Paul Rudd's Butt Might Make You Laugh In The 'This Is 40' Red-Band Trailer

It's Paul Rudd being adorable, so just click the link and we'll all move on. In case you're somehow still on the fence about the works of Judd Apatow, let this red-band trailer either convince or dissuade you. But you shouldn't have to. If you're reading this site, you have probably seen The 40 Year-Old Virgin and Knocked Up (and to lesser extents, Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Superbad, and I Love You, Man) and know what to make of all this stuff. Gross-out humor, shrill women, and Paul Rudd. We'll give you some time to mull it over.

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'This Is 40' Red-Band Affirms Megan Fox's Breasts Are Great

This should silence any doubts. Not only does she get to run her fingers through Judd Apatow's luxurious facial hair, now Leslie Mann has experienced the pleasure of laying her hands upon Megan Fox's perfect breasts. Lucky for the rest of us, her husband was there to film it. That's just one of the scenes on display in this red-band featurette for This Is 40, starring Mann and Paul Rudd as their characters from Knocked Up. The film explores the ups and downs of marriage, parenthood, and sex after your body has decided to destroy you. Enjoy them while they last, Megan Fox (and everyone who likes to look at Megan Fox).


Paul Rudd Got Conan With 'Mac And Me' Again

It never gets old. Paul Rudd has been playing the same trick on Conan O'Brien for at least twenty years. He'll visit Conan's show to promote a film but when it comes time show a clip, he throws to a scene from Mac and Me, the McDonald's-produced E.T. knockoff about a handicapped boy and his encounter with aliens that look like William H. Macy. Last night, while promoting Ant-Man, he was sad to report that Marvel wouldn't allow him to play that trick again. So, he played an all-new trick. It never gets old.


Watch '40 Moustaches in 100 Seconds' And Help Fight Prostate Cancer

Even if you're sick of the whole mustache thing, you have to like this because it's for charity, and people will think you're a bastard if you don't. First, moustaches were for frontiersmen. Then everyone. Then cops. Then pedophiles. Then hipsters. Well, next month, moustaches are for everyone again with "Movember," the annual movement that gets people to grow out their 'staches in order to raise sponsorship money for prostate and testicular cancer awareness. If you're still on the fence, I highly suggest that you peruse the different styles in this video and find the one that best fits you. But not Luigi. That one's mine. And, of course, Luigi's. Sure, you probably won't be able to sprout out a whole bushy mustache in a month, but I guarantee you'll look funny trying. And if your boss gives you shit for looking like John Holmes during your deposition, just ask him why he hates charities so much. That should shut him up. Have a solemn and respectful Movember (click the link for more info on how you can get involved, as well as some funny, funny creative stuff). And seriously, stay away from the Luigi. Sh*t's mine.


Look At Paul Rudd Looking At The 'Ant-Man' Suit In This Marvel Teaser Video

The only way this clip could be any more awesome was if he actually did something! Everyone loves Paul Rudd. And everyone loves superhero costumes. (Shut up. Yes they do.) So it stands to reason that everyone will LOVE this Marvel Avengers and Ant-Man sneak peak that allows us to bear witness to Paul Rudd laying eyes on the Ant-Man costume. That's what Marvel has reduced us to. Quivering, petty people who get excited about a three-second shot of a Marvel character looking at something. Congratulations, Marvel. You also get a somewhat muscular Paul Rudd listening intently to a scientist-type guy. So, whether you like people looking at clothes, or people listening to scientists, there's something in this clip for everyone. Oh, and in case you, for some weird reason, DON'T love Paul Rudd, then maybe you can enjoy The Avengers portion of this sneak peek, which offers up a bunch of Downey and Renner. You hear that? RENNER!


The Teacher Who Wore The Same Outfit for 40 Years - THE MOVIE

They'll adapt anything these days. Dale Irby was a gym teacher at a Dallas school for 40 years. He wore comfortable clothes normally but needed something presentable for Picture Day so he chose a shirt and vest. Then, he accidentally chose the same outfit the next year. At first, he was embarrassed. But his wife dared him to do it again so he did. Then he kept doing it. And doing it. AND DOING IT for his entire teaching career. This, is the trailer of the movie of his epic life.


After 2 Million “Rush” Jokes, Segel And Rudd Are Allowed To Meet The Band

Paul Rudd and Jason Segel's characters from 'I Love You, Man' finally meet Rush in this viral video quasi-sequel, which will hopefully serve as the actual sequel. Watching I Love You, Man, which was released in Russia under the title Two Closeted Gay Men Talk About Rush, really makes you wonder: what would happen if these two characters who won't shut up about Rush finally meet Rush? Now Funny Or Die has given us the answer. Paul Rudd and Jason Segel's characters from the film meet their 80s band super-idols in this viral video quasi-sequel, which will hopefully serve as the actual sequel. In the video, Segel gets Rudd backstage passes to the local Rush concert and backstage shenanigans occur. A sandwich is eaten peculiarly, there's some mandatory 'awkward tension' and an admittedly cool-looking double guitar plays a key role. Also, some bittersweet news: "totes magotes" is spoken in the video, but not "Dude Von Dudenstein," "Sweet Sweet Hangin," and sadly, not one squiznot was popped for the entire 5:50 minutes. All you squiznot poppers out there will just have to keep writing that line into your I Love You, Man slash fiction. (/Film)


Malcolm McDowell Discusses 'A Clockwork Orange'

The film's influence shocked even him. Every once in a while, Malcolm McDowell comes around for an interview about his latest film or TV show, like Gangster No. 1, the Halloween remakes, or “Heroes.” Of course the temptation is always to throw in a Clockwork Orange question. Now finally here’s a chance to talk about nothing but A Clockwork Orange. For the Stanley Kubrick film’s 40th anniversary, A Clockwork Orange makes its debut on Blu-ray. McDowell is featured in many bonus features looking back at the film, and he also gave some in person interviews at the Warner Home Video offices to support the release. I threw in a Caligula question to compare the context of another legendarily controversial Malcolm McDowell movie, but really I stuck with Clockwork Orange. I could have asked up his upcoming roles in Silent Hill 3D or Vamps but do you really need news scoops on a video game movie sequel? Better to dig into the legacy of the droogs, copycat violence and to a lesser extent, Roman orgies. A Clockwork Orange Blu-ray streets May 31 along with a Stanley Kubrick Blu-ray collection and Malcolm McDowell’s Never Apologize DVD.