The Making of The Curious Case of Justin Timberlake Madden
|Directed By||Victoria Breckinridge|
|Story By|| Victoria Breckinridge|
|Based On||The Curious Case of Justin Timberlake Madden|
|Starring|| Victoria Breckinridge|
|Studio||Happy Hour Films|
|Preceded By||The Curious Case of Justin Timberlake Madden|
|Succeeded By||The Curious Case of Justin Timberlake Madden 2: The Next Season|
|Release Date||January 26, 2009|
|Running Time||3 minutes|
The film depicts members of Happy Hour Films directly involved in the production of The Curious Case of Justin Timberlake Madden discussing the original film's production, also joined by David Hilbun, Seth Dickerson, and Trent Istre. Much of what was said has been forgotten, but is remembered is actor Mark Logan explaining the project is to make a one minute commercial and Breckinridge wanting to do a feature film and being stupid. Breckinridge is then quoted as mocking exactly what Logan had just said.
- Victoria Breckinridge as herself
- Mark Logan as himself
Behind the scenesEdit
Much like the film it was documenting, the film was critically and universally panned by the group's classmates. The finalized film was lost in the of summer of 2009.
Recently, a small amount of footage was uncovered by David Hilbun in archival files. However, the sound quality was so poor, and so little of the film was completed, that it is unlikely this footage will ever surface online.