Judd Apatow rarely attaches his name to a flop, and Wanderlust, the new comedy he’s producing, doesn’t seem like it will be an exception to the rule. Jennifer Aniston and Paul Rudd play Linda and George, a New York City power couple who fall on hard times and end up joining a hippie commune. It’s the first time the two actors have paired up since 1998’s The Object of My Affection, when he played the gay best friend that she fell madly in love with. They seem to make a great comedic team, and the movie looks promising — sort of like a much funnier version of Martha Marcy May Marlene.
Wanderlust comes out on February 24. -Allison Friedman