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Good news Greendale Community College devotees: It looks like a sixth season of Community is now increasingly likely, and to series creator Dan Harmon says that a movie could also be in the works. According to a report in TV Guide, even if NBC passes on a new season of the show—which has struggled with ratings at times—producers could find another destination (possibly Hulu) for the surreal sitcom. After that, Harmon has his eyes on the big screen. He told HitFlix, "If the movie has to be made out of clay and duct tape in my basement, then that’s how the movie will be made, because there has to be closure." But, as Vulture points out, considering that director Justin Lin (the man behind some of the Fast & Furious blockbusters), who has been behind the camera on a few episodes of the show, a Lin-helmed movie isn’t outside the realm of possibility ... Discuss

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When Community makes its long-awaited comeback on Jan. 2, the students of Greendale Community College will be joined by a growing list of famous friends. And now, it’s being reported that Arrested Development star and comedian David Cross will be making a special appearance on the show he once told A.V. Club was the "best comedy on TV, hands down." Cross joins a star-studded cast of special guest appearing on season five of the NBC comedy including Arrested Development creator Mitch Hurwitz, Breaking Bad mastermind Vince Gilligan, Adult Swim’s Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim, The Daily Show’s Jon Oliver, actress Brie Larson and others. Let the great experiment begin! … Discuss


Community is quickly becoming your favorite show’s favorite show. Last week it was announced that Arrested Development creator Mitch Hurwitz will guest star on NBC’s quirky comedy series during its season five return, and now it’s been revealed that Greendale Community College will host another acclaimed showrunner. According to Entertainment Weekly, Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan will play “a smooth-talking gold digger” who stirs up trouble between Annie and Abed. We’re going to go ahead and suggest while there’s a chance that Hurwitz, Gilligan and Dan Harmon will be on set together, they just go ahead and take the opportunity to come up with an idea for a brand new super-show … Discuss