Joel McHale Britta Tweets Community Green Light

Officially, Dan Harmon’s comedy Community gets its green light that actor Joel McHale Britta tweets Gillian Anderson not Gillian Jacobs. Also, starring in the movie are Danny Pudi, Alison Brie, Ken Jeong and Jim Rash. 

Last September 30, EW posts the confirmation from Peacock that finally 6 seasons and a movie is truly happening. And recently, McHale took to twitter to share the development. Only, he tagged the wrong Gillian. As a result, the hilarious exchange could very well lead to an addition to the cast for a “new love interest” in the movie. Let’s cross our fingers!

Joel McHale Britta Tweets Community Green Light

Community Gets Its Movie With Peacock

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Quite notable that there are actors that McHale did not include in his tweet. Could this mean they won’t be there? But, the twitterverse is quick to notice that @GillianA may just very well be a Britta post. This means “a small mistake”. Of course this post then leads to the actual Gillian Anderson replying. Apparently, the actress is down for a part in the movie.

Again, fans are quick to follow the exchange. As this prompted McHale to “update” the new co-star about the schedule.

Finally, last October 2, McHale retweeted a supposed “scene” to update the developing production.

In the comments, there are some who even suggested she appear as Special Agent Skully in the movie. Apparently, a lot of Community fans do not mind a crossover with the X-Files.

Joel McHale Britta Tweets Community Green Light

Community Gets Its Movie With Peacock

Image: NBC

Whether or not Anderson really gets into the Community movie, the great news is that the movie is happening. Six seasons for a sitcom is no easy feat. With its premise, a suspended lawyer forced to finish his degree in a community college and encounter staff and student body, it has become the definition of Community itself. The comedy and situations Jeff Winger and his friends went through deserve a culmination via movie feature.

According to Susan Rovner, NBCUniversal Executive:

Six seasons and a movie’ started out as a cheeky line from Community’s early seasons and quickly ignited a passionate fan movement for this iconic, hilarious, and cool (cool, cool) NBC comedy. We’re incredibly grateful that 15 years later, we are able to deliver fans this promised movie and can’t wait to get to work with Dan Harmon, Andrew Guest, Joel McHale, Sony, and our partners at UTV to continue this epic comedy for Peacock audiences.

Actors Donald Glover and Yvette Nicole Brown were not included in Peacock’s announcement even though they were in McHale’s tweet. Nevertheless, it’s likely that the actors are still currently in negotiations. Meanwhile, with the creator and most of the characters already on board, there is no stopping this movie from actually streaming on Peacock soon.

Thankfully, fans can now more confidently anticipate the arrival of the actual movie.

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