After immersing Pete Davidson in a Staten Island fire station to face his demons, Judd Apatow completes a completely different project. He is collaborating for a second time with Netflix, after having created the excellent series Love, for a very meta feature film available on the platform on April 1st. A clue in itself. With The Bubble, he will take us behind the scenes of the filming of a blockbuster in times of Covid-19. And if we are absolutely not looking for projects inspired by the pandemic, through the azimuth prism of the prince of American comedy, originally 40 years old, still a virgin, Funny People or even Knocked up, mode d job, we sign. For the occasion, Netflix has decided to teaser the film within the film. In this short trailer, no trace of The Bubble, but the apocalyptic trailer of Cliff Beasts 6: The Battle for Everest, at the crossroads between yet another opus of Jurassic World and Jumanji, accompanied by the following synopsis, straight out from a blockbuster scenario generator: “Once again, mankind is threatened by a species of dinosaur: the Cliff Beasts. The team must reunite, after five long years, to fight the Cliff Beasts – but this time on Mount Everest.” On his set, Judd Apatow notably brought together his faithful collaborators: his wife, Leslie Mann, and his daughter, Iris Apatow, but also Karen Gillan (Jumanji). We will also find comedian Fred Armisen, Maria Bakalova (Borat), David Duchovny (Californication), but also masks, hydroalcoholic gel and barrier gestures.
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