Those frustrated over the lack of quality summer movies should take solace in the news that Cyrus finally arrives in theaters on June 18th. The Fox Searchlight comedy was a huge hit when it screened at both the Sundance Film Festival and South by Southwest Film Festival earlier this year; it's easily one of my favorite films of 2010 so far for a number of different reasons (most of which end with the word Duplass), and I'm pretty sure all of you will dig it too.

John C. Reilly stars as a cool-but-awkward dude who meets the girl of his dreams (Marisa Tomei), only to soon realize that her son (Jonah Hill) has some serious attachment issues, to say the least. Surprisingly, this is only the third directorial feature for brothers Jay and Mark Duplass -- and while the latter continues to build a healthy career in front of the camera, the two remain determined to churn out these magnificent gems as directors; films that deliver Hollywood-style stories with a very down-to-earth, this-just-happened-to-me approach. I've always admired the way these guys make films; finding a way to get the very best for very little. Their second short film, This is John, got accepted to Sundance and it only cost the boys three bucks (the cost of tape) to make. If there's anyone aspiring filmmakers should be watching right now, it's Jay and Mark Duplass.

Fox Searchlight has provided Cinematical with a behind-the-scenes featurette that talks all about the Duplass style of filmmaking, which is one that's becoming increasingly more popular with audiences as of late. Definitely a must watch for fans and aspiring filmmakers, plus those who want to learn a little more about one of summer's best comedies. Check it out after the jump ...