Seth Rogen went on a Twitter spree on Monday for the ten-year anniversary of his stoner film, and it led to a pretty shocking revelation.
Did Tom Cruise not know internet pοrnography was real until 2006? Let the mystery begin.
Chelsea Handler, Stephen Colbert, and even Henry Winkler had opinions about the first lady's jacket.
Donald Trump's trusted senior adviser and daughter — who is a children's advocate — has been publicly quiet on this matter, and that hasn't gone unnoticed.
Judd Apatow has made the connection between Fox News, Fox’s entertainment division, the Rupert Murdoch family that owns 21st Century Fox, and their unceasing support of everything Trump says and does.
"Family Guy" mastermind calls on other Fox-based producers to call out the in-house news network's unapologetic support of controversial policy.
One of the greatest documentaries ever made about the life of a comedian, “The Zen Diaries of Garry Shandling” is an extremely funny, extremely moving, extremely warts-and-all look at the comic actor, who died in 2016.
Netflix's best "Love" story is back. If Mickey and Gus don't remind you of passionate or frightening or warm moments in relationships you've had, you're a cold fish indeed.
HBO’s 4 1/2-hour, two-part documentary about the comedy icon who died in 2016 was directed by Shandling’s longtime friend Judd Apatow.
After getting ripped by Judd Apatow, Adam McKay, and Seth Rogen, Sony clarifies it will not impose "Clean Version" initiative on its filmmakers who object
'Girls' music supervisor Manish Raval on securing the first use of Tracy Chapman's "Fast Car," a new Robyn song, and a thank you from Paul McCartney.
The series finale has become a site for elaborate overreaching (“Mad Men”’s Coke ad bliss out), absurdism (“The Sopranos”’s fade to black), and dreaminess (take your pick: the Seinfeld cast in jail, the group-hug on “The Mary Tyler Moore Show,” or the entire run of “Newhart” being a dream). Hannah (show creator Lena Dunham) had had her baby — a bouncing, 13-pound boy named Grover — and, for once true to her word, has moved out of New York City. A call for reinforcements was placed, and Hannah’s mom, Becky Ann Baker’s Loreen, arrived to provide an extra pair of arms and a lifetime of wisdom.
On April 10, disturbing video emerged of a passenger being forcibly removed from a United Airlines flight from Chicago’s O’Hare to Louisville, Ky. The flight was overbooked, and aviation security officers dragged the passenger off the plane because he refused to leave. Fellow passengers were horrified by the sight of the man being dragged off, and celebrities such as Judd Apatow, Chrissy Teigen, Billy Eichner, Piers Morgan, Mark Cuban, Karrueche Tran, and Gabrielle Union were quick to react on social media.
At a charity standup event in downtown Los Angeles on Saturday, producer Judd Apatow recalled his first time meeting Kanye West. Apatow said he was summoned to Kanye’s trailer, explaining, “He was in Anchorman 2, he played an MTV VJ. Kanye’s solution was to go on Google Images and research “better” costume ideas.
Pete Holmes has built his comedy career on being an awfully nice guy. Now Holmes has brought his image and his jokes to a sitcom, one he’s hatched with executive producer Judd Apatow, called "Crashing," which will premiere Sunday night on HBO. Holmes plays Pete, a New York comedian who’s trying to launch his career.
Heading into the final season of any show is guaranteed to put those involved in a reflective mood. And that’s how Yahoo TV found the cast and executive producers of HBO’s Girls during a recent New York City press day. Debuting in 2012, the series — which launches its final season on Feb. 12 at 10 p.m. with an expanded season premiere — instantly grabbed attention (and headlines) for its no-filter portrait of life as a 20-something female Brooklynite and all the assorted struggles (and privileges) that entails. ...
During an appearance on The Howard Stern Show Tuesday, Katherine Heigl cleared up some comments she made about Knocked Up in 2008, calling the movie “a little sexist.” In the interview, Heigl said that she’d meant to frame her comments as a criticism of the way she chose to portray the character, not the movie itself. “[Heigl’s character Alison Scott] was so judgmental and uptight and controlling and all these things,” Heigl said. Talking to Stern, Heigl said that her full quote was a comment about the way the movie “exaggerated stereotypes” for humor.
Judd Apatow’s new Netflix series Love is a 10-part love story presenting the up-and-down romance between a seemingly mismatched L.A. couple, Paul Rust’s self-absorbed Gus and Gillian Jacobs’s emotional basket case Mickey. But as binge watchers discovered over the weekend, the show’s breakout star is Claudia O’Doherty, the Australian comic who regularly steals scenes as Mickey’s roommate from Down Under, Bertie. Eternally upbeat in the face of her roomie’s rudeness and, at times, outright neglect, Bertie is the one character on Love who is impossible not to… well, love.