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Judd Apatow Says His Whole Career Has Been to 'Get to Penis-less Movies' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted May 13th 2011 5:06AM
Judd Apatow, 'Chelsea Lately'They say behind every good man is a great woman. Judd Apatow must have decided to make sure his latest project was very good indeed, because not only did he surround himself with women, he put them all in front of him. And then he went on 'Chelsea Lately' (Weeknights, 11PM ET on E!) to talk to another woman about it.

'Bridesmaids' features an almost all-female ensemble, which is a far departure from a lot of Apatow's bigger hits. He's built a career on male humor, and so this was a different experience for him.

"I've realized they're funnier than the guys," Apatow said of the women he worked with. "The whole first part of my career has been like a mistake. Something to work through to get to penis-less movies."

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Jon Stewart Thinks Kristen Wiig Invented Her 'Bridesmaids' Writing Partner (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted May 13th 2011 4:47AM
Kristen Wiig, 'The Daily Show with Jon Stewart'Kristen Wiig is understandably excited about the premiere of her first foray into screenwriting on the big screen Friday, May 13, 2011. So she must have been pleased when Jon Stewart told her that 'Bridesmaids' was rating very well on Rotten Tomatoes on 'The Daily Show' (Weeknights, 11PM ET on Comedy Central).

Of course, acclaim and box office receipts don't always synch up, so she'll have to sweat it through the weekend, but at least Stewart helped her find a few laughs to break the tension for a bit. He was particularly delighted when she talked about writing the film with her partner Annie Mumolo.

"Now you've made that name up," he said, but she insisted Mumolo was real. Of course, Wiig also said Mumolo lived in a castle and could fly, but she is real.

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How I Met Your Mother: Drumroll Please

by Ryan j Budke, posted Jan 24th 2006 11:44PM
how i met
your mother; himym; ted; robin; weddingI am a sappy, lovesick guy in his mid-twenties (I turned 25 last week actually), so if there ever was a show tailor made for me, then How I Met Your Mother is it. Or maybe Love Monkey, or Ed, or Friends, or... Whatever, you get the point I'm trying to make. You listen to me week in and week out; I absolutely love this show. Along with the ongoing love story, this show has a very deep sense of comradery camaraderie. I grew up in the broken generation. The number of friends I have whose parents are divorced or just not together, is far larger than those whose have parents that are still with each other. Our ideas of families are radically different; our friends are our family, and that's something that comes across extremely well in this show. My friends are my family, and just like the mothers and fathers of yesteryear, they're the ones that keep pushing me to find someone (or at the very least "go out"), so once again, I sympathize with Ted. I'll go into more detail how, but I'll put it at the end so you can choose whether or not you want to read it (not everyone has a built in audience of a couple thousand). For now though -- On with the show!

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