Images have been circulating around the web recently from a show opening dedicated to work inspired by his movies and TV shows. To learn about the genesis of the project, we exchanged emails with its curator.
So what does being on Twitter mean to Brooks? "It is very close to thrilling," he told Judd Apatow, in the kickoff to Twitter and Comedy Central's all too obviously commercial #ComedyFest. But when Apatow asked him again about tweeting, Brooks said: "Explain what a tweet is."
Girls may be the one show that we, as a collective TV-watching presence, have had the most to say about this season. It's left a mark.
As we noted this morning, the new romantic comedy The Five-Year Engagement, which was produced by comedy impresario Judd Apatow, didn't do well at the ol' box office over the weekend. In fact it did pretty badly, placing a meager fifth in a weekend it should have easily won.
Welcome to the Box Office Report: your source for dorky movie commentary and dad jokes. Inside: Think Like a Man wins a weak weekend, and Judd Apatow bleeds for the first time in the box office.
Bridesmaids' star and co-writer Kristen Wiig says she wants nothing to do with a sequel.
$153 million or no, is Hollywood really ready to make more comedies with women?
Plus: the New York Post's war on leaks claims its first victim
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