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Trailer: ‘Admission’ - March 8
Directed by Paul Weitz, starring Tina Fey, Paul Rudd, Lily Tomlin, Gloria Reuben, Wallace Shawn, and Michael Sheen.
Well now I feel dumb for not going to this.
New Full Trailer: ‘This Is 40’ | Yahoo
While I think this trailer is so much better than the teaser, the end gag is a recreation of the ‘shrooming scene in ‘Knocked Up’ and it was very daring of them to put “This is everyone’s story” in there. Basically, it’s setting itself up for a lot.
New ep of “Reggie Makes Music” with Paul Rudd | IFC
Paul Rudd and Amy Poehler on the set of They Came Together.
What’s this? Oh just
David Wain & Paul Rudd - Les Miserables “Confrontation”
Yeah, this is pretty great.
David Wain & Paul Rudd and NPH & Jason Segel should have a “Confrontation” Off. And then Hugh Jackman and Russel Crowe can face off the winners.
7 Minutes in Heaven is back with Paul Rudd!
PS, who spotted O’Brien as one of Romney’s sons on SNL this weekend?
Posters for all of Jimmy Fallon and Paul Rudd’s Fake Movies | BuzzFeed
…that I wish were real.
On Friday’s show Jimmy and Paul Rudd unveiled the posters for the lesser known movies they’ve done together.
Come up with a tagline for this poster and reply or reblog it. For example: “This Winter, Grab Life By The Snowballs!” We’ll keep track of our favorites and post them later!
For these guys, winter is snow trouble.
First Image From Judd Apatow’s ‘Knocked-Up’ spin-off, ‘This Is Forty’
The LA Times has posted the first image from Judd Apatow’s ‘Knocked-Up’ spin-off, ‘This Is Forty’. According to The LA TImes ’This Is Forty’ “picks up with the family a few years after “Knocked Up.” Pete’s music label is struggling and Debbie’s vanity business, a dress shop staffed by the comely Desi (Megan Fox) and the awkward Jodi (Charlyne Yi), needs to help cover the household budget.” Leslie Mann and Judd Apatow’s real-life daughters, Maude and Iris Apatow, will be reprising their roles from ‘Knocked Up’ as well.
‘This Is Forty’ Opens December 21st, 2012 ( Just in time for the end of the world).
I used to be a die hard Judd Apatow fan and ‘Funny People’ pretty much killed that. If Apatow is going back to characters from his previous films, Pete and Debbie from ‘Knocked-Up’ are the most logical characters to see more from. They were easily the best thing in ‘Knocked-Up’, and Judd’s strengths as a storyteller come from his views on marriage. Hopefully Judd Apatow has learned to edit down his movies to a solid two hours runtime. ‘Funny People’ being close to three hours long was almost unbearable, and showed he still wasn’t confident in editing down his films. My other worry is that I do love me some Leslie Mann, but ‘Funny People’ and ‘The Change-Up’ were great examples of quality vs. quantity. She’s great in moderation, but with her being Judd Apatow’s wife, he might not be aware of that when it comes to the viewer. Either way, I’m curious to see if ‘Funny People’ was just a bad egg or if Judd Apatow still has it.
Needs more Paul Rudd.
Paul Rudd pitches some marketing ideas to Harvey Weinstein.
‘It’s the Brooklyn Dodgers! It’s the Brooklyn Dodgers!