• Wet Hot American Summer Netflix prequel series gets July premiere date

    Hello, Camp Firewood! Everything sure is coming up WHAS these days, isn’t it? First, they announced the prequel mini series, to be released on Netflix. Then we found out that the ENTIRE CAST would be returning. (Yup, even the Oscar nominees). Oh yeah, there was also Wet Hot American Summer: The Play. But today came the best news of all: Netflix officially announced the official premiere date of Wet Hot

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    Wet Hot American Summer on stage! Cult comedy flick becomes a play, but will it work?

    It’s good to be a Wet Hot American Summer fan right about now. Well, it’s good to be that most of the time, since telling a group of people that you have to go hump the fridge is probably the best way to single out new friends from the herd, based on reaction. But now, more than ever, WHAS is experiencing something of a popular renaissance: we’ve already heard about

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    Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp trailer reveals cast (Video)

    Netflix’s Wet Hot American Summer limited series has a trailer and thanks to the video, we also know the cast. Amy Poehler, Elizabeth Banks, Michael Ian Black, Oscar-nominated Bradley Cooper, Judah Friedlander, Janeane Garofalo, Joe Lo Truglio, Ken Marino, Christopher Meloni, Marguerite Moreau, Zak Orth, David Hyde Pierce, Paul Rudd, Molly Shannon and Michael Showalter will all return to Camp Firewood for the eight-episode series. How such large names were

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    David Wain reveals ‘Wet Hot American Summer’ prequel details on Late Night with Seth Meyers (Video)

    David Wain visited Late Night with Seth Meyers last night to promote his new movie They Came Together, which hits theaters June 27 and stars Amy Poehler and Paul Rudd. Also starring the likes of Cobie Smulders, Ed Helms and Michael Ian Black, it’s a romantic comedy that basically rails against romantic comedies. In short, we can’t wait to peep it in theaters. But Meyers also got Wain talking about

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    ‘Wet Hot American Summer’ headed to Netlfix as television series

    Wet Hot American Summer, the 2001 cult comedy classic from David Wain and Michael Showalter, is headed to Netflix in the form of a 10-episode television series. This, according to sources, who have spoken to Variety, who broke the news moments ago. If the project comes to fruition, a Wet Hot American Summer series will act as a prequel to the movie, which starred Showalter, Janeane Garofalo, David Hyde Pierce,

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    David Wain on Wet Hot American Summer sequel: We have more than a few pages done (Exclusive)

    Once the hopes and chatter became official months ago when David Wain and Michael Showalter confirmed that yes, there would, indeed, be a sequel to the cult comedy classic Wet Hot American Summer, comedy nerds worldwide have been asking: When? The question, of course, comes from an emotional place, because we all know that a project like this takes time– especially since its creators are plenty busy with multiple projects.

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    Ken Marino, Michael Ian Black, Kristen Bell and more will star in Bachelor parody for Yahoo!

    If you felt amazingly satisfied after watching Funny Or Die’s parody of The Bachelor starring David Spade — I know I did — you are going to mess your pants now. Ken Marino, he of Wet Hot American Summer, The State and many a comedy nerd girl’s sexual fantasies, will star in a new Web show titled Burning Love, which will premiere on Yahoo! Screen’s Comedy Channel June 4. Marino’s

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    The boring truth about the Wet Hot American Summer sequel (UPDATE)

    A few weeks ago, Michael Showalter caused a lot of comedy nerds to lose their shit, when he told Bravo host Andy Cohen on Watch What Happens Live!, in no uncertain terms, that the Wet Hot American Summer sequel was a go. Cohen read a Twitter question from a viewer about the possible second installment to the flick Showalter and David Wain wrote. Showalter’s response: “Absolutely yes. One hundred percent

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    Check out photos from the ‘Wet Hot American Summer’ reunion at Sketchfest!

    San Francisco’s stellar comedy event Sketchfest (running through Feb. 4) — the 11th annual, don’t you know? — kicked off Jan. 19 and has already hosted some amazing shows, one of which was a Wet Hot American Summer reunion! Dubbed Wet Hot American Summer: The Live Radio Play, the star-studded reading adapted for the stage by Ben Acker and Ben Blacker, went down this past Saturday at the Marines’ Memorial

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    Watch Paul Rudd and Jennifer Aniston in the first trailer for David Wain’s “Wanderlust”

    Years ago, I became that type of person — and I believe there are many — who will watch pretty much anything Paul Rudd is in– movies, guest spots on corny network shows, Tim and Eric appearances, viral videos, whatever. So the chances of me laying down some cash to watch him and Jennifer Aniston in Wanderlust (in theaters Feb. 24, 2012) are pretty great. Oh, and David Fucking Wain,

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    Wet Hot American Summer: Laughspin and Showalter, Wain, Black reflect on the cult comedy

    The state bird of New Jersey is the mosquito. The statement, offered in jest by a movie character from behind the digitalized safety net of the TV screen, had at least one audience member thoroughly riled. It was all the encouragement my friend Richie, a Jersey boy born and bred, needed to narrow a set of steely eyebrows at the television and extend his middle finger, in a futile act

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    Michael Ian Black’s “Very Famous” Laughspin interview

    Michael Ian Black has done stand-up and sketch. He has performed in, written and directed in the moving pictures, and is probably the comic the youth of America are most likely to point to when asked to name an influential figure in pop culture. But did you also know that, in his high school yearbook, Black was voted most likely to have a stranger’s pet named after him? Okay, well,

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