The filmmaker takes his inside his coming-of-age drama starring Juno Temple.
Judd Apatow’s latest looks as charming and honest as his films have ever been.
This trailer does not have us looking forward to turning 40.
Article: Judd Apatow on possibility of directing film starring daughters, debunks old “Sherlock Holmes” rumor
He explains he likes working with his family because “I don’t like meeting new people.”
Drew McWeeny over at HitFix.com got an interesting scoop: word on the subject of Judd Apatow’s follow-up to “Funny People.” The film will be a sequel of sorts to “Knocked Up” starring the characters Pete and Debbie, played by Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann. Here’s how Apatow described the project to McWeeny when asked whether…