More than 10 years ago, David Wain and Michael Showalter wrote an over-the-top ensemble comedy about a group of young adults working at a camp during the summer of 81. The movie, Wet Hot American Summer, was notoriously panned by critics but became a cult hit regardless. Now, Netflix is looking to take the popular project and turn it into a TV series.
The idea that Wet Hot American Summer might be returning as a TV series may have already hooked you, but it gets better. The original flick helped to jumpstart the careers of a lot of famous people, including Amy Poehler, Paul Rudd, Bradley Cooper, Ken Marino, Elizabeth Banks and more, and according...
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