Upcoming Single-Subject Issues of Vanity FairMallory Ortberg · 12/08/12 01:10PM
After the quite-good Comedy Issue of Vanity Fair (guest edited by Judd Apatow) was released this week, I was a little surprised to learn that it was only the third single-subject guest-edited issue in the magazine's history. Bono's "Africa" Issue (which focused on just...all of Africa, I suppose) seemed more in keeping with the magazine's general approach of describing lavish fundraisers and celebrity chandeliers than excellent Freaks and Geeks retrospectives and Tig Notaro interviews.
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Here's The First Trailer for Judd Apatow's Knocked Up Sequel This Is 40Neetzan Zimmerman · 04/27/12 12:42PM
From writer/director/co-producer/key grip/ferret handler Judd Apatow comes This Is 40 — the highly (?) anticipated (?) sequel to 2007's Knocked Up.
How Fate Plucked Allison Williams From YouTube Obscurity and Dropped Her on Her Dad's Friend's TV ShowJohn Cook · 04/16/12 02:27PM
In making the unending publicity rounds for Girls, co-star Allison Williams has been peddling a YouTube discovery myth: Producer Judd Apatow, the tale goes, happened to come across a video of her singing a self-produced mash-up of the theme song to Mad Men in October 2010 and immediately knew that she was the actress to play Marnie, Lena Dunham's uptight girlfriend.