In a recent interview in Time Out New York, Lena Dunham told her Girls co-producer Jenni Konner that she’d been moved to speak out against Woody Allen by the moral courage of her longtime mentor Judd Apatow. According to Dunham, the powerful Hollywood director was “ one of the first people ever to speak out against Woody Allen.” But, uh—did he? Read more...
Before Sons of Anarchy and before Charlie Hunnam became a bona-fide heartthrob, the sexy Brit appeared on the short-lived TV series Undeclared. Created by Judd Apatow back in 2001, the show followed a group of college freshman, and along with Hunnam, the series also starred familiar faces like Seth Rogen, Jay Baruchel, and Carla Gallo. Show More Summary
Ryan Adams performed an acoustic version of “Gimme Something Good” last night on The Late Late Show, which was guest hosted by Judd Apatow. He was accompanied by legendary musician Don Was for a somber rendition of the Ryan Adams track. Watch video of the performance below.
So, Lena Dunham, Maria Bamford, Adam Sandler, and Judd Apatow were all in the same room together at once! The reason? Judd was guest hosting The Late Late Show, and the other three were his guests. Needless to say, hilarity ensued! [ Related: Lena Avoids A Golden Globes Wardrobe Malfunction With Nipple Pasties! ] The topic of conversation [...]
A game of OCD issues one-upmanship gets really nuts when Lena Dunham admits to her obsession with having sex with Chris Farley. Last night on "The Late Late Show," guest host Judd Apatow invited neruotic buds Adam Sandler, Maria Bamford, and Lena Dunham to discuss the weird stuff they've done in the name of keeping their sanity. Show More Summary
Thursday night, Judd Apatow began his short stint as one of the many guest hosts on CBS' "Late Late Show" to pass the time between Craig Ferguson's departure and James Corden's debut.
While guest hosting last night’s The Late Late Show, Judd Apatow orchestrated a frank discussion of OCD, which featured Lena Dunham, Maria Bamford, and Adam
Tribeca Film acquired North American rights to Misery Loves Comedy, the Kevin Pollak directed docu that premieres today at Sundance. Docu features the likes of Tom Hanks, Jimmy Fallon, Amy Schumer, Judd Apatow and others. Tribeca will release in the…
Judd Apatow was the guest-host of the Late Late Show last night, and he celebrated the occasion by inviting his friends Adam Sandler, Lena Dunham, and Maria Bamford over. As often happens, the talk soon turned to Chris Farley; Sandler told a story about Farley's OCD, and Dunham countered with... More »
Leslie Mann and her filmmaker hubby Judd Apatow walk the carpet together at the 2015 Critics’ Choice Movie Awards held at the Hollywood Palladium on Thursday evening (January 15) in Los Angeles. Both of the stars presented awards together and made big impressions during their times on stage. “Somebody bailed out last minute and so [...]
What was she thinkin'!? If there's one thing we learned from watching Thursday night's Critics' Choice Awards, it's that it didn't take itself too seriously. Well it looks like Amy Adams decided to let loose as well as she photobombed a pic of Judd Apatow and Leslie Mann! Judd is totally thinking _____________________, but the only thing on [...]
Director Judd Apatow has been vocal about his thoughts on the Bill Cosby rape scandal from the beginning, and he's showing no signs of slowing down. At the Golden Globes on Sunday, Apatow went so far as to tell Access Hollywood on the red carpet that he thinks Cosby should be locked up for his crimes. "He should be in prison... Show More Summary
The 36-year-old singer opens up about his longtime love - Us Weekly TV stars think it's time to stop saying "strong female characters" - BuzzFeed A watchdog media group criticizes Fifty Shades of Grey R rating - ET Judd Apatow explains...Show More Summary
Jay Baruchel has a comic energy that’s very different than the other young actors who came up through Judd Apatow’s farm system. As far back as his breakthrough role in Apatow’s sitcom Undeclared, Baruchel’s been the unassuming, polite-to-a-fault nebbish, surrounded by self-satisfied libertines. Show More Summary
It's no secret that Judd Apatow thinks Bill Cosby is guilty of being a rapist. In fact, aside from Bill's accusers, Judd has probably called out the comedian the most since the scandal resurfaced. We told you back in December about how Judd spent an entire weekend defending Bill's accusers while simultaneously trying to bring attention to [...]
In a new interview with Marc Maron for the WTF podcast, director Judd Apatow explained why he's become one of Hollywood's most visible critics of Bill Cosby following renewed sexual assault claims against the 77-year-old comic. "OneShow More Summary
Judd Apatow’s mostly been keeping his criticisms of Bill Cosby—whom dozens of women have recently accused of sexual assault—to a
As the world's preeminent comedy podcaster, Marc Maron has started to feel a bit guilty about not actively addressing the whole Bill Cosby situation. So on Monday's show, before an interview with Jeff Garlin, the WTF host decided to call up someone who has not been shy about sharing his opinion on the subject: Judd Apatow.
The sign of solidarity came during an episode penned by Judd Apatow