Articles Posted in the " Jay Baruchel " Category

  • This is the End

    Returning to LA to visit friend and Knocked Up co-star Seth Rogen, Jay Baruchel is looking forward to a quiet night in. Upon his arrival, however, he learns that they have been invited to a party at James Franco‚Äôs new house, and, reluctantly, accompanies Rogen across town. Before he can convince his friend to take…

  • Man joins cast

    Jackie Earle Haley (you know, from that 1976 classic The Bad News Bears and its seminal sequel The Bad News Bears Go to Japan) signs on to play Maddox in Robocop

  • Goon

    Seann William Scott is disarmingly loveable in this blood-spattered sports comedy written by Jay Baruchel and Evan Goldberg. Goon might initially strike you as brainless Lad fare, but don’t let appearances deceive you. It’s warm, funny and actually has something (vaguely) serious to say about a culture which encourages, and even downright applauds, violence – as long as it’s safely in the confines of a sports venue, of course.

  • She’s Out Of My League

    Jim Field Smith’s effervescent romantic comedy strikes a chord with insecure types everywhere, centring on a lovable airport security guard, whose low self-esteem almost wrecks the best relationship he might ever have. It’s a shame that this formula has been done to death by Judd Apatow and crew, as this is a comedy that has great potential, but is let down by the plot-by-numbers.