week, the four leads from the amazingly funny Superbad
hit town to promote the film. Andrew Sweeney [whose work in getting
this recorded and prepared is phenomenal] and myself met with them on
the Superbad Tour Bus at the Warped Tour in Atlanta. Those leads are:

Hill, who plays Seth to vulgar perfection in the film. Definitely a
role that will open people’s eyes in a big way. A truly special comedic

Michael Cera, who plays Evan. A lot of people know him as George Michael from Arrested Development. He’s even funnier here.

Hader, who you may know from SNL or a variety of other roles. Here he
plays Officer Slater, and his interplay with Seth Rogen and the
gentleman below is amazing stuff.

Mintz-Plasse, who arrives as Fogell. He’s a first-timer, but the
Mclovin stuff is terrific and will be the first stuff that creates a
revisionist backlash once jackoffs start quoting it at the water

Every weekday I’ll release a little video clip
from our time spent with the gents. More their answers than our
questions, since they’re better than us.

Superbad opens August 17th and you simply cannot miss it.

1: Behold as they realize they are on the Internet – A quick introduction with the boys.

2: A Nice Lookin’ Dick Jonah and gang respond to our question about the great bits both kept and cut from the film which were featured in the Red Band Trailer.

3: Backlash and Beyond Jonah discusses how proud he is with the movie and fears the inevitable
backlash. Bill talks about dubbing for TV, and Michael adds color

4: Underrated Films
Bill mentions an obscure Elliott Gould film to Nick’s comments asking
if they had any suggestions for CHUD’s ‘Guilty Pleasures’ or
‘Essentials/Underrated’ lists.

5: Apatow & DVD The guys discuss stuff to look for on the DVD and Judd Apatow’s approach to the format.

6: The Horrible Fan Michael and the guys recount an experience where a fan really said the wrong thing to him.

7: Working as an Ensemble Jonah, Chris, and Bill expound on working as an ensemble in a Judd Apatow environment.

8: The House that Fuck Built Jonah on using profanity as a crutch and Michael on the lovely new world of swearing onscreen.