Judd Apatow’s film and TV catalog all share carefully curated soundtracks with spot-on song choices, whether it’s the rebellious opening of Freaks And Geeks or in the James Taylor/MySpace party scene from Funny People. In the video above, Apatow details his five favorite musical influences, which include The Who,… Read more...
Luncheon host Judd Apatow also offers a few choice words for a list of men: Harvey Weinstein, James Cameron and President Donald Trump.
The Hollywood Reporter had a roundtable of the industry's top producers and bothered to include one woman, so that’s something I guess. The panel included: Judd Apatow (The Big Sick), Seth Rogen (The Disaster Artist), Amy Pascal (The Post, Molly's Game), Jason Blum (Get Out), Ridley Scott (Blade Runner 2049, All the Money in the World) and Eric Fellner (Darkest Hour).
Producer Judd Apatow details the clever ways entertainment industry titans like Harvey Weinstein and Bill Cosby hide their crimes and why it's essential to create a world where people feel safe stepping forward to call them out.
Judd Apatow, Alec Baldwin, Nancy Sinatra and more have called for the removal of President Trump from office.
Refresh for updates. A growing roster of celebrities are stepping up to humiliate themselves for a good cause: John Oliver, Judd Apatow and Sarah Silverman are just a few famous faces sharing their awkward years as part of the #PuberMe...Show More Summary
Even the biggest names in Hollywood went through that awkward pubescent stage—and now we have the proof. Celebrities including Sarah Silverman, Jimmy Kimmel, and Judd Apatow have been sharing less-than-flattering photos of their awkward younger years on Twitter using the hashtag #PuberMe after Stephen Colbert vowed to donate $1,...
America Ferrera, Amy Schumer, Kumail Nanjiani and Judd Apatow are just some of the famous faces joining in.
You’ve seen the “Oh hi, Mark” scene, now get ready to watch James Franco go full ramen-slurping, Judd Apatow–harassing, impossible-dream-having Tommy Wiseau in the new full trailer for The Disaster Artist. This is the first glimpse, outside of film-festival screenings, that anyone has gotten of the mad genius of Franco’s performance as the guy who ... More »
The death of Steely Dan guitarist and co-founder Walter Becker was a blow to the stars who were inspired by the Queens-bred rocker.
Filmmakers Judd Apatow and Michael Bonfiglio write about the making of their eye-opening doc ‘May It Last: A Portrait of The Avett Brothers,’ in theaters September 12th.
After mega-success crafting vehicles for the best performers in the business, comedy's greatest producer is applying his Midas touch to the last comedian anybody expected: himself. Judd Apatow debuted his first stand-up special to three sold-out crowds and a slew of Netflix cameras at this summer's Just For Laughs Festival...
Judd Apatow, Don Cheadle and other stars take to Twitter to condemn President Trump's controversial pardon on Friday.
Judd Apatow hits the red carpet with his daughter Iris at the 2017 Teen Choice Awards held at USC’s Galen Center on Sunday (August 13) in Los Angeles. Iris, who is also the daughter of Leslie Mann, is looking all grown up at age 14! You probably recognize Iris from her work in Judd‘s movies [...]
For the most part, this was not a satisfying summer for studio comedies. Girls Night is currently on a roll with audiences and at the box-office, but the rest of this summer’s offerings included Baywatch, Rough Night, and The House (although Girls Trip is the notable exception here). Show More Summary
Comedies genre gets some serious hate from critics, and director/writer Judd Apatow recently vented about how frustrating the genre is.
Judd Apatow has worked closely with Lena Dunham, one of the most visible feminists in Hollywood, but he says he doesn’t consider himself to be a feminist. The 49-year-old filmmaker explained that he doesn’t decide to work with women just to make sure more women are working, he does it because they are talented. “I [...]
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“You know when you realize you’re getting stains on your shirt,” says Judd Apatow, “and it’s because you’re starting to sweat and there’s nothing you can do to stop it?” He shakes his head. “That’s all I could think about last night.” It’s a hot mid-summer morning, and Apatow, leaning ... More »