More Judd Apatow news:
The MTV Movies Blog recently had a little chat with Jonah Hill, the guy starring in Superbad who is not Michael Cera. Apparently Hill is planning to team up with Judd Apatow (who directed him in Knocked Up and produced Superbad) yet again on Pure Imagination, a movie Hill wrote and will produce along with Apatow.
I actually think this premise sounds funny:
According to the article:
Basically, I go through a bunch of traumatic stuff, and I develop an imaginary friend. Then what happens is I meet a girl, and we start dating…but the problem is I don’t know whether she [actually] exists [or] whether she’s a figment of my imagination.”
The flick promises to be a bit more ambitious than Apatow’s usual fare, and might even employ CGI, but like the other films, it will aim to keep human bonds at its core. “It’s basically a relationship movie, but the whole time I’m trying to avoid finding out whether she’s real or not,” Hill explained. “And then, my best friend who I go to for advice, is an imaginary person that I’ve made up in my mind.”
Hill later likens the script to that of Harvey.
Speaking of these guys, have you seen the R-rated Superbad trailer?
The very NSFW trailer is also very funny. You should watch it here.