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Pete Holmes, Judd Apatow, Artie Lange and special guests go on HBO’s “Crashing” Comedy Tour

10 hours agoHumor : The Comic's Comic

With his new HBO series set to premiere Feb. 19, 2017, Pete Holmes will spread the good word and laughs galore next month so you’re more than aware of Crashing. Just as Judd Apatow did for Amy Schumer’s Trainwreck movie, Apatow is supporting Holmes on this promotional performance blitz, along with Artie Lange, who stars […]

Why A Freaks And Geeks Reunion Wouldn't Work, According To Judd Apatow

TV nowadays is filled with all kinds of reboots and reunions, but Judd Apatow is pretty sure that Freaks and Geeks shouldn't make a comeback for a big reason.

Judd Apatow On Why He Won’t Do A Broadcast Show, ‘Freaks & Geeks’ Reboot

Judd Apatow did a couple of critically praised but short-lived broadcast series, including NBC’s Freaks & Geeks and Fox’s Undeclared, before he broke into features with hit comedies The 40-Year-Old Virgin and Knocked Up. As his filmShow More Summary

Judd Apatow ‘Scared and Eating Ice Cream’ After Trump Victory

If you’ve already dropped the ball on your resolution to lose weight this year, you can blame Donald Trump. (At least, according to Girls producer and Lena Dunham pal Judd Apatow.)

Judd Apatow Says Trump Will Run the Country Like He Ran The Apprentice

2 days agoNews : Mediaite

'He sends his kids to watch the teams do their missions. Then they come back and tell him what they think of it and then he makes an impulsive decision based on the information that Donald Jr. or Ivanka give him.'

Judd Apatow on Trump’s America: ‘Most of Us Are Just Scared and Eating Ice Cream’

With the approach of Donald Trump's presidency comes a lot of fear of what's to come. There's the broad, expansive anxiety about what his policies will mean for people's ability to safely lead their lives, but there's also the quieter, nagging difficulty of taking care of yourself while constantly terrified. ... More »

‘Crashing’ Trailer: Pete Holmes Couch Surfs Across NYC

We didn’t get a new movie from director Judd Apatow this year, and part of the reason for that is because he’s producing a new TV series for HBO as another one is wrapping up. Girls will begin its final season in February, but Judd Apatow will stay comfy at HBO with a new comedy […] The post ‘Crashing’ Trailer: Pete Holmes Couch Surfs Across NYC appeared first on /Film.

Donald Trump’s Presidency Is Making Judd Apatow Stress Eat

Judd Apatow is not just one of the most successful producers of comedy in Hollywood, he’s also an ardent liberal and one of the many famous voices speaking out against the impending Donald Trump presidency. During a recent interview with the New York Times, Apatow admitted that he’s really stressed out by the upcoming inauguration... Show More Summary

Judd Apatow Thinks Trump Will Run The Country Like It's 'The Apprentice'

Judd Apatow, frequent Donald Trump basher, is opening up about what he thinks life will be like once the president-elect takes office. In an interview with The New York Times, the “Trainwreck” director suggested Trump will run the country...Show More Summary

Liberal celebrity has meltdown over Trump, then reveals what helped CRUSH Hillary

Judd Apatow, the extremely successful producer, director, and comedian is freaking out over the election of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States. Much of Hollywood’s elitist

Judd Apatow on Trump era: 'Everything now is weirder than the movie "Network" '

Today in Entertainment: 'Urban Myths' pulls episode featuring Joseph Fiennes as Michael Jackson Jan. 14, 2017, 2:53 p.m. Here's what's new and interesting in the world of entertainment and the arts today: 'Urban Myths' cans episode featuring Joseph Fiennes as Michael Jackson Things get a little...

Newswire: HBO’s new lineup features an old Ponzi scheme and a young pope

HBO took over the Television Critics Association this morning, with a star-studded lineup that included Robert De Niro, Jude Law, Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman, and Judd Apatow. The premium cable channel threw its support behind five...Show More Summary

Judd Apatow and Pete Holmes talk HBO's 'Crashing' and the future of comedy in the Trump age

With two new shows about stand-up comics coming to premium cable, stand-up comedy may well be the new rock ’n’ roll in 2017.  On the heels of the music-centric series “Vinyl,” “Roadies” and “Sex&Drugs& Rock&Roll,” Showtime has the ’70s stand-up of the Sunset Strip in “I’m Dying Up Here” due this...

Leslie Mann likes her comedies dark, as with 'The Comedian'

Comedy is something of an accident for Leslie Mann. Over the past 25 years, she’s covered her resume largely with comedies (including several directed by her husband, Judd Apatow) and is now appearing in a movie nestled within the comedy world, "The Comedian." But for Mann, funny business actually...

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Best of: The best books Ben read in 2016 including Judd Apatow’s Sick in the Head: Conversations About Life and Comedy.  (A...

Alec Baldwin Says Ha! To Donald Trump, While Judd Apatow Calls ‘SNL’-Watching Prez-Elect “Terrifying Lunatic”

Alec Baldwin gave a big “Ha” to Donald Trump’s Saturday Night Live kvetching, while director Judd Apatow had a slightly more impassioned take on the president-elect’s late-night viewing habits: “You terrifying lunatic.” As Deadline reported last night, Trump’s dislike for Saturday Night Live and Alec Baldwin isn’t mellowing with victory. Show More Summary

Pete Holmes and Judd Apatow Talk Crashing, Comedy in Trump’s America, and Sex Jokes

When I arrived on the set of HBO's Crashing last July, I sat down in front of a monitor to watch Pete Holmes — the show's star and co-creator, along with Judd Apatow — meekly walk up to a table of riffing comedians. Eventually, his character is invited to join ... More »

Judd Apatow blasts 'People' magazine over Trump election cover.

2 months agoHumor / odd : Happy Place

People magazine has hopped aboard the Trump train, just weeks after saying they'd stand by their writer who accused him of sexual assault. Some see his celebratory cover is scary sign of trying to normalize his racism and sexual violations towards women. Show More Summary

Director Judd Apatow speaks out: Trump voters ‘wanted an abusive father’

2 months agoNews : The Raw Story

In a new interview with Rolling Stone, comedian and director Judd Apatow gave his interpretation of the Trump effect that took over the country and led to the Republican nominee’s upset victory on November 8. Speaking on what a Trump presidency means both for the country and for his...

Judd Apatow: Donald Trump voters 'wanted an abusive father'

Entertainment stars haven't stopped picking apart what to make of the presidential election of Donald Trump, and needless to say, the majority appear to be against the results. Judd Apatow is very much so. The comedian and writer/director...Show More Summary

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