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Judd Apatow slams the cyber crime that targeted Sony Pictures, while Joel McHale pokes fun at himself after he was outed in one of the email leaks asking for a discount on a Sony TV.
Drew Carey, Kunal Nayyar, Wayne Brady, Sean Hayes and many others are also billed to fill in as host on the CBS talk show before James Corden makes his debut.
The untitled film conceived by Golden Globe winner Dern will be set in the world of obsessive female football fans.
'Community' actress Gillian Jacobs and 'I Love You, Beth Cooper' actor Paul Rust star on the comedy series that will launch its first season in 2016.
The trio's Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone will co-direct the movie based on the script they co-write with fellow member Andy Samberg.
The streaming giant is in talks to obtain the comedy series tentatively titled 'Love', on which the former 'Community' star is expected to star.
The 'Neighbors' actor calls Ann Hornaday's article 'horribly insulting and misinformed,' while Apatow says it was 'idiotic thoughts.'
The comedy scripted by comedienne Amy Schumer is scheduled to arrive in theaters on July 24, 2015.
Executive producers Judd Apatow and Jenni Konner hit back at a reporter at TCA winter press tour who questions the purpose of Lena Dunham getting naked a lot on the show.
All three actors will lend their voice in a January outing that also has Will Arnett, Leslie Mann and Seth Rogen as guest stars.
Judd Apatow, Rob Reiner and Mel Brooks will kick off the five-day event where comedians can tweet jokes and post videos using the hashtag #ComedyFest.
The executive producer says that they're preparing to start filming the third season of the Lena Dunham-starring HBO comedy series.
Words are, the 'Grey's Anatomy' star comes to the rescue of the young driver with a crowbar in hand after the boy crashed his car into the actor's front yard in Malibu, California.
Returning as Pete and Debbie respectively, 'Knocked Up' stars Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann are dealing with new problems in their middle-age marriage life.
In tribute to American Jewish World Service and the organization president's 70th birthday, Apatow directs a comedy video which would be debuted on October 28.