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This Is 40 (20-Dec-2012)

Director: Judd Apatow

Writer: Judd Apatow

Keywords: Comedy

Sequel to Knocked Up follows the continuing adventures of Debbie and Pete as the former approaches her fortieth birthday.

ABSTRACT
Sequel to Knocked Up (2006). Set a handful of years after the events of Knocked Up, This Is 40 arrives back at the story of Debbie and Pete as they are having sex on the former's fortieth birthday. Pete's admission that he took a Viagra before their romp angers Debbie, touching off a mid-life crisis that frames the events of the rest of the film.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ryan Adams
Singer/Songwriter
5-Nov-1974   Heartbreaker
Billie Joe Armstrong
Musician
17-Feb-1972   Frontman for Green Day
Dan Bakkedahl
Comic
18-Nov-1969   The Daily Show
Michael Ian Black
Comic
12-Aug-1971   The State
Albert Brooks
Actor
22-Jul-1947   Broadcast News
Lisa Darr
Actor
21-Apr-1963   Jane McPherson on Popular
Lena Dunham
Actor
13-May-1986   Girls
Megan Fox
Actor
16-May-1986   Sydney Shanowski on Hope and Faith
John Lithgow
Actor
19-Oct-1945   Third Rock From The Sun
Leslie Mann
Actor
26-Mar-1972   George of the Jungle
Melissa McCarthy
Actor
26-Aug-1970   Sookie St. James on Gilmore Girls
Ian McLagan
Musician
12-May-1945   The Small Faces, The Faces
Chris O'Dowd
Actor
9-Oct-1979   Roy on The IT Crowd
Tatum O'Neal
Actor
5-Nov-1963   Paper Moon
Graham Parker
Musician
18-Nov-1950   Howlin' Wind
Paul Rudd
Actor
6-Apr-1969   The Shape of Things
Jason Segel
Actor
18-Jan-1980   How I Met Your Mother
Robert Smigel
Actor
7-Feb-1960   Triumph the Insult Comic Dog
Charlyne Yi
Comic
4-Jan-1986   Dr. Park on House

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