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Joe Russo Offers Update On: A Community Movie

Joe Russo Thinks There Be a Community Movie

You must be familiar with the name Joe Russo and his brother Anthony Russo. The infinity saga they created for all of us has left us mesmerized and wanting more. They were in-charge of “Community” series as well.

Community – From Series to a Movie

Community series
Community is a comedy genre TV series directed by Dan Harmon.

With the arrival of the meta-comedy on Netflix earlier this month, some traction has begun for a Community movie. The Russo Brothers of Cleveland are also interested in the venture. They served as executive producers and directors during the first three seasons of the series. “We will be able to do it for sure,” Joe Russo said in an interview. “We love our family in ‘Culture.’ The cast, we are still really close to them all. It would be timetable-dependent for us. But I think there is going to be a Community movie, particularly now that streaming is doing so well. Someone should step up like Netflix and make that movie.

Russos were In-charge of Community

The Russo brothers
Russo was the producer of the Community series.

Formed by “Rick and Morty” fame, Dan Harmon, “Community” aired from 2009-2015 on the NBC and Yahoo! Screen. The show stars Joel McHale, Alison Brie, Donald Glover, Gillian Jacobs and Chevy Chase in lead roles. Discussion of a “Community” movie started during the original run of the series when “Six Seasons and a Movie” became an annual rallying demand. Viewers loved the series and kept demanding more of it.  The thought of a similar movie has made a lot of buzz among the ardent fans.

Joe Would Love a “Community” Movie!

Joe Russo
Joe feels that if all goes well, a Community movie will surely hit the screens.

Since their stint on “Community” ended, Russos have gone on to make several Marvel movies, including Avengers: Endgame, the all-time highest-grossing film. Joe praised their work at the show as an essential time in their career in the interview. “We’ve been developing and subverting the genre on Community constantly. We seemed to be chasing our style and tone every week, the look and feel of it, the ratings, the action of the characters, “he said.

Sources: Reddit, Wikipedia

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