He started in the mess hall, but now he’s a big deal chef For fans of the original Wet Hot American Summer, one of the most satisfying parts of the new star-studded Netflix sequel is seeing that lowly line cook Gary (played by A.D. Miles) has blossomed into a hot shot Manhattan chef. Show More Summary
In this edition of Sequel Bits: Alien: Covenant gets a cool special effects video Edgar Wright talks about the potential for Baby Driver 2 Wet Hot American Summer is getting the comic book treatment M. Night Shyamalan provides an update...Show More Summary
We may be smack in the middle of August, and you may still be making your way through Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later, but don’t kid yourself: It’s nearly September, which means it’s almost time for fall television.September and October will, of course, bring the usual onslaught of ... More »
The 90s are so hot right now, and the creators of "Wet Hot American Summer" took advantage of that with "Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later," which made its debut on Netflix last week. "10 Years Later" takes place in 1991, while...Show More Summary
Wet Hot American Summer teeters between being a rousing, fast-paced tall tale suited to the campfire and a relentless joke delivery machine. The first half of Ten Years Later has leaned too far toward the latter, so even when the jokes land, there’s a certain emptiness to the whole affair. Show More Summary
Wet Hot American Summer returned to Netflix on Aug. 4 with an eight-episode series subtitled Ten Years Later, a nod to the 2001 film where a group of counselors agree to meet up 10 years after their memorable Summer. But never the type...Show More Summary
Netflix’s Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later raises many questions, ones like, was that David Hyde Pierce’s Emmy-filled, be-skulled home office? Or was it just made to look like it, as a joke about how the franchise famously has had to work around people’s schedule? Vulture was curious, so ... More »
On the /Film Daily podcast for August 10, 2017, Peter Sciretta is joined by Ben Pearson, Brad Oman and Jacob Hall, who stop by the water cooler to discuss Wet Hot American Summer: 10 Years Later, The Magic Castle, RPG cases, and Mondo’s Home Alone Cheese Pizza Vinyl. Show More Summary
True love stories have no endings is a quote I once used to open a wedding ceremony I officiated; Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later has, like, so many endings. Remember how Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King had three endings? Well, this had more. I ... More »
At some point during these eight episodes of Wet Hot, I’m going to have to get it through my head that Ten Years Later is not a sequel to the movie. It’s a sequel to the entire franchise, including, but not limited to, practically every single character and element introduced so far. Show More Summary
Netflix's TV series Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp, a prequel to the 2001 movie Wet Hot American Summer, has pulled off a rather amazing feat - it got nearly all of its original cast members to return for the follow-up series, Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later. Show More Summary
If you watched Netflix's Wet Hot American Summer: 10 Years Later, the sequel to Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp, you may have noticed that Bradley Cooper looks like a little different. That's because it's Adam Scott! You know, the lovable Parks and Recreation and Party Down star. Show More Summary
Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later is set in the early 1990s, but it still features music from the early ’80s on its soundtrack, perhaps most notably the original arena rocker, “Higher and Higher.” It’s a trademark of the series — it also appears in the prequel Wet Hot American Summer: ... More »
From ‘Search Party’ to ‘Wet Hot American Summer,’ meet the comedian who is changing the way we look—and laugh—at gay characters on TV.
Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later is utterly realistic in every possible way, except for one major flaw: Nobody knows how to run in it. You might expect that moving along the ground quickly by using your legs would be something that most people would master by the time ... More »
From peasant blouses to fanny-packs.
Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later reunites us with the Camp Firewood junior counselors a decade after the jam-packed summer of 1981, and lots has changed — particularly when it comes to fashion. Baseball socks have been replace by colorful leggings, muscle tees have been usurped by cable-knit sweaters, ... More »
This return to Camp Firewood is even better than the last. Read more...
If you spent the weekend binge-watching Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later, you undoubtedly experienced a form of nostalgia inception, reminiscing about the original 2001 film, the childhood summer camps it parodied, and the early-’90s tropes adopted by the new series. It’s a lot to remember, but the goofy ... More »
Summer may almost be over, but BOOM! Studios want to give us more goodies before we send this summer off. The comic publisher that has great hits like Lumberjanes, Giant Days, Brave Chef […] The post Wet Hot American Summer’s Coming to BOOM! Studios appeared first on Geek.com.