All in his words, how he thought he had a hit with Jim Carrey but was shocked by the critical backlash.
"I'm at Yale right now, so, is there a class I could take?"
It sounds like a younger 'Sex and the City.'
It's like 'Knocked Up,' without anyone getting knocked up.
Blunt will soon get an offer to star opposite Jason Segel in director Nicholas Stoller's new relationship comedy, with Judd Apatow producing at Universal.
Including Lena Dunham, Bo Burnham, and ... Pee-wee Herman?
Plus: Justin Bieber wants to set the record straight.
It's for the AJWS (the American Jewish World Services charity) and features everyone from Patrick Stewart to Lindsay Lohan to Tracy Morgan.
Although that's basically all we know about it so far.
On Woody Allen: "I wish he would tell me that things are going to be okay at some point. But I don’t think he’s going to."
Plus: Billy Ray Cyrus and son to investigate conspiracy theories on Syfy.
The network has bought the rights to Apatow's two cult TV shows.
"Let's face it, the world needs more Pee-wee Herman."
He'll produce the comedy about three ladies making trouble on the road.
Plus, John C. Reilly recalls the time Jennifer Aniston introduced him to something called the chastity pillow, on our regular late-night roundup.
Prepare to laugh.
Plus: Taylor Swift, Neil Patrick Harris, J.J. Abrams ...
Jonah Hill and Judd Apatow have been talking a big game.
It's on the market "for only $6.495 million."
The guys are all stunted slackers who won't grow up, but the women just want to be loved.
Plus: Christina Hendricks says, "Look at my great job and suck it!"
Plus: Doug Liman to direct Geoffrey Fletcher script.
Get ready for this summer's madcap crazy Apatow-produced caper.
He, for one, liked 'Funny People.'
“Apatow is actually bankrolling part of the costs for the 'Funny People' campaign, since he feels the movie deserves some awards-season consideration”