Post by Maressa Brown It's officially wedding season! And with the success of Bridesmaids last year, the mastermind behind funny blockbusters, producer Judd Apatow, is out to nab the female demo once again with The Five-Year Engagement. This go round, he and Jason Segel (who penned the flick with Nicholas Stoller) have zeroed in not on just men or just women, but a couple: Tom, played by Segel, and Violet, played by Emily Blunt (of The Devil Wears Prada and The Adjustment Bureau fame).
Bridesmaids officially became the highest-grossing Judd Apatow-produced movie at the domestic box office yesterday. After 49 days in theaters, the raunchy female comedy has pulled in an impressive $149.4 million, edging out Apatow’s... Read Post
After churning out a series of bromance comedies, Judd Apatow is entering the arena of female friendships with the May 13 release "Bridesmaids." The film stars Kristen Wiig as Maya Rudolph's maid of honor in her upcoming wedding. Read Post