Saturday Night Live regulars Jason Sudeikis and Bill Hader’s film The Line has begun rolling out online via YouTube and other outlets. Shot last month in front of the Cobble Hill Cinemas on Court Street, the piece follows fans lining up for the opening of a new sci-fi flick 11 days before it opens:
Journalnow.com: Hader and Rich, wrote the script during the strike (Internet work wasn’t forbidden under the strike rules) and shared it with Michaels’ production company. They were assembling a cast and crew when the strike ended and SNL resumed taping, putting the project on hold. But after the season ended, Broadway Video revived the idea. The series signed a sponsor, Sony Pictures, and integrated the posters for three new Sony films into the backdrop of the episodes.
The staging was rather simple: All the action occurs along a red concrete-block wall outside the Cobble Hill Cinemas in Brooklyn.
The series unfolds not unlike an SNL digital short. Sudeikis stands out as a manager who treats moviegoers as a menace. He often calls them “you people,” as in “You people need to start washing your bodies, or I’m going to call the police.”
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