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Press for the movie Trainwreck is in full gear, and now the production behind the Judd Apatow film has released new images of some surprising co-stars. Before we get into the photos, here’s an official synopsis of Trainwreck, which stars comedian Amy Schumer and Saturday Night Live alum Bill Hader. Show More Summary
Jon Stewart may invite some of his mortal enemies to send him off as host of “The Daily Show,” according to a new report. The Comedy Central star told director Judd Apatow last week that he would most likely host some of his comedian friends as he ends his 17-year run – but a new report suggests he...
With just six weeks to go as host of The Daily Show, speculation is starting to fly about just how Jon Stewart will bid farewell to fans after 16 years at the helm. Last week, Stewart told Judd Apatow that he would probably just invite his comedian friends to serve as his final string of guests. Show More Summary
Apatow On MAHER!! The Premiere of DREAMWORKS DRAGONS!! BRIEFCASE & HANGER 1 Finales!! Friday TV Talkback!! Read the full article on AICN Director Judd Apatow is the mid-show interview guest on tonight’s “Real Time With Bill Maher.” EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy is the top-of-show interview guest. Show More Summary
Judd Apatow discussed his new book, Sick in the Head: Conversations About Life and Comedy —a collection of interviews with comedians and others, some done as a teenager—and his stand-up career in a conversation last week with NPR host Ira Glass at the 92nd Street Y in New York.
In Paul Feig and Judd Apatow’s immortal late-nineties show “Freaks and Geeks,” the geeks are comedy fans. For them, as for everybody, comedy is a celebration, a protest, an escape from awkwardness and loneliness. Neil does Shatner impressions and has ill-fated forays into the worlds of ventriloquism and mascot comedy. Show More Summary
There’s a memorable/notorious scene in Judd Apatow’s 2005 breakthrough hit The 40-Year-Old Virgin that finds secondary characters David (Paul Rudd) and Cal (Seth Rogen) playing a video game and riffing on the different ways each manShow More Summary
Samuel L. Jackson, in town filming Spike Lee's "Chiraq," was spotted dining at Gibsons Rush Street steakery Monday night, while director Lee himself was seen next door at Hugo's Frog Bar. The post Stars on the town: Samuel L. Jackson, Mick Jagger, Judd Apatow appeared first on Chicago Entertainment - Chicago Sun-Times.
Prolific writer and director, Judd Apatow, talks about his new book "Sick in the Head", a collection of decade-spanning interviews with some of the biggest names in comedy on what makes them tick. From Q
Eeeewwwooop! Judd Apatow went on Conan O'Brien's show to talk about directing LeBron James for his movie Trainwreck. Apatow revealed he had a history of hating athletes because he was always bad with sports as a kid. Fortunately, Apatow...Show More Summary
Cleveland Cavaliers superstar forward LeBron James is making his acting debut next month in the feature film “Trainwreck”, having survived Judd Apatow’s directorial dictatorship. Apatow told Conan O’Brien that he The post Judd Apatow Enjoyed Dominating LeBron James on ‘Trainwreck’ Set (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
LeBron James will be in theaters across the nation this summer when he stars opposite Bill Hader and Amy Schumer in the comedy (...)
The current godfather of comedy, Judd Apatow, is having a big summer: His book, Sick in the Head: Conversations About Life and Comedy, came out last week and he just finished a star-filled comedy tour to support his new film, Trainwreck, starring and written by Amy Schumer, which opens next month. Show More Summary
LeBron James has all of his bases covered on the court, considering he is "the Babe Ruth of basketball." But on the big screen, he could use a little help. That's where Trainwreck director Judd Apatow stepped in. Apatow, famous for Knocked Up and The 40-Year-Old Virgin, spoke with Conan O'Brien on Monday night about his experience directing James. Show More Summary
Judd Apatow acknowledges a couple of times in this collection of interviews with famous comedians that people sometimes think his movies are too long. And while that’s probably true, it’s also hard to figure out where to nip and tuck...Show More Summary
The Film Society of Lincoln Center will have a five-day feast of funny feature films this summer by presenting "I Found This Funny: The Comedy World of Judd Apatow," from July 10-14. Highlights include screenings of many movies Apatow either has directed or produced, a marathon free screening of Freaks and Geeks, a sit-down conversation with Lena […]
In the past couple of years, Amy Schumer has emerged as one of TV’s brightest comic talents. Now she’s poised to light up the big screen as well, with this summer’s Trainwreck. The new comedy by Judd Apatow centers on a career womanShow More Summary
If you know who Allen Klein is, you probably know him as the manager who broke up the Beatles and bilked the Stones. Music writer Fred Goodman's new biography of Klein aims to soften that image a bit, making its...
A battle between “Saturday Night Live” honcho Lorne Michaels and comedian Louis C.K. over C.K.’s monologue when he hosted the show in 2014 is documented in an interview with C.K. in Judd Apatow’s new book “Sick in the Head,” Busines...