Comedic actor Josh Plotnick makes his feature directorial debut with the dark comedy Space Station 76, a fantastic looking send up of the 1970s' vision of the future. Co-written by Plotnick with a whole team of writers, this character-driven workplace dramedy is the closest thing we’ll get to Office Space writer-director Mike Judge jumping in a time machine and going back to helm the original Star Trek series.
The movie has a strong cast in different roles than we’re used to seeing them in. It’s great to see Patrick Wilson and Liv Tyler in a comedy and Matt Bomer outside of television, and it’s just good to see Jerry O’Connell period. The film debuted at SXSW earlier this year to mostly positive reviews, and it will come out later this year.