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 Judd Apatow to direct Train Wreck
Having taken a little time out after This Is 40, Judd Apatow seems to have made his mind up over his next project, with THR reporting that he is set to direct new film Train Wreck…

Judd Apatow to direct Train Wreck

Having taken a little time out after This Is 40, Judd Apatow seems to have made his mind up over his next project, with THR reporting that he is set to direct new film Train Wreck…

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Watch new red-band trailer for This Is 40
Gag-packed promo gives plenty of screentime to supporting cast including Megan Fox, Jason Segel and Chris O’Dowd

Watch new red-band trailer for This Is 40

Gag-packed promo gives plenty of screentime to supporting cast including Megan Fox, Jason Segel and Chris O’Dowd

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 Leslie Mann feels up Megan Fox in This Is 40 featurette: watch now
This Is 40 has released a new red-band featurette in which Judd Apatow and his cast talk us through what’s been going on with Pete and Deb (Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann) since we last saw them in Knocked Up…

Leslie Mann feels up Megan Fox in This Is 40 featurette: watch now

This Is 40 has released a new red-band featurette in which Judd Apatow and his cast talk us through what’s been going on with Pete and Deb (Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann) since we last saw them in Knocked Up…

 New trailer for This Is 40: watch now
This Is 40, Judd Apatow’s “sort of sequel” to Knocked Up, has released a new trailer stuffed full of bittersweet relationship chuckles as Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann find themselves stuck in a mid-life rut…

New trailer for This Is 40: watch now

This Is 40, Judd Apatow’s “sort of sequel” to Knocked Up, has released a new trailer stuffed full of bittersweet relationship chuckles as Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann find themselves stuck in a mid-life rut…

First trailer for Judd Apatow’s This Is 40 released
This Is 40, Judd Apatow’s follow-up of sorts to Knocked Up, has revealed a first trailer online.

First trailer for Judd Apatow’s This Is 40 released


This Is 40, Judd Apatow’s follow-up of sorts to Knocked Up, has revealed a first trailer online.

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New red-band trailer for The Five-Year Engagement: watch now
The Five-Year Engagement has released a new red-band trailer featuring Jason Segel and Emily Blunt adding a healthy dose of puerile humour to the cutesy rom-com routine…

New red-band trailer for The Five-Year Engagement: watch now

The Five-Year Engagement has released a new red-band trailer featuring Jason Segel and Emily Blunt adding a healthy dose of puerile humour to the cutesy rom-com routine…

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Bridesmaids Clip #5

Becca shares too much information with Rita in this clip from Bridesmaids.

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Bridesmaids
"This is the first time I’ve seen you look ugly, and that makes me happy!"Kristen Wiig as Annie. Read the Total Film review.

Bridesmaids

"This is the first time I’ve seen you look ugly, and that makes me happy!"

Kristen Wiig as Annie. Read the Total Film review.

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Bridesmaids Clip #4

Annie meets Rita in this clip from Bridesmaids.

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Bridesmaids
"Do you want to tell a cop about it? We’re just like priests except we would tell everybody afterwards."Chris O’Dowd as Officer Nathan Rhodes. Read the Total Film review.

Bridesmaids

"Do you want to tell a cop about it? We’re just like priests except we would tell everybody afterwards."

Chris O’Dowd as Officer Nathan Rhodes. Read the Total Film review.

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The Story Behind Bridesmaids
Weddings get a bad rep at the movies. Generally speaking, they’re the scene of more heinous crimes against fashion, friendship and food than your (not so) friendly local Liquid nightclub. Case in point: Bride Wars. My Best Friend’s Wedding. Runaway Bride.Which is probably why actress and writer Kristen Wiig didn’t want to work on a movie about a wedding. Not at all. Not even when the film she found herself writing with friend/co-writer Annie Mumolo ended up being called Bridesmaids.“I feel like when we started writing it, we never saw it as a wedding movie,” says the Saturday Night Live alumnus.“In the earlier drafts for the first three years, there wasn’t even a wedding in it at the end. We didn’t really set out to make it different from other movies or make any statement about those movies.“We just wanted to write a fun script where our friends could come in and play and write something that had a lot of women in it…”

The Story Behind Bridesmaids

Weddings get a bad rep at the movies. Generally speaking, they’re the scene of more heinous crimes against fashion, friendship and food than your (not so) friendly local Liquid nightclub. Case in point: Bride Wars. My Best Friend’s Wedding. Runaway Bride.

Which is probably why actress and writer Kristen Wiig didn’t want to work on a movie about a wedding. Not at all. Not even when the film she found herself writing with friend/co-writer Annie Mumolo ended up being called Bridesmaids.

“I feel like when we started writing it, we never saw it as a wedding movie,” says the Saturday Night Live alumnus.

“In the earlier drafts for the first three years, there wasn’t even a wedding in it at the end. We didn’t really set out to make it different from other movies or make any statement about those movies.

“We just wanted to write a fun script where our friends could come in and play and write something that had a lot of women in it…”