This weekend's news feed was flooded with talk about the failed Fyre Festival, a luxury music festival set on a private island in the Bahamas. The festival was planned by Ja Rule and Billy McFarland, whose goal was to "create a new type of music festival and experience on a remote island."

According to Screen Rant, the event was set to occur on an island once owned by Pablo Escobar himself. Guests were promised performances by Migos, Major Lazer, Blink-182, and more.

However, what greeted guests upon their arrival was not a luxury glamping experience, but instead, a wind-torn camp that looked more like a refugee site.

The event was eventually postponed, and "Sausage Party" star Seth Rogen took to Twitter to share that he and "Popstar" creators The Lonely Island may be making a festival flop movie with him.

Seth Rogen takes to Twitter to announce possible movie collaboration

According to Entertainment Weekly, Seth Rogen tweeted about the failed Fyre Festival, writing that the event was very timely, as he and The Lonely Island may be making a festival flop movie already. He even wrote that the Fyre Festival may have stolen their ideas. Check out the tweets below.

While it's best to take Seth Rogen's tweets with a grain of salt, it is possible that The Lonely Island are collaborating with him for the festival flop movie.

"Saturday Night Live" and "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" star Andy Samberg, Jorma Taccone, and Akiva Schaffer, collectively known as The Lonely Island, released "Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping" just last year, and while the film did not do so well at the box office, it showcased what the group does very well: poke fun at celebrities.

It wouldn't be a surprise if they did a mockumentary for the Fyre Festival, just like they did with 2015's "7 Days in Hell," a tennis mockumentary with "Game of Thrones" star Kit Harington.

Fyre Festival organizers apologize to clients

As comedy enthusiasts are waiting on a possible Seth Rogen and The Lonely Island collaboration for a festival flop movie, the Fyre Festival has taken to their website to offer an explanation for the event.

The organizers seemingly criticized the venue they chose for the event, writing that they had to "attempt to build a city," from building water and waste management systems, emergency support, and transportation. They did not take into account the weather, which destroyed some of the tents that guests were supposed to sleep in.

According to the press release, "This is an unacceptable guest experience and the Fyre team takes full responsibility for the issues that occurred...All festival goers this year will be refunded in full." In addition, the Fyre Festival has decided to hold next year's event in more familiar territory: "at a United States beach venue." They're also giving away free VIP passes to next year's event for this year's guests.