At least Woody Allen directed seven funny movies before making a serious one.
Surely he'll be able to think of something that will get people to watch!
These are two great tastes that rarely taste great together.
Paul Rudd and Jason Segel? Fine.
Harvey Weinstein needed a hit this weekend and it didn't get it.
The cast and characters for his next film are revealed — we've got the rundown.
Seth Rogen, Adam Sandler, and Jonah Hill performed stand-up sets as part of the preparation for their roles in 'Funny People.'
Thanks to Judd Apatow, that kid who sings funny songs on YouTube might get his own movie.
Apparently this thing is actually happening!
Are Judd Apatow and Seth Rogen writing a 'Ghostbusters' sequel?
Bruce Springsteen has a part in Apatow's upcoming 'Funny People,' which sounds pretty much exactly like his part in 'High Fidelity.'
Did you know 'Pineapple Express' is the last Apatow movie of 2008? Here are five ripoffs Hollywood hopes will fill the void.
What other auteurs could benefit from the Apatow touch — and how would they shake up the Apatow formula?
‘Pineapple Express’ Director David Gordon Green on Which Indie Auteur He’d Like to See Do an Apatow Movie Next
Tom McCarthy would be 'a great fit,' Green told us.
They once seemed headed for the same career — then Reilly started hanging out with Will Ferrell. So who's better off now?
Instead of costumed meatheads, the superhero films of this summer delivered a singular message targeted directly at their comic-book fanboys: Grow up.
Who will win the Battle of Baker Street? Our money's on Downey.
Plus: Josh Hartnett on the West End, and Young Jeezy in the movies.
Plus: Liam Neeson and James Nesbitt will try their damnedest to play Irishmen.
A.O. Scott and Manohla Dargis take stock of American cinema, now that Judd Apatow has remade Hollywood in his own image.
Plus: Ang Lee goes to 'Woodstock,' David O. Russell runs off James Caan, and Judd Apatow blah blah next big comedy hit.
On the eve of Segel's leading-man debut in 'Forgetting Sarah Marshall,' we present this YouTube tribute to his greatest role to date.
This non-blockbuster biopic spoof was the first chink in the armor of the Judd Apatow Comedy-Industrial Complex, but we urge you to see it anyhow.
How about a spoof Judd Apatow movie? Or a Wes Anderson spoof?
Anchorman is one of those movies for which one feels more affection the further away one gets.