Oh, Shirtless Paul Rudd. You are Shirtless Paul Rudd and you’re not even the best thing in this trailer. “This Is 40″ is the sort-of sequel to “Knocked Up,” about Paul and Debbie, the sister and brother-in-law of Katharine Heigl’s character. Now they’re 40 and feeling positively ancient. But they’re still got pot brownies, a gorgeous home, two great kids, and people in their lives like Megan Fox, Chris O’Dowd, and Jason Segel. Doesn’t sound too shabby to me. By all means, Leslie Mann, take 28. I’ll hand it over for half a pot brownie and a romp in the sack with your onscreen husband.
“We would test 20 frames versus 10 frames [of the nude scene]—and this is, like, half a second of ["Forgetting Sarah Marshall"] we’re talking about. The craziest thing was the first test screening. I’m sitting in the back with a baseball cap on so no one knows I’m there and it’s going great — people really seem to like it. And then the moderator goes, ‘Does anyone else have anything to say before we go?’ And this one college dude raises his hand and says, ‘Yeah. Before we go, can we just take a minute and talk about this guy’s weird d**k?’ The moderator was like, ‘No, I don’t think we need to talk about that.’ I would have liked to hear it, actually.”
—Jason Segal talks in the latest issue of GQ about his infamous full-frontal scene in “Forgetting Sarah Marshall.” He apparently won’t be going nude in the new Muppet movie? [NY Post] Keep reading »
“It’s a nice d**k. Well proportioned. Handsome. I have nothing but good things to say about Jason Segel’s penis.”
– Mila Kunis has nothing but nice things to say about her “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” co-star’s full-frontal exposure. [GQ] Keep reading »
Jason Segel is smart, sexy, and single! “I Love You, Man,” his bromantic comedy with the universally beloved Paul Rudd, is in theaters this weekend. Here are ten reasons to love Mr. Segel, including, yes, his penis.
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Paul Rudd and Jason Segal’s “I Love You, Man” opens on today, and Forbes says this breed of male comic duos are “more enlightened” and “less homophobic” than predecessors like Laurel and Hardy. Why do people pretend men weren’t friends before the “bromance” phenomenon? You think Jesus didn’t love his disciples? Those men were crazy emo. And “The Odd Couple”? Totes loved each other. Here’s who we’d shun, shag and marry… Keep reading »
Picture for a moment, if you will, the opening sequence of a film. A romantic comedy. Close, on the female lead, she stands in her apartment a puzzled look on her face – darn it! She wants love! Dating is hilarious! Sex is hilarious! People chase other people through airports and make embarrassing speeches at corporate functions all in the name of L-O-V-E. This female lead is unemployed. She is a slacker. She’s uncertain what she wants to do with her life, but she is certain that she’s ten to fifteen pounds overweight. She engages in recreational drug use, sometimes even drinking bong water. She fears change and cries at the drop of a hat. But boy is she lovable!
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