The cast of Community recently got back together for a Zoom table read for charity, but while fans were delighted with the reunion, they nonetheless haven’t given up on the goal of six seasons and a movie. With the Russo Brothers and fans both optimistic about the possibility of a film now that the show has migrated over to Netflix, it’s no surprise that the cast members themselves are entertaining the idea, and it seems there’s already a potential plot for it. During the Q&A session right after the table read, Donald Glover — who plays Troy — pitched his idea for what the movie could entail.
“What am I doing, am I writing the movie on the fly or something?” Glover said. “He’s probably lost. I feel like it’s like Abed’s gotta find him. I like those movies.” Danny Pudi responded: “I love the idea of Troy being lost, and Abed’s mission is to go find him, try to track someone down — that would be fun,” while the show’s creator Dan Harmon pretends to jot it down on a notepad, saying “It writes itself…just put in some Die Hard references.”
As to a realistic chance for a movie, Harmon says that he prefers to keep expectations low, but there has been conversations taking place and will continue to take place in the near future: “I mean, when you’re part of the Community family, you learn never to raise expectations, keep ‘em nice and low and then be pleasantly surprised. So I can say that there are conversations happening that people would want to be happening and that I’m very, very excited about the coming months.”
In other entertainment news, Apple is reportedly purchasing older TV shows and movies for its streaming platform.