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Wet Hot American Summer 10th anniversarypalooza



As City Weekly Free Movie Night at Brewvies prepares to host a screening of Wet Hot American Summer, get yourself in the right frame of mind with articles recognizing the film's 10th anniversary. ---

Entertainment Weekly ran a retrospective on the film--a box-office flop that has subsequently become a cult classic--in its current issue. Today, on the actual 10th anniversary of the film's release, EW's blog includes an interview with Paul Rudd, who was a relative unknown when he was cast in the film as a truly horrible human being responsible for the death of children (remember, this is a comedy). Will there be a sequel? What was it like to slobber all over Elizabeth Banks? Read up on the details, then join us Wednesday night, June 29 at 8 p.m. Admission is free, but arrive early to guarantee seating.