From writer/director David Wain and writer/actor Ken Marino (the duo responsible for films like Role Models and Wet Hot American Summer) comes Wanderlust, a new comedy starring Paul Rudd and Jennifer Aniston.
George (Rudd) and Linda (Aniston) are a married Manhattan couple coping with the mounting pressures of modern life. When George loses his job, they decide to abandon the Big Apple and move in with George's brother (Marino) in Atlanta. En route, they happen upon Elysium, an "intentional community" that preaches shared living and free love and eschews wealth and possessions (and, in some cases, clothing). Sensing that Elysium may be the solution to their troubles, George and Linda decide to give the place a shot.
ComingSoon.net sat down to speak with Rudd, Aniston, Wain and Marino as well as Justin Theroux and Malin Akerman (who play two of Elysium's more eccentric characters, Seth and Eva) about the film and the thematic elements that it shares with some of Wain's past directing projects.
Check out the video interviews in the player below and catch Wanderlust in theaters on February 24th.