This new "red-band" trailer wastes no time taking advantage of its expanded freedom of speech.
Did you know 'Pineapple Express' is the last Apatow movie of 2008? Here are five ripoffs Hollywood hopes will fill the void.
Plus: Judd Apatow thinks that 'Pineapple Express' is an anti-weed movie.
Plus: Russell Brand strictly forbidden from making Tom Cruise jokes at the Video Music Awards.
Plus: Shia LaBeouf is actually a hero! And is 'Hair' moving to Broadway?
Plus: Nas on poppin' bottles, and Seth Rogen on the Green Hornet's ketamine habit.
Plus: Seth Rogen hates his face, the Decemberists are evil, and Billy Joel thinks you got robbed.
We’ll gently prod you toward its DVD release, not as much for Owen Wilson’s endearingly pathetic turn as an ex–Army Ranger turned bully-bodyguard as for the kids.
Plus: Liz Phair feels Angelina Jolie–y, and Nas is no sellout.
Smith's new movie is allegedly in danger of an NC-17 rating, and we're sure he's thrilled.
Plus: Liam Neeson and James Nesbitt will try their damnedest to play Irishmen.
Plus: Katherine Heigl as Caroline Jessop, and Robin Williams as the mayor of Providence.
Nobody can say "unlikely superhero" ever again.
It was probably mostly because he didn't actually show up. Still — shameful.
Plus: Carrie Fisher's one-woman show is heading towards Broadway, and a producer options "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown."
Does Judd Apatow's tangential involvement mean nothing anymore?
Plus news on Cate Blanchett, Justin Long, and Whitesnake!
Plus: Jim Carrey in Jason Reitman's next.
Okay, we get it.
It's not necessarily as though North Carolina–based independent director David Gordon Green's career needed resuscitation.
Plus: Guess who's joining the cast of Zack and Miri Make a Porno?
"My mind thinks like that all the time, coming up with crazy clever metaphors and rhymery thingies."
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 quotes from Seth Rogen, Johnny Depp, and Fabolous.