We sat down with Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann, whose Pete and Debbie characters from 'Knocked Up' have become the leads in Judd Apatow's new 'This Is 40' to discuss their work in the films. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/motion-captured/posts/leslie-mann-and-pa more
This Is 40 - SideReel Review
Complaining about a Judd Apatow movie being too long is as pointless as complaining about a Kubrick film being too cold or an Eli Roth film being too violent. Apatow has constructed something of a comedy empire, and, consi more
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The first full trailer for Judd Apatow's 'sort-of-sequel' to Knocked Up ', This Is 40 , has arrived online, and with it being a green band trailer, contains no sweary words or highly sexualised highjinks. Read More...
Director Judd Apatow describes This Is 40 as a ‘sort of sequel’ to his 2007 hit Knocked Up. But apart from a few returning characters, This Is 40 stands on its own, less a narrative-driven movie, more a character study of a family more
Few people have done as much to change the face of American comedy as Judd Apatow. Having made significant impacts in both television and film, Apatow continually manages to blend his R-rated bran... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Matthew_Newlin/2012/12/21 more
'This is 40' or as Debbie (Leslie Mann) likes to say...38. Yup, she lies about her age, even to her gynecologist.
Judd Apatow's "Funny People" starred Adam Sandler as George Simmons, a once-dynamic stand-up whose comic mojo has grown bloated and blunted after starring in a series of hit movies and ensconcing himself in a luxurious mansion.
Pete (Paul Rudd), the floppy-haired hero of Judd Apatow's winningly nimble and close-to-the-bone family- mishegoss comedy This Is 40 , is a married father of two in L.A. who escapes the frazzled swirl of his existence by engaging in deep, dark more
As Hollywood's reigning king of comedy, Judd Apatow has essentially earned the right to do whatever he wants. Comedies are a notoriously tough nut to crack, and with Apatow's strong record of mostly successful films, studio heads have been content to back more