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‘Love’ Trailer: Judd Apatow and Gillian Jacobs’ Netflix Comedy Wants You to Know Love Is a Lie

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by Britt Hayes January 17, 2016 @ 3:07 PM
Netflix
The first full trailer for Judd Apatow's new Netflix comedy series has arrived, bracing us for the reality that relationships are — to quote co-star Paul Rust — "f—ing bulls—." I mean, he's not totally wrong. Rust, who also wrote Pee-wee's Big Holiday for Netflix, co-stars with Gillian Jacobs in the new dark comedy about a pair of misfits with a cynical view on romance who begin to fall for one another despite their misgivings.

Gillian Jacobs and Judd Apatow’s Netflix ‘Love’ Gets His and Hers Trailers

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick January 15, 2016 @ 4:01 PM
Netflix
The first teaser for Judd Apatow and Community ex Gillian Jacobs’ new Netflix series Love didn’t exactly give us a sense of the series, nor did its photos, so do two first trailers fare any better? Almost certainly, as the two-season anti-romantic comedy proves just as vulgar and funny as we’d hoped.

Netflix’s Judd Apatow-Gillian Jacobs ‘Love’ Gets First Teaser, Photos and Premiere

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick January 4, 2016 @ 10:01 AM
Netflix
A ways back, Netflix lured Judd Apatow and Community ex Gillian Jacobs’ new series Love away from Hulu with a two-season order, and at last know the fruits of their labor. The new series releases its first teaser and photos, also confirming a February release date for all ten Season 1 episodes.

‘Trainwreck’ Review: Amy Schumer’s Movie Debut is Nearly Flawless

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by Britt Hayes June 29, 2015 @ 8:00 AM
Universal
Amy Schumer has built a sizable fan base thanks to her Comedy Central series, which showcases her specific brand of honest and often subversive sense of humor. There’s no denying her intense relatability — and it’s that quality that serves her well in her debut film, Trainwreck. Written and produced by Schumer and directed by Judd Apatow, the film centers on a fictional version of Schumer. We’ll never know how fictional this Amy is (and we shouldn’t), which makes her cinematic alter ego all the more appealing.

‘Trainwreck’ International Trailer: Amy Schumer Reluctantly Dates Bill Hader

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by Britt Hayes June 23, 2015 @ 5:15 PM
Universal
Amid the excitement for all the major summer blockbusters, you really should put Trainwreck on your must-see list. The new comedy from director Judd Apatow and writer/star Amy Schumer is insanely hilarious and relatable, and as if that wasn’t enough to stir your interest, Tilda Swinton co-stars as the editor in chief of a magazine for men. Come on. You know you’re sold.

Judd Apatow and Leslie Mann Are No Longer Making ‘Bad Moms’

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by Britt Hayes June 1, 2015 @ 5:47 PM
20th Century Fox
Just a few weeks back, we learned that Leslie Mann would be headlining her own Judd Apatow-produced comedy — excellent news, as the actress has been one of the highlights of Apatow’s own films for years now. Unfortunately, both Mann and Apatow have abruptly abandoned the project, squashing our hopes for Leslie Mann’s first real leading comedy role…for now, anyway.

The Lonely Island’s Making a Movie With Judd Apatow

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by Matt Singer May 14, 2015 @ 1:33 PM
I know the default mode of all movie bloggery is skepticism, cynicism, and snark. But I read the news from The Hollywood Reporter that the men of The Lonely Island — Andy Samberg, Akiva Schaffer, and Jorma Taccone — are in production on a “musical comedy” and all I feel is joy and excitement, like a man who’s on a boat, or a different man enjoying a lazy Sunday, or a third person who just cut a hole in a box for the express purpose of then stuffing his junk in that box.

Brie Larson Talks ‘The Gambler’ and About That Time She Was Cast in ‘Bridesmaids’

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by Mike Sampson May 12, 2015 @ 4:23 PM
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I’m not sure when we stopped talking about The Gambler, the movie now on DVD and Blu-ray that we’re both here to promote, but somehow actress Brie Larson and I have spent the past five minutes or so talking about mushrooms and sex. I’ll admit that I...