'Wet Hot American Summer: 10 Years Later' trailer teases a '90s love fest — without Bradley Cooper
The streaming service debuted the trailer for Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later Thursday, and if it's anything like its predecessors — the 2001 original film and the 2015 prequel series — the new eight-part limited series will have us all wishing for our own Camp Firewood reunion.
Ten Years Later will feature a cavalcade of returning recognizable faces ranging from Paul Rudd to Amy Poehler to Elizabeth Banks. Though Bradley Cooper, who appeared in Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp and the Ten Years Later teaser, is noticeably absent from the new installment. However, given the fact that his schedule only allowed him to be on the First Day of Camp set for one day, it's not entirely surprising he's missing from Ten Years Later.
According to the trailer, it's now 1991, with the Camp Firewood crew all grown up (sort of) and living their busy, fast-paced lives. Banks' intrepid reporter, Lindsay, has evolved into a hard-assed TV personality, while Rudd's sleazy counselor Andy is now, well, still sleazy, but modeling his look off Matt Dillon's grunge rocker character from the movie Singles.
But a planned reunion at Camp Firewood is met with one major bummer: Janeane Garofalo's camp owner, Beth, announces she's selling the onetime summer haven.
Check out the trailer for Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later below, featuring new cast members Alyssa Milano and Adam Scott.
Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later debuts on Netflix Aug. 4.
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