In totally normal news, Judd Apatow and his wife Leslie Mann posed for a photograph the other day. More
So here’s the problem with The Bling Ring teaser trailer. Emma Watson looks so cool and so chic in that I kinda want her to rob my house now. More
Here’s a secret about me — I love bloopers so much that I’ll watch them for movies I didn’t even see. Thus me sitting at my desk laughing at the This Is 40 gag reel. More
I guess if I was going to have any actress feel me up, I’d want it to be Leslie Mann. But she might compare my boobs to those of Megan Fox, in which there probably is no comparison. More
So consider these photos a tiny Christmas miracle. A little treat for everyone who’s going to walk out of This is 40 feeling slightly depressed. The Apatow family might just make it after all. More
Look, I laughed a lot during This is 40. But I also made a pact with myself before the movie ended to never get married. Not if there’s a chance that my husband and I could end up like Debbie (Leslie Mann) and Pete (Paul Rudd). More
Not only does Judd Apatow talk about his real life relationship with his daughter, but Paul Rudd jumps in like a proud papa to tell her how proud he was of her during filming. More
Things I never thought I’d hear Leslie Mann say about Megan Fox: “She’s not actually trying to be funny. She just is.” More
After watching this new trailer for This is 40, I’m actually really excited to see the Knocked Up spin-off starring Leslie Mann and Paul Rudd as Pete and Debbie, a middle-aged couple trying not to kill each other. Literally. As you’ll see when you watch this trailer, they discuss killing each other. And oddly enough it’s a sweet scene. More
We know that Emma Watson is starring in Sofia Coppola‘s The Bling Ring, but how about her partners in crime? One fact about each of the other cast members, from the already-familiar Taissa Farmiga to the cute Israel Broussard.
Plus, click to see the first photo of everyone in-character! More
Way back when Judd Apatow announced he would be making This is 40, semi-sequel to the hit film Knocked Up about Debbie (Leslie Mann) and Pete’s (Paul Rudd) family, I worried that it would just be Debbie complaining about how much her marriage sucked for two straight hours while Seth Rogen smoked out of a bong in the backyard. But after watching the first trailer for the movie, I’m actually kind of excited.
This year has already seen several comedies marketed to men in which belabored husbands get to take a break from marriage. You had Hall Pass early in the year, wherein Owen Wilson and Jason Sudeikis‘ wives gave them carte blanche for a whole week. Today’s big release is The Change-Up, in which Ryan Reynolds and Jason Bateman switch bodies. Not surprisingly, Reynolds gets the short end of the stick, while Bateman gets to run around as a hot single guy, and catch the attention of his crush Olivia Wilde.
However, both of these movies have one very important thing in common: The guy who’s all talk but never follows through. We’d go so far as to say he’s neutered… and the producers seem to be banking on him as the female moviegoers’ ultimate fantasy. More
It’s that time again: Magical movie where two people switch bodies and learn that the grass is not always greener and that they should value their own existences, no matter how uncool/directionless they are! The latest offering is The Change-Up, where family man Jason Bateman and stoner playboy Ryan Reynolds wish for each other’s lives. Drugs! Divorce! Naked Olivia Wilde! But before we get to all that, here are nine other movies (compiled by myself and our intern, Molly Horan) that use the same trope, with varying results. You may know more than a few of these, but we guarantee that you haven’t heard of Sex, Drugs, & Natalie Portman! More