Community: Two beloved events will not be featured in the film

Community: Two beloved events will not be featured in the film


It has been known for some time that Peacock ordered the production of the film of Community, the beloved television series created by Dan Harmon and which ended in 2014. The announcement came in September 2022 and since then fans went wild creating speculation regarding the film's tram. During the last episode of Six Seasons and a Podcast , Dan Harmon himself wanted to underline what will not be present in the film .

Community : Dan Harmon's words about the film

Apparently there will be neither paintball, a recurring appointment in the various seasons of the series, nor any reference to Dungeons and Dragons (by the way, did you know that you can recover the board game on Amazon?). These are Harmon's words:

It's much easier for me to exclude things instead of telling you what we would like to do. For example, we asked ourselves, "Do we really think it would be a good idea to do an episode about paintball?" It's one of the first things to rule out because it's the first thing that comes to mind, and that's a problem with the idea of ​​a Community movie. We've done a lot of episodes where you're gleefully locked into a narrative construct that's not traditional for sitcoms, but closer to the point of view of David Fincher or Martin Scorsese. There were so many special episodes that were homages to the genre. Those on paintball were an example. We've attempted to make more about paintball, and they were always great to make, but would anyone ever capture the joy of the first paintball episode?

Harmon also said that those episodes, as well as those on Dungeons & Dragons were "emblematic of what made our series special" , but in writing the film, he felt "compelled to leave out a similar story, even if a better writer wouldn't have done it” . Then Harmon always stated that the film will not see a decaying Greendale Community College nor will it be set in real time:

Nothing particularly clever would come of using the school's fall or its resurrection as a narrative trick, because it doesn't make sense that half of your film is unrecognizable. It would not be absurd, however, to suggest that enough time has passed that both the world and the characters of Community have changed so that they face many particular events. They haven't seen each other for a long time, and it's not because they fought… There's a reason they see each other again and a reason they should stay together.

Community: The Movie will star Joel McHale, Danny Pudi, Alison Brie, Gillian Jacobs, Jim Rash and Ken Jeong. Currently there is no official information on Donald Glover engaged both for his film career and with the series Atlanta, Chevy Chase and Yvette Nicole Brown. All three, in fact, had left the series before its conclusion with Chase who had clashed several times with Harmon due to creative and thought differences. The film will be written by series writer Harmon and Andrew Guest, who will also executive produce alongside McHale, Russ Krasnoff and Gary Foster. The production will be under the control of Sony Pictures Television and Universal Television .

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