Emily Blunt 'Your Sister's Sister' Tribeca Film Festival
Your Sister's Sister star Emily Blunt on working with director Lynn Shelton and dealing with all of the improvisation in their new comedy.
Jason Segel 'The Five-Year Engagement' Tribeca Film Festival
On writing for himself he added, "I'm very firmly aware of what I'm capable of and what my limits are so I try to write movies that stretch those limits a tiny bit so that I get better and better."
Alision Brie 'The Five-Year Engagement' Tribeca Film Festival
Alision Brie on her new found talent of impersonating Elmo from Sesame Street and what we can expect for the remainder of Community.
Judd Apatow 'The Five-Year Engagement' Tribeca Film Festival
Producer Judd Apatow on working on The Five-Year Engagement and participating in his first film festival.
On working with Jason Segel and Nicholas Stoller he added, "They are just two of the nicest guys ever and they are really funny, and very open about the process. I've known Jason since he was just 18 years old, he was just finishing high school when I met him and he is hilarious, he's handsome, he looks a little like Frankenstein and he is fun to beat up in a movie."
Nicholas Stoller 'The Five-Year Engagement' Tribeca Film Festival
Nicholas Stoller on dealing with the continuity involved in making a movie that spans over five years. The writer and director also goes in to great detail about what him and Jason Segel eat while working on their scripts.
Nicholas Stoller on a 'Muppets' Sequel
The Muppets co-writer Nicholas Stoller lets us know if we can expect a sequel from him and Jason Segel.
Michael Moore on Free Trade
Director Michael Moore weighs in free trade and the recent comments by Ted Nugent regarding President Obama.
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