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We just didn't realize that their burgeoning love would also involve milking a goat!
Check out the just-released trailer for Wanderlust, which also stars Paul Rudd, Malin Ackerman, and Alan Alda, and tells the story of two New Yorkers who end up moving to a hippie commune (above)!
We'll watch anything that is made by the man responsible for Wet Hot American summer, but beyond that, this actually looks pretty amazing!
What do U think?? Do U want to see Wanderlust??
HOLY SHIZ! This NEEDS to happen!
It's pretty much common knowledge that the 2001 cult classic, Wet Hot American Summer, is pretty much the best movie in existence, and we're thrilled to reveal that co-writer and director, David Wain, is planning a PREQUEL film with all the same actors - which includes Michael Showalter, Michael Ian Black, Paul Rudd, Janeane Garofalo, David Hyde Pierce, Christopher Meloni, Molly Shannon, Amy Poehler, Bradley Cooper and Elizabeth Banks - even though they're all ten years older!
Tags: amazing, christopher meloni, co-writer, cult classic, david wain, director, elizabeth banks, hilarious, janeane garafalo, michael ian black, michael showalter, prequel, wet hot american summer, yes please
We're not sure how popular this comment is going to make you, Jessica!
Here's what Jessica Alba has said about her thoughts on actors and scripts:
“Good actors never use the script unless it’s amazing writing. All the good actors I’ve worked with, they all say whatever they want to say.”
Here's what screenwriter John August had to say in response:
“I have to believe she was misquoted, or excerpted in some unflattering way … Oh, Jessica. Where to start? … Following your logic, you’ve never been in a movie with both good actors and amazing writing. That may be true, but it might hurt the feelings of David Wain, Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller. … Screenwriters can be your best friends. We are pushovers for attractive people who pay attention to us. I wrote that bathtub scene in Big Fish because Jessica Lange made brief eye contact with me. So if you’re not getting great writing — and honestly, you’re not — ask to have lunch with the screenwriter. I’ve seen you on interviews. You’re charming. That charm could work wonders.”
We must say, John August makes some valid points, and he DID write the screenplay for Big Fish, which was an excellent film.
Sorry to say it Jessica, but you DID act in Valentine's Day and Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer
and The Eye and The Love Guru.
Maybe it's not a terrible idea to thumb through that screenplay, every once in a while. Just a thought!
Team August or Team Alba?