Since first discovering MTV’s The State as a child, I’ve been a fan of David Wain’s irreverent yet clever style of comedy, and Wain’s Wet Hot American Summer remains one of my personal favorites. In Wet Hot, Wain took on the ’80s summer camp film and made what would later become a cult classic. Now, he’s set his crosshairs on the dreaded rom-com and aiming to deconstruct everything that makes the formulaic genre tick in his latest film, They Came Together.
The first trailer for David Wain‘s (Wet Hot American Summer) upcoming romantic spoof They Came Together has been released, which stars Paul Rudd and Amy Poehler among a slew of other Wain regulars and very funny people including Cobie Smulders, Ken Marino,
Here’s the newly released theatrical trailer for Phil Morrison‘s (Junebug) All is Bright starring Paul Giamatti and Paul Rudd. Giamatti plays an ex-con trying to go straight and joins up with Rudd to sell Christmas trees in New York in order to
One of the highlights of this year’s SXSW was being able to check out David Gordon Green‘s latest, Prince Avalanche, which stars Paul Rudd and Emile Hirsch. A remake of an Icelandic film titled Either Way, the movie revolves around two dudes
Here’s the new trailer for Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues, which gives us some plot details about what’s in store for the Channel 4 news team as they enter the 80s and the 24-hour news cycle. The film features Will Ferrell, Paul
2001’s Wet Hot American Summer is undoubtedly one of my all-time favorite comedies, and if you listened to yesterday’s daily podcast I even used it as the intro quote. Well, /Film reported today that, according to star Michael Showalter, the sequel