There will never be a ‘Freaks & Geeks’ movie. So stop asking, guy who played Alan.
His talent for filming women embarrassing themselves is really paying off.
But he’s being mysterious.
Details are sketchy, but it might entail charming adults acting like children.
Director: Paul Feig Cast: Kristen Wiig, Rose Byrne, Maya Rudolph, Ellie Kemper, Melissa McCarthy, Wendi McLendon-Covey Synopsis: A comedy centered on two women battling to plan their friend’s wedding party….
Brush up on their projects.
As Paula Abdul and a cartoon cat instruct us: opposites attract.
Follows the same plot as all “outrageous wedding” movies.
Freaks and Geeks producers Judd Apatow and Paul Feig are finally joining forces again to grant Kristen Wiig her first starring role in a feature film. Feig will direct, Apatow will produce, and Wiig will almost certainly act awkward. Universal Pictures is keeping the logline under wraps, those sneaky devils, but it is described as revolving around women competing to plan a friend's wedding party.Really? Are we going to do THAT movie again? Weddings, competitions, and cake icing in various cracks has been up on the silver screen more than Sharon Stone's whispering eye. I, like everyone else in the all the land, was a big fan of Freeks and Geeks, so I have faith that Apatow and Feig will bring a much needed not-eye-gaugingly-painful spin to the trite concept. Then again, we could just be looking at another Bride Wars with Wiig making digs under her breath and pulling something sexual/dead out of her pocket at the most inappropriate moment. (Variety)