The look forward to Community the Movie goes to be even longer.
The follow-up film, which for a time appeared virtually legendary however was greenlit final fall by Peacock, was to begin filming in June. However like so many issues, manufacturing is on maintain because of the Writers Guild strike.
“That was a bummer, as a result of we have been getting very shut” to filming, sequence entrance man Joel McHale instructed TVLine on Thursday afternoon, whereas selling Season 2 of Fox’s Crime Scene Kitchen. “However on the similar time, I’m a thousand billion % behind the writers. The writers have to be paid.”
McHale affirmed that Group the Film is “nonetheless going to occur,” saying that “when this strike is over, we’ll come again and we’ll make it. And I’m certain that [series creator] Dan [Harmon] will put in 12 jokes addressing the very fact it took [this long to come together]. However we’ll get there. It simply make take a short time.”
Peacock ordered Group the Film in September 2022, greater than seven years after the cult traditional’s 2015 series finale. Harmon is writing the movie with former sequence scribe Andrew Visitor (whose credit embody fan-favorite episodes “Superior Dungeons & Dragons” and “A Fistful of Paintballs”).
The storyline for the film to date is mum, although Harmon previously ruled out such concepts as one other paintball competitors, a Dungeons & Dragons theme, or a situation the place Greendale has been closed for a decade (and even demolished).
What Harmon did recommend is that the examine group could have spent a big period of time aside. “It’s not as a result of they swore one another off,” he says. “There’s a motive to get collectively, after which there’s a motive they’ve to remain collectively.”
Talking with TVLine on Thursday, McHale teased, “I do know what’s occurring [in the movie] however I can’t say something.” After quipping, “Everyone dies, it’s like the tip of Hamlet,” he turned serious-ish and avowed, “From what I learn about it, it’s nice, it truly is. It’s going to be a barnburner.”
Along with McHale (as Jeff Winger), the previous sequence regulars due again for the film are Danny Pudi (as Abed Nadir), Alison Brie (Annie Edison), Gillian Jacobs (Britta Perry), Donald Glover (Troy Barnes), Jim Rash (Dean Pelton) and Ken Jeong (Ben Chang), whereas Yvette Nicole Brown (Shirley Bennett) and Chevy Chase (the late Pierce Hawthorne) stay query marks to various levels. Late-in-run solid member Keith David (Elroy Patashnik) is also expected back.