We sit down with Jacob Tremblay and other stars and filmmakers behind raunchy Good Boys to discuss R-rated comedies and middle school.
Middle school was a rough time. Everyone who experienced it knows that, so it’s easy to see how it became a treasure trove of comedy in Good Boys, the new raunchy laugher that’s been hailed by its producers Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg as the Superbad of an even younger generation. Yet it is amusing to see the disconnect even among those who made the movie, like writer-director Gene Stupnitsky and co-screenwriter Lee Eisenberg, and those still experiencing these alleged wonder years, such as stars Jacob Tremblay, Brady Noon, and Keith L. Williams. We sat down with all five at SXSW to talk about this time in their lives, past and present.
“Yeah, middle school was not sentimental, it was horrible. I think