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Script Track – November 17, 2009

Steve Jobs places a spell on a lifelong PC user, and now everything the man touches turns into a Mac product.
Writer: Alex Star

Wedding Planner Guy
A former SportsCenter host becomes a testosterone-crazed wedding planner that goes head-to-head with the bride’s wedding planner to ensure the groom’s special day isn’t too “girl-focused.”
Writer: Brent Berman

The Yellow Brick Roadie
Raunchy romantic comedy remake of the 1939 classic, The Wizard of Oz.
Based on a pitch by Judd Apatow.

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Judd Apatow produces 1,000th male bonding movie

‘Guyland Chronicles’ features Rogen, Carell, Rudd, Hill, Segal, Hader and Cera


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Script Track – December 23, 2008

Love In The Time of Cauliflower
A divorced gardener falls in love with one of his clients, New York’s most renowned chef, who is also divorced and not really looking for love at the moment. Sappiness ensues.
Writer: Sally Bernfeld

Thriller about a secret organization that crosses all political and governmental lines to decide which countries go to war with which, and when.
Based on a pitch by Michael Bay.

Midlife Crisis
A realistic comedy about some suburban guy going through a midlife crisis.
Writer: Judd Apatow

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Script Track – October 28, 2008

Twin brothers hold down a corporate job by taking turns at the office, but their lives are turned upside down when they fall in love with the same woman – their new boss. Who also has a twin of her own! Yikes!
Writer: Scott Dern

Private Manchild
Following an intervention, a 30-year-old slacker who still lives at home gets sent to military school by his frustrated parents. He either shapes up or the entire family will disown him.
Pitch. Based on original idea from Judd Apatow.

Angered by news of Columbus discovering the New World, Henry VII of England dispatches his own fleet of explorers, who land in Canada. Epic comedy.
Writer: John August

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Judd Apatow accidentally produces eight more films this week

Uber-producer Judd Apatow (Superbad, Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Knocked Up) was recently surprised to learn he has produced eight comedy features since last Thursday, two of which he himself wrote and directed.

“I like to stop by IMDB every once in a while to see my profile. That’s when I saw projects like Blue Balls and Worst Friends,” said Apatow. “I was like, ‘wait a minute, what the hell is going on here?’”

According to the Internet Movie Database, Apatow is producing Blue Balls, Worst Friends, My Crazy Ex-Wife, Damnesia, Rugburn, Suburban Gangsters, Ultradope and Speed Daters.

The only problem is that Apatow doesn’t remember being involved with any of the movies.

“I’m hoping they’re raunchy sex comedies,” he said. “I knew I had a busy few days, but this is borderline ridiculous. Is it possible to write and direct a movie on the same day? I hope so, cause Ultradope is coming out this weekend!

With many in the industry already worried about Apatow stretching his brand too thin, the glut of new flicks has some second-guessing the bold, if accidental, move.

“This reminds of that one year Woody Allen released three identical movies,” said a top studio exec. “But we’re talking about eight days here. I’m all for churning stuff out, but…aw hell, they’ll probably all be good and make a lot of money.”

Apatow is not planning to produce any additional features next week, but he probably will anyway.

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