CollegeHumor Teases First Full-Length Movie 'Coffee Town'

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It's an homage to your favorite coffee shop-turned-office, plus CollegeHumor jokes
College Humor Movie 'Coffee Town' Trailer
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CollegeHumor, the Internet's viral video and sometimes off-putting comedy website, has reportedly teamed up with digital distributor FilmBuff, EW reports, to produce a feature-length comedy called Coffee Town.

The film, which focuses on the potential closing of a local coffee shop, was written and directed by Brad Copeland (of Arrested Development), with Glenn Howerton (It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia) as Will, who uses the coffee shop as his office.

According to the trailer below, Will discovers that Coffee Town might just be turned into a bistro lounge, ruining his office and everyday hangout spot with his friends. And the obvious solution is to rob the place so the bistro-lounge concept fades away once any inkling of crime pops up.

Other stars to see? Adrianne Palicki, Josh Groban, and New Girl's Jake Johnson. Watch the trailer below, as we wonder how far our coffee-loving friends would go to save their local coffee shop.

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