‘Wet Hot American Summer’ Prequel Creator and Cast Speak About Its Netflix Revival

The counselors at Camp Firewood are gathered outside a cabin to hear announcements from the camp director when Andy, played by Paul Rudd, speeds into frame on a motorcycle. Instead of parking it, Andy—dressed in a denim jacket and jeans, with a red bandana hanging out the back pocket—jumps off the bike, sending it crashing. “I’m late,” he mumbles unapologetically, and joins the group. Gone is the “nice guy” Rudd of movies such as I Love You Man and They Came Together. Instead, Rudd plays a hormonal 16- or 17-year-old more concerned with wooing his co-counselor Katie than making sure kids don’t drown or cleaning up his meals. Such behavior flies only at Camp Firewood, the setting of Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp, an eight-episode series that hits Netflix on July 31 and a prequel to the 2001 cult film. The premiere episode also features Bradley Cooper and Amy Poehler performing a “floppy twins” duet dressed as Raggedy Ann dolls, John Slattery attempting a Willy Wonka–like somersault and a camp drop-off in a DeLorean. The series does more than pick up where Wet Hot American Summer left off; it returns to before that film takes place, to… Read full this story

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