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Flight of the Conchords movieWill there be a movie based on the Flight of the Conchords TV show? It’s really hard to say, especially if you listen to the people should know the answer.

At the recent premiere of The Muppets, star/co-creator Bret McKenzie offhandedly said, “We’re gonna try and do a movie… We just need a story.” McKenzie served as music supervisor on The Muppets and co-created Conchords with James Bobin (the movie’s director) and Jermaine Clement.

HBO later said, “There are no plans for a Flight of the Conchords movie.”

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Flight of the Conchords

Flight of the Conchords

This comedy series centers around the adventures of a two man band from New Zealand (Flight of the Conchords) as they try to expand their career in New York City. The real-life duo, with musicians Jemaine Clement and Bret McKenzie, play fictionalized versions of themselves, and they created the show, along with James Bobin. Jemaine and Bret uproot themselves from their homeland of New Zealand to try and find success as a novelty folk duo in the Big Apple. They meet often with their manager, Murray Hewitt (Rhys Darby), at the New Zealand consulate. Mel (Krisen Schaal) is their lone groupie, but they keep pushing this married woman away on the advice of Dave Mohumbhai (Arj Barker), their pawn shop worker friend. The duo break into song at various points in each episode, with the songs built into the storyline in different ways. At least once per episode, a song is shown in music video form. Occasionally the other characters break out in song as well. Their enthusiastic songs provide a contrast to their lowkey lifestyles when they're not singing.

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