Wet Hot American Summer
Fourteen years after its debut, ‘Wet Hot American Summer’ is back for a Netflix miniseries, ‘Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp.’ Reviews are rolling in: Should you head back to camp?
Amy Poehler, Paul Rudd, Bradley Cooper and the rest of the very A-list cast of Wet Hot American Summer are all back for the Netflix series, Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp. The 8-episode miniseries, which dropped in full on July 31, is actually a prequel to the original cult movie, taking place on the very first day of camp that same summer (the hilarity of which is compounded by the fact that the cast is now 14 years older, though playing three months younger). With reunions, reboots and remakes popping up at lightning pace these days, it’s hard to know what will and won’t work. Check out what some Wet Hot reviewers had to say!
A full length trailer is finally here! We’ve got our first real look at Netflix’s original series, ‘Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp,’ and it’s literally funnier than you could have imagined.
In Netflix’s Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp, which hits the streaming site on July 30, we join our favorite debauchery-loving counsellors for the very first day of summer camp, which will unfold over the course of eight episodes. Of course, the first day of camp means a ton of other firsts too: first jobs and, yup, first crushes. Check out the hilarious peak at Amy Poehler, Paul Rudd and all the other A-list “teenagers” together again!
It’s finally here! A first trailer for the Netflix series ‘Wet Hot American Summer’ has just been released and it’s even more hilarious than you could have imagined.
On July 31, Netflix will make all our dreams come true, and release an 8-episode miniseries called Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp, based of course upon the 2001 cult film, Wet Hot American Summer. In casting news which we still cannot believe, Bradley Cooper, Amy Poehler, Paul Rudd and the rest of the original A-list cast are all on board for the hilarious new comedy. Watch the first vintage-inspired trailer right now!
Firs official photos from the ‘Wet Hot American Summer’ miniseries have just been released and we seriously dare you to get through them without laughing hysterically.
We still kinda can’t believe that Netflix is reviving the 2001 cult classic film Wet Hot American Summer for an 8-episode miniseries, debuting on July 31. Well, we better believe it because we’ve now got our first look at the A-list cast together again– and the photos are even better than we could have prepared for. Bradley Cooper and Amy Poehler back at it as the camp dramatists? Yup. Paul Rudd wearing a towel around his neck and being despicable? Definitely. Elizabeth Banks rocking bell bottoms? Duh! Check out all the amazing pics right now!
This is an ideal winter pick me up! Netflix has just released the first teaser for its upcoming mini series ‘Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp,’ which is, of course, based on the cult classic film ‘Wet Hot American Summer.’ Check it out now!
It might be cold and miserable outside right now, but that doesn’t mean you can’t head to summer camp– well, on Netflix, anyway. The streaming site has just issued its official casting announcement in the form of a sneak peek, allowing us to get our first glimpse at the campsite and it’s got us giddy with excitement!
Paul hints that Andy came into ‘some money’ since his days at Camp Firewood. No word about whether or not he’s still sporting that sweet denim jacket, though.
Now that the 10th anniversary of Wet Hot American Summer is upon us, talk of a sequel to the 2001 cult classic comedy is hotter than ever. But rather than wait for the movie to happen (or not), HollywoodLife.com went straight to Paul Rudd to find out what he thinks his character, the ever-faithful Andy, would be up to today. “We did a thing in Wet Hot where they interviewed us ’10 years from now,’ and … I remember saying my character worked for the city,” he told us Aug. 23 at the NYC premiere of The Weinstein Company’s Our Idiot Brother, hosted by The Cinema Society and Altoids.