‘This Is The End’ For Jonah Hill, Not George Clooney: Watch Exclusive Clip Now!

Seth Rogen's apocalyptic comedy kicks off five Sneak Peek Week screenings and chats, all leading up to Sunday's MTV Movie Awards.

MTV’s third annual Sneak Peek Week starts right now! A lucky audience screened “This Is the End” on Monday night (April 8), and now you can eavesdrop on a live chat with stars Seth Rogen, Danny McBride, Craig Robinson and Evan Goldberg and see an exclusive clip from the film.

The apocalyptic comedy is the first in a series of Sneak Peek Week advance screenings leading up to Sunday’s MTV Movie Awards. After checking out the clip, you can watch right here as Rogen, McBride, Robinson and Goldberg field questions from MTV’s Josh Horowitz.

Co-written and directed by Rogen and Goldberg, “This Is the End” stars Jay Baruchel, Jonah Hill, James Franco, Michael Cera and Rihanna, all playing “themselves.” After a party at Franco’s house is interrupted by a catastrophic event, the actors find their friendships tested as they struggle to survive. In MTV’s exclusive clip, the ensemble anticipates who will be the first rescued after disaster strikes; in a remarkable display of modesty, Hill suggests that celebrities like George Clooney and Sandra Bullock will be at the top of the list but is less optimistic about Rogen and his other friends being among the “priority” performers that authorities choose to save.

Sneak Peek Week continues every night this week with exclusive clips and appearances from the stars of “Pain & Gain,” “The To-Do List,” “The Heat” and “The Bling Ring.” The week of exclusives all lead up to this year’s MTV Movie Awards, airing live on Sunday, April 14, at 9 p.m. ET.

Until then, voting is still open for such hotly contested categories as Best Shirtless Performance (will it be Channing Tatum or Taylor Lautner?) and Best WTF Moment (will a foul-mouthed teddy bear take home the prize?). Vote now, and see if your choice prevails Sunday when host Rebel Wilson and a revolving door of Hollywood’s hottest stars take the stage at the Sony Pictures Studios lot in Culver City, California.