Judd Apatow
Writers Strike
“I would assume they already know what date this is going to end. They’ve probably been planning this for years.”
The 2021 SiriusXM interview resurfaced after Golden Globes host Jerrod Carmichael joked that Cruise's returned Golden Globes could be exchanged for Shelly Miscavige, the long-unseen spouse of Scientology leader David Miscagive.
The comedy mogul said that the GOP representatives blocking Kevin McCarthy reminded him of "evil vampires" during the lengthy voting process.
Unfortunately Sandler had overlapping production obligations for Judd Apatow's "Funny People" and Eli Roth was cast instead.
"When you take your f*cking laptop and pawn that sh*t, you’re not a writer anymore," Weiss said.
According to Judd Apatow, Mintz-Plasse was "very caustic and attacked Jonah and did improvs insulting Jonah" during a callback audition.
Mark Ruffalo, Jimmy Kimmel, and Julianne Moore also signed a petition for productions to be better role models for gun safety.
"That's like saying don't make the second episode of the 'The Sopranos.' Like, so why do you think we would screw up the second one?"
Apatow is more than just a generous host and a generational eye for talent; he’s also a deceptively major filmmaker.
The filmmaker explains to IndieWire how Hollywood problems inspired his latest satire.
Judd Apatow's sketchy and scattershot Netflix comedy about the making of a blockbuster during lockdown is almost entirely laugh-free.
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