‘Freaks and Geeks’ Cast Reunited For Vanity Fair Comedy Issue [PHOTOS]

Freaks and Geeks reunion cast 2Judd Apatow’s guest-edited Vanity Fair Comedy Issue has something to do with Leslie Mann in a bikini and Megan Fox dressed as a Shriner, but it’s also a Freaks and Geeks reunion!

Inside (and online) you’ll find exclusive set photos, interviews with cast and crew and the entire reunited cast (including the Weir parents, Samaire Armstrong, Lizzy Caplan, Millie and Cindy Sanders).

There are also detailed descriptions of what would have happened to every character if the show hadn’t been cancelled after the first season in 2000.

Lindsay Weir (Linda Cardellini) becomes a performance artist in New York while brother Sam Weir (John Francis Daley) explores a strange relationship with his alcoholic drama teacher.  Continue reading “‘Freaks and Geeks’ Cast Reunited For Vanity Fair Comedy Issue [PHOTOS]”

Megan Fox Can Do Comedy?? DUH

Judd Apatow’s wife, and a female comedic actress in her own right, Leslie Mann was at the L.A. premiere for her movie The Change Up and started talking about Judd’s new project, the confirmed Knocked Up spinoff.

A spinoff which co-stars none other than my favorite quirky, mentally-unfit-to-raise-a-goldfish, hot ghost lady, Megan Fox. Here is the exact mumble-tastic quote from Leslie:

“Megan Fox is so funny yeah she’s hilarious, I, you know, you wouldn’t, I mean I dunno if other people, I dunno, I think she’s really funny.  You’ll be pleasantly surprised.”

Okay, I’M not surprised. I dunno if anyone else saw her on Saturday Night Live, Jennifer’s Body (everybody misunderstood that movie) or the indie comedy How To Lose Friends And Alienate People, but this is the only kind of “acting” Mrs. David Silver or as I like to call him Brian Austin G (emphasis on “G,” it’s an ironic gangster name) should be doing.

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