“People want to see movies that work well. It’s not a fluke. It’s just a sign that when something happens to come out well, people want to see it. People don’t want to see a terrible version of “Superman.” If they nail it, everyone on earth will go and it’s no different for a movie like this. It just reminds people that we need to take more chances in this arena, because people are waiting for it. But they’re hard to do. The more important story is that a movie starring a lot of very funny people, who are not movie stars, succeeded because it’s strong. A lot of the time you don’t need giant stars – you just need people who are really good.” — Judd Apatow, on everything that is right and wrong about Hollywood.