedy that offers an intriguing glimpse into life after the Rapture. Take a look at what these comedic all-stars had to say in our exclusive video interview.
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