'The Bubble': See the First Trailer for Judd Apatow's Meta Pandemic Comedy
By Meredith B. Kile
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As we close out the second full year of the coronavirus pandemic, many are taking stock of all the ways the world has changed as it struggled to contain and eradicate a deadly virus. And if you're Judd Apatow, what better way to do that than with a hilarious ensemble comedy?
On Friday, Netflix released the trailer for the writer-director's new film, The Bubble, a meta look at how the cast and crew of a major studio film -- in this case, the monstrously green-screened Cliff Beasts 6 -- cope with living and working under strict COVID guidelines during a locked-down production "somewhere in England."
"We are one of two movies in production right now," a studio executive, played by Kate McKinnon, notes in the trailer. "If we fail, the studio is going to go down."