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A new trailer [here is the first one] for director Judd Apatow’s This Is 40 is here, it’s a follow up to Knocked Up. The movie follows Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann’s characters as they approach middle age. I expect some laughs and crude humor, as well as some sweet moments; it’s an Apatow movie after all. Albert Brooks plays Rudd’s father, now that’s something to see.
The movie also stars Megan Fox, Chris O’Dowd, Lena Dunham, Ryan Lee, Charlene Yi, Robert Smigel, Wyatt Russell, Melissa McCarthy, Jason Segel and John Lithgow.
This Is 40 opens on December 21st, watch the trailer below:
Here is the first trailer for the drama Nobody Walks starring John Krasinski, Olivia Thirlby, and Rosemarie DeWitt.
Director Ry Russo-Young co-wrote the movie with Lena Dunham (HBO’s Girls). The trailer does a great job at building up the sure to be shit storm of confrontation that these selfish people seem to me making. It’s nice to see John Krasinski trying something other than comedy, because he doesn’t make me laugh. Ever.
23 year old Martine (Olivia Thirlby) has moved into a wealthy family’s pool house, and begins working to complete work on her art film. Meanwhile, laid back father of two Peter (John Krasinski) agrees to his wife’s request to help their young guest complete the project. The more time Martine spends with her surrogate family, however, the more apparent it becomes no one will walk away from this situation unchanged.
Here is the first trailer for Judd Apatow’s This Is 40, the “sort-of sequel” to Knocked Up. It takes a look at the lives of Pete (Paul Rudd) and Debbie (Leslie Mann) a few years after the events of Knocked Up. There could be a great movie here, a dramedy of dealing with aging and adulthood is something Apatow should be good at as his body of work (Freaks and Geeks, The 40-Year-Old Virgin, Funny People) has tackled it somewhat before.
This Is 40 opens on December 21st 2012.
Writer/director/producer Judd Apatow (The 40-Year-Old Virgin, Funny People) brings audiences This Is 40, an original comedy that expands upon the story of Pete (Paul Rudd) and Debbie (Leslie Mann) from the blockbuster hit Knocked Up as we see firsthand how they are dealing with their current state of life.