Seth Rogen and The Lonely Island are still developing their Fyre Festival movie. While Rogen has numerous projects currently in various stages of development, the popular comedian hasn’t written or directed a feature film since 2016’s Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising. Never one to back down from potential controversy or taking a jab at pop culture, Rogen seems to enjoy keeping fans guessing over what challenge he’ll take on next – or in this case, when he’ll take it on.
Back in 2017, a couple of tweets from Rogen and comedy troupe The Lonely Island (consisting of Andy Samberg, Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone) revealed that the two camps were in the process of creating a disaster comedy based on the concept of a music festival that goes horribly wrong. This information was provided just after the now infamous Fyre Festival brought stunned concertgoers to a nightmare event in the Caribbean that was meant to be the ultimate music festival party. Since that time, two documentary films have been released about the Fyre Festival debacle, but Rogen and The Lonely Island’s film has yet to materialize, leaving fans of the comedians to wonder what’s going on
Join IAA’s Plug Community Today & Get Connected In Seconds!⏰