If you’re a big fan of Judd Apatow and/or the "Arrested Development" gang, then here’s a new comedy you might want to read about. Producer Apatow, actor/screenwriter Seth Rogen and the young yet hilarious Michael Cera will present the teen-centric comedy "Super Bad," which I predict will be better than 80% of the teen-centric movies you see every year.
From The Hollywood Reporter: "Judd Apatow is reuniting with his "The 40-Year-Old Virgin" star Seth Rogen for the comedy "Super Bad" at Columbia Pictures. Apatow is producing the high school-themed film, while Rogen is penning the screenplay with Evan Goldberg and will co-star. Greg Mottola ("The Daytrippers"), who directed several episodes of Apatow’s short-lived TV series "Undeclared," will helm "Super Bad," with Apatow regular Jonah Hill and Michael Cera on board to star. "Saturday Night Live‘s" Bill Hader is in talks to co-star.
The story revolves around two co-dependent high school seniors (Hill and Cera) who set out to score alcohol for a party, believing that girls will then hook up with them and they will be ready for college. But as the night grows more chaotic, overcoming their separation anxiety becomes a greater challenge than getting the girls."