Feminist Washington Post film critic Ann Hornaday was the first one to see Hollywood sexism in the stabbings and shootings of one sick young man at the University of California-Santa Barbara who killed six. Hornaday tweeted out her article:...Show More Summary
Evan Anderson has created “The 40-Year-Old Psychopath,” a fake teaser trailer that imagines Judd Apatow‘s 2005 romantic comedy, The 40-Year-Old Virgin, as a psychological horror film. In this dark version of the movie, Andy Stitzer (Steve Carell) is portrayed as a crazed serial killer. via The Roosevelts, The Awesomer
When AdFreak's Roo Ciambriello, who is our favorite new ad writer, said the new Cornetto Cupidity ad entitled 40 Love "is totally worth the watch" and is "a bit like a softer and sweeter Judd Apatow movie" and that there might be "Pabst Blue Ribbon in there somewhere," we were hooked. We grabbed a cup of coffee and tuned in for the ride. Show More Summary
The fast-food chain has enlisted prominent writers like Toni Morrison, Judd Apatow and George Saunders to write essays and notes for its cups and bags.
Dubbing them “two-minute readings,” Chipotle has released a series of essays from the likes of Toni Morrison, George Saunders, Jonathan Safran Foer, Malcolm Gladwell, Bill Hader, Sarah Silverman, and Judd Apatow which appear on their cups… Chipotle Adds Celebrity-Written Essays by Malcolm Gladwell, Judd Apatow and More to Cups and Bags is a post by Alec Banks on Highsnobiety.
Seth Rogen has been in the industry for over a decade, and through that time he has made some observations about the films that are produced for mass consumption. Breaking out in Judd Apatow’s Knocked Up, these days Rogen is the leading voice in most modern comedies. Being that he’s the voice of a generation
[Content Note: Illustration of a beetle.]I've had some requests to share pictures of my birthday celebration, and that is not something I'm really inclined to do, because some things are just too precious to me to share. But I will say...Show More Summary
The concept of the bromance is a long-standing trend in popular media, even if the term wasn’t really tossed around until the mid-aughts, thanks to Judd Apatow’s sensitive, aged frat-boy oeuvre. Now, illustrator Dave Collinson is celebrating the trend by paying tribute to pop culture’s best buds, from the Blues Brothers to Walt and Jesse. His collection, spotted via … Read More
Seth Rogen may be having conscience twinges over his Justin Bieber trash talk-fest. Replying to a tweet from director Judd Apatow congratulating him on Bieber-bashing interviews for his new film Neighbors, Rogen tweeted, “Thanks, man, I’m glad they’re done because I’m starting to feel guilty.” Seth Rogen appears to be doing a little reflecting on
Very few details have been released regarding ‘Trainwreck’, a new film from Judd Apatow. Pretty much all we know is that Apatow will be directing, Amy Schumer wrote the script and LeBron James will be joining a rather interesting cast. Joining Amy Schumer and LeBron is Bill Hader, Brie Larson, Jon Glaser, Vanessa Bayer, Barkhad […]
No matter what you think about Judd Apatow‘s movies, you can’t deny he pulls in a lot of stars for each one. Even The 40 Year Old Virgin, his first movie, is packed with major stars in even the smallest roles. (Sure, at the time, some...Show More Summary
He's taking his talents to a Judd Apatow movie. NBA superstar LeBron James tweeted that he's officially onboard "Trainwreck," the latest Apatow-directed comedy for Universal Pictures.
LeBron James can’t stop making movie deals. On top of his upcoming role in the Kevin Hart flick “Ballers” and murmurs of a film in the works about LeBron’s youth, now the Miami Heat star has been tapped for a part in a new Judd Apatow comedy called “Trainwreck.” Apatow confirmed the news on Twitter […]
When Harold Ramis died earlier this year, many remembrances mentioned that he left behind Judd Apatow as perhaps his most direct descendant. Like Ramis, Apatow has surrounded himself with a constellation of mostly male, often slobbish...Show More Summary
Unfortunately, it's not Space Jam 2. Lebron James has joined the cast of Trainwreck, a movie starring Amy Schumer, Bill Hader, Tilda Swinton and Method Man. Say, that's a lot of neat people! Here, I'll let Judd Apatow tell it himself. Post by Judd Apatow. 11 Lines I Hope LeBron Delivers In This Movie "Hi, I'm LeBron James. Show More Summary
A remarkably large percentage of American comedies, especially those featuring members of Judd Apatow’s extended ensemble, preach the importance of growing up. The irony is that they also depend on their stars not taking that lessonShow More Summary
The Miami Heat's LeBron James may not have landed an MVP award this season, but he has landed a role in an upcoming Judd Apatow film, according to The Hollywood Reporter's Rebecca Ford. The movie, called Trainwreck, will be headlined by Amy Schumer and Saturday Night Live alum Bill Hader. Show More Summary
The cast for Trainwreck just got a little bigger—and several feet taller. Deadline reports that Miami Heat forward LeBron James will appear in the Universal comedy, written by Amy Schumer and directed by Judd Apatow. (The latter has never helmed a film he didn’t pen himself, so that’s something). Show More Summary
Method Man signs on for a supporting role in the comedy, which stars Amy Schumer as a young woman who tries to rebuild her life. [...]