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Judd Apatow: Pulling 'Interview' points to 'dark future' in Hollywood
Judd Apatow: Pulling 'Interview' points to 'dark future' in Hollywood

When Seth Rogen's film "The Interview" had its Christmas Day theatrical release canceled Wednesday, incensed movie fans rushed to social media to voice their disappointment. But one corner of the Twittersphere remained conspicuously quiet: Hollywood. One of the few industry voices who spoke out early -- and loudly -- was filmmaker Judd Apatow, who sent off a fiery string of tweets calling the move to pull the film “disgraceful.” Apatow, of course, is no stranger to raunchy comedy, having directed R-rated films such as “The 40-Year-Old Virgin” and “Knocked Up.” He’s also close to Rogen, whom he discovered back in 1999 when he cast the...

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