In the latest episode of Six Seasons and the podcast, Dan Harmon, creator of Community and co-creator of Rick and Morty revealed what fans can expect from the upcoming long-awaited Community movie.
Harmon said that the original series was certainly known for a genre homage, the Western-themed paintball is particularly popular.
It’s a lot easier for me to rule out the omissions than to tell you what had been trying. For example, we go. Do we really think that a paintball episode would be appropriate? This is one of the things to exclude, because it is the first thing to avoid, and that’s a myth of the community. We were most productively made in a swarm of episodes where you are engaged in a group that isn’t a traditional sitcom narrative, but rather through the lens of David Fincher or Martin Scorsese. There were many special episodes that kind of were genre homages. That was one of them. We tried a lot of paintballs, and they were all quite beautiful. However, would anything be remembered for the original paintingball episode?
Harmon explained that Dungeons & Dragons, which was the focus of a series of games of the past, won’t be included in the production.
We were also going to play “Dagon & Dragons” for 90 minutes. If a better writer wouldn’t be the wise choice, Harmon joked.
Community has completed its six-season run in 2015 after running across multiple networks. The series has also gained even more popularity over Netflix and streamed the Six Seasons series to many fans, with the film going viral. With the announcement of the film becoming reality, the long-running slogan appears to be finalising.