The brains behind the wild comedy ROUGH NIGHT are real-life couple, writer-director Lucia Aniello and writer-actor Paul W. Downs. Them and Ilana Glazer have made a splash in today’s pop culture with the TV show Broad City.

The movie stars Scarlett Johansson, Zoë Kravitz, Kate McKinnon, Demi Moore, Jillian Bell, Ty Burrell, Glazer, Dean Winters, and Enrique Murciano.

I recently spoke with Murciano (The Black List) about his experience working in the film, now playing in theaters nationwide.

How are you doing Enrique?

Great! Did you think that the movie was fun?

I think it’s the best R-rated comedy of the year. I didn’t know what to expect because I haven’t watched Broad City.

I read the script and my agent told me to see Broad City. I did and then said “I need to be in this movie!” Is like a beautiful family. I only have three or four scenes in the movie so I was there for a week or two. During the day we would shoot, and at night we just talked, have some pizza and relax. It was a great group and you can see that love on the screen.

How was it working with the funniest people in Hollywood?

These are the most talented girls working right now. It’s like an all-star basketball team where one is just better than the other. When I was filming I thought “This is funny as sh*t!” I think that this is a special movie. I’ve worked with many people that I respect, but there is nothing that Jillian Bell can’t do. Not just being funny, but she makes it real, truthful and sweet. She is one of my favorite people in the funny.

With a script this rich, was there room for improvisation?

These group of artists, Lucia, Paul, and Ilana, they work on Broad City together, so there is a level of trust, respect and collaboration. Sometimes you see a movie and you think “This sucks!” When you see this one you will think “These talented people love each other and I am happy that I paid to be here.” I am proud of it.

If they ask you to choose a location in Latin America for the sequel, what places would you suggest?

Havana! I would love to shoot there. It’s a complicated place with a complicated history, but people there have a sense of humor that I believe that it would be a great character itself in the movie.

ROUGH NIGHT is now playing in theaters nationwide.

Five best friends from college reunite 10 years later for a wild bachelorette weekend in Miami. Their hard partying takes a hilariously dark turn when they accidentally kill a male stripper. Amidst the craziness of trying to cover it up, they’re ultimately brought closer together when it matters most.