Craig Robinson, Andy Samberg and Common to Star in New Stoner Flick 'Super High'

A cannabis-fueled superhero movie.

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Craig Robinson, Andy Samberg and Common will be starring in a new stoner flick titled Super High.

The upcoming movie will be a comedic superhero movie, set in a world where superpowers are attained by smoking “special weed.” According to sources, the movie was caught in the middle of a hot bidding war for its promising specs, eventually landing in the hands of Warner‘s New Line Cinema. Adam Mansbach, the author of New York Times bestseller Go the F*ck to Sleep, while Shamier Anderson will be leading production alongside Richard Brener and Dave Neustadter. Super High is still in its early stages of development, and an official release date has yet to be set.

In other news, Andy Samberg has been “rethinking” the future of Brooklyn Nine-Nine amid Black Lives Matter issues.

DISCLAIMER: We discourage illegal cannabis consumption. Please be mindful of your local rules and laws on the use of marijuana.

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