Though details about Jack Black's upcoming comedy have been kept tightly under wraps, the comic actor has spilled some of the well-kept details in an interview. According to Worst Previews.com, Black revealed the first details about "Year One" in an interview with Collinder.
In the interview, the 38-year-old funny man exposed that the Harold Ramis' movie is a biblical comedy about the old testament. He then explained about his character stating, "I'm just a dude wondering through biblical times. I'm not a famous character that you would have heard of before. Me and Michael Cera are just sort of wondering through and you get to see all these old stories from the Torah told through agnostic eyes."
Further, the man that is recently reported to be expecting his second child cleared the production's delay rumor by letting out that the script for the movie had been written before the writers' strike and the project will stick to that script. He said, "It was written before the strike, we're just plowing ahead. There won't be any re-writes as long as we're in the middle of the strike. We are sticking with the script that we had when we started, no matter what."
Meanwhile, aside from Black, "Year One" will also be starred by Cera and Christopher Mintz-Plasse, and be produced by the producer of "Knocked Up" and "Superbad", Judd Apatow . Additionally, the Columbia Pictures' film is expected to be released on June 19, 2009.