Plus: Kat Dennings! Psych! Horses!
That's what New York 'Times' columnist Ross Douthat seems to think.
Plus: Taylor Momsen apparently doesn't follow Courtney Love's tweets.
Every great actor has his instrument. For Seth Rogen, it's T-shirts.
Plus: Jerry Bruckheimer gets his own 'Transformers.'
"I didn't slip and I was doing interviews all day too!"
"I'd like to tell you how vile this deviation from sanity called 'Funny People' really is."
Ansari rapped with Vulture last weekend about the inspiration behind his character, his gig on NBC's 'Parks and Recreation,' and his most famous Twitter follower.
Judd Apatow, Live in NYC, Talking Sexism, Masturbation, and the Commercial Prospects of Funny People
He sat down at the Museum of the Moving Image in midtown Manhattan last night for an hour-long conversation about his career.
Plus: Is ABBA planning on reuniting?
Plus: Jessica Simpson! Kid Rock! John Grisham!
We just knocked 1:31 off the film's 150-minute running time.
He's got more in common with Andy Samberg than we previously thought.
To advertise Judd Apatow's upcoming 'People,' NBC.com's webmaster has helpfully agreed to host a site for a fake show appearing in the movie.
Two and a half hours long!
"I don’t know if we can even say it online. It’s that dirty."
Diddy's dinner date with Judd Apatow seems to have gone well.
This song from College Humor is right to point out that, in Judd Apatow's world, stoners are the new studs.
Apatow had to trim something to get a PG-13 rating — we wonder what!
How much money will this summer's blockbusters make? And how will they fare against last year's record-breaking hits?
Our invitation must've gotten lost in the mail.
Contrary to what we want so badly to believe, Judd Apatow is not producing 'Ghostbusters 3.'
After months of blog rumors that seemed like total wishful thinking, he's finally agreed to do it.
They've got a sweet spot for 'Arrested Development,' too.