Web comedy enterprise CollegeHumor is putting out its first-ever feature film today. Called Coffee Town, it stars Glenn Howerton (Always Sunny), Ben Schwartz (Parks and Rec), and Steve Little (Eastbound and Down) as three friends who band together to save their neighborhood coffee shop. The movie marks the directorial debut of Brad Copeland, who wrote some great Arrested Development episodes and Wild Hogs. Coffee Town is now available on iTunes, Amazon, and all other digital platforms. The movie is also playing in a theatrical tour that begins today in NYC and will then hit other places, as tours tend to do.
Check out the trailer below:
CollegeHumor is branching out from the web videos game into producing a full-length movie, directed by Arrested Development's Brad Copeland and starring Glenn Howerton, Ben Schwartz, and Steve Little. It's called Coffee Town and it's about three freeloadin' friends. (Which, Three Freeloadin' Friends I mean, is also the title of my upcoming country-rap album.) Howerton plays "an underachieving web designer who plans to stage a fake robbery in order to preserve his daily routine at a local coffee shop, which is being converted into a pub." Over-under's at 3 for the amount of times this character pops his shirt off real quick.