Does Judd Apatow's tangential involvement mean nothing anymore?
Given that there are dozens more on the way, how do you know if they'll be any good? We investigate!
In a move clearly intended to assuage fans who might otherwise riot at Drillbit Taylor's lack of fresh sausage, Apatow reveals in an interview that the next film from the Apatow Comedy-Industrial Complex will pack heat.
Plus news on Cate Blanchett, Justin Long, and Whitesnake!
Plus: Mayor André 3000!
It's not necessarily as though North Carolina–based independent director David Gordon Green's career needed resuscitation.
Who's scurrying to fire their publicists right now?
A list of nominees on the WGA's Website might give away the winners.
Watching the just-released trailer for next May's Sarah Marshall, we can't help but wonder how it's possible that it doesn't star Ben Stiller.
We really wish we were classy enough not to point out that wangs were popping up everywhere this year, but, sadly, we are not — there were dicks all over the place!
2007 was the year that fans who had thought themselves alone in their worship of Judd Apatow watched in bewilderment, then wonder, then outright joy as all of America suddenly and unexpectedly agreed with them.
Plus: Snoop Dogg!
"America fears the penis."
Plus industry news on Jon Favreau, Gerard Butler, and Chris Albrecht's new Showtime show.
Who saw their gold-plated dream crumble into dust this morning in the hands of Hayden Panetierre?
Plus: Madonna Gives Album Faintly Lewd Name!
Judd Apatow blames Vanity Fair for twisting poor Katherine Heigl's comments.
Plus: News about Trent Reznor!
Plus news about Amy Winehouse, Helen Mirren, and Judd Apatow.
The appearance of Judd Apatow and Seth Rogen was the New Yorker's final event, the title bout, the sold-out feature presentation, a fact that Rogen and Apatow, somewhat justifiably, found hilarious.
Great news for Greg Mottola: Superbad, the greatest film since the invention of the camera, looks to be box-office smash. The bad news: Everyone thinks Judd Apatow directed it.
“Once in a lifetime, there comes a motion picture experience so extraordinary that it will change the world forever.”
Iggy Pop, Judd Apatow, and more!