Hillary Busis
June 04, 2013 AT 09:45 PM EDT

One of the web’s biggest viral video dens is diversifying. CollegeHumor has teamed up with digital distributor FilmBuff for an original feature-length comedy called Coffee Town.

The film, written and directed by Arrested Development producer Brad Copeland, stars Glenn Howerton (It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia) as Will, a website manager who uses a local coffee shop as his home base. When Will learns that the shop’s owners are planning to turn it into a “bistro-lounge,” he and his pals — including Ben Schwartz, better known as Parks and Recreation‘s Jean-Ralphio — embark on a plan to save their beloved hangout. Naturally, a fake robbery and some literal toilet humor follow. Almost-Wonder Woman Adrianne Palicki and Josh Groban — who’s been moonlighting as a comedian for years now — also star as Will’s dream girl and his jerky romantic rival, respectively.

Coffee Town hits On Demand, iTunes, and Amazon July 9. The film will also have select theatrical engagements this summer.

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