When she was filming Paramount’s “Kiss the Girls” in the late 90s, Judd was sexually harassed by a mogul from a rival studio, who kept summoning her to his hotel room under the pretense of talking about roles in his movies.The situation escalated until the mogul, who Judd declined to name, tried to get Judd to watch him take a shower.PHOTOS: Six Degrees of Judd Apatow "I’m always disgusted when she fools around with anyone," Apatow told Alec Baldwin on his WNYC Podcast, she kissed Matthew Broderick, and then when they parted I saw in the dailies there was like a spit string that connected them for like a foot." Apatow and Mann met on that film, which he produced for director Ben Stiller, and Mann assured her new boyfriend that she didn't enjoy kissing Broderick.Still, he hasn't gotten comfortable watching her kiss someone else, whether it was Jeff Goldblum in the 2001 film .Having them in his films means that he immediately has an intimate working relationship with his actors, providing a rare dose of authenticity.But it also can lead to some difficult moments -- especially as far as sex scenes are concerned.“Love,” created in collaboration between Paul Rust, Lesley Arfin, and Judd Apatow brings a new swath of episodes to Netflix on Friday, March 10.
The pair, who tied the knot in 1997 after meeting on the set of The Cable Guy, are the parents of two gorgeous daughters, Maude and Iris.
I was making “Kiss the Girls” at the time, and here I was, a declared feminist.
I had completed a minor in what was then called women’s studies, which we now call gender studies.
Ashley Judd is well known for dexterously starring in both box office hits and for turning in unforgettable performances in fine independent films.
From her debut in Sundance Film Festival grand jury prize winner, her films tell very personal stories-- which is exactly what Judd does when she is not making movies.
For lonelyhearts and others looking for a jaded, satirical look at love and dating in Los Angeles, Netflix has set a post-Valentine’s Day binge watch for its new dark romantic comedy “Love.” The series is created, written and exec produced by Judd Apatow, Paul Rust and Lesley Arfin.