Now that Trainwreck, Amy Schumer’s first time in a big-screen starring role and Judd Apatow’s first time directing a female-led feature, has had a full weekend to surpass box office expectations, the critical reaction has split, as it so often does when Schumer is involved, into two opposing camps. Show More Summary
The Trainwreck star played Sonja Morgan from Real Housewives of New York
Director Judd Apatow has been mercilessly prosecuting accused serial sexual assaulter Bill Cosby, and he didn't let up on New Day Wednesday morning, saying the scandal is the worst thing to ever happen in show business, and likening Cosby to a pedophile priest.
Amy Schumer just keeps impressing us with her Reality TV knowledge! If you follow pop culture at all, then you know that Trainwreck came out this past weekend and absolutely killed it at the box office. Well, to promote the comedy, Amy, Judd Apatow, and Bill Hader stopped by Watch What Happens Live! to treat Andy Cohen [...]
Anne Hathaway turned a snippy joke about her into a love letter to Amy Schumer and Judd Apatow's comedy, "Trainwreck."
I really wanted to like "Trainwreck." It's directed by one of my favorite filmmakers (Judd Apatow), it stars one of the best up-and-coming comedians right now (Amy Schumer), and it features an incredible cast of comedians like Bill Hader and Colin Quinn, actors like Tilda Swinton and Brie Larson, and even sports stars like Lebron James and John Cena. Show More Summary
“Trainwreck” director Judd Apatow as Bill Cosby on The Tonight Show. (more…)
Fun fact: Before he hit it big as a big-screen director, Judd Apatow got busy on the standup comedy circuit. On Monday, he tried out some new material based on his off-camera roles as family man, member of the tribe, and one of Bill Cosby’s most vocal critics in Hollywood.
The SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE star takes her off-kilter genius to the big screen. Read the full article on AICN Judd Apatow and Amy Schumer’s TRAINWRECK is loaded with a murderer’s row of comedic talent recruited from the stand-up, improv and, strangely, professional sports scenes. Show More Summary
The foundation of Jerry Seinfeld's comedy, whether in his stand-up or his '90s sitcom, is finding the absurdities of everyday life, the significance of the insignificant. And as he told comedic filmmaker Judd Apatow last year in an interview...Show More Summary
Judd Apatow has been extremely vocal against Bill Cosby. During a stand-up set Monday night on "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon," Apatow took the opportunity to again speak out against Cosby yet again. "Cosby is still out on the road. Show More Summary
Judd Apatow performed stand-up last night for the first time since he stopped at age 24. Apatow's Tonight Show stand-up debut probably felt really scary now that he is extremely successful as a comedy filmmaker. Like, what if he wasn't funny? I'm just trying to reiterate what he was probably repeating to himself in the darkest depths of his mind. Show More Summary
Last night, 47-year-old Judd Apatow finally achieved 25-year-old Judd Apatow’s dream: a stand-up set on The Tonight Show. But he’s still Judd Apatow, so it probably shouldn’t come as a surprise that the closing portion of his performance,...Show More Summary
Don't expect Judd Apatow to back down on his criticism of Bill Cosby anytime soon. The Trainwreck director delivered a stand-up set on The Tonight Show Monday, during which he did a pitch-perfect impression of Cosby. After expressing...Show More Summary
Judd Apatow reamed Bill Cosby during a stand up routine on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Monday evening (July 20) in New York City. “Cosby is still out on the road. Isn’t that weird? He’s like doing stand-up. What do you think his act is like? Do you think he’s still talking about [...]
No jokes about Roman Polanksi, Woody Allen, or Louis CK.
Comedy Central’s late-night host Larry Wilmore, and NBC’s Tonight show late-night guest Judd Apatow both performed scathing impressions last night of Bill Cosby, who has been accused of drugging and sexually assaulting dozens of women...Show More Summary
Judd Apatow was once more of a stand-up comic than a writer, sharing stages with everyone from Adam Sandler to Paul Feig. Then Apatow realized that he could do better off the stage, and films like Knocked Up and Trainwreck were born....Show More Summary
Director Judd Apatow is the troll in the corner in a family full of beautiful women. From The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
Judd Apatow Mocks Bill Cosby’s Rape Allegations Judd Apatow is wild boy, but we can’t front like we didn’t laugh…lol What you think? Did Judd go too far?