The quasi-sequel to Knocked Up may not land in theaters until December, but the movie poster has already arrived, and here it is complete with Paul Rudd on a toilet with his iPad. Not pictured here are Melissa McCarthy, Jason Segel, and Lena Dunham who are also in the Judd Apatow-directed feature. This Is 40 releases nationwide on December 21. Continue Reading
The trailer is now out for the quasi-Knocked Up sequel called This Is 40. This time around Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann take center stage. Interestingly enough there is no sign of Katherine Heigl or Seth Rogen; however, Jason Segel does make a return on the supporting side. Look for this one to hit theaters on December 21.
The director of 2008′s Role Models is at it again with his second comedic feature starring Paul Rudd, and to no one’s surprise, the film came out pretty decent. If the reviews hold up, this could be Jennifer Aniston’s best reviewed effort in quite some time as right now Wanderlust is even scoring higher than Marley & Me with a 75% fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes as of post time.
The small percentage of critics who did not like the film admit that this will be far from your worst trip to the cinema in 2012 as their disdain for the feature mostly revolves around a mere hatred for the type of humor at the center of the movie–nudist jokes, free love, etc. Other than that, Wanderlust appears to be heavy on the comedy, and many are finding that to be a positive.
Should You See This Movie: This certainly appears to be your classic Paul Rudd movie, and if you like that, then you should definitely go see Wanderlust.
Another installment of the always enjoyable Moviefone Unscripted series has hit the net, and this one pairs Wanderlust stars Jennifer Aniston and Paul Rudd. Their new film releases into theaters on Friday.
Here is a clip for the latest Paul Rudd/Jennifer Aniston movie (take your pick) where the stars play a Manhattan couple deciding to experiment with alternative living options aftering finding themselves unemployed. Watch as Rudd kills a fly, and their commune flips out on him.
Wouldn’t you know it, but a movie about freezing people is cinematic gold enough to attract some pretty big names. Reports are surfacing that Paul Rudd, Owen Wilson, Kristen Wiig, and Christopher Walken could be joining the cast of Freezing People Is Easy–based on the true story of a 1960′s TV repair man who attempted to pioneer the field of cryogenics. Deadline says while the cast is good to go; however, Kristen Wiig may not join the flick as she has become quite the hot commodity following last years blockbuster film Bridesmaids and reportedly this particularly movie is not the only one vying for her attention.
Paul Rudd was on Conan last night to promote his new film, Our Idiot Brother. He talked about his approachability and how all he ate today was a bunch of croissants. Here is the full interview. Continue Reading