Following the new poster, Universal Pictures has debuted a red band featurette for This Is 40, director Judd Apatow's "sort of sequel" to 2007's Knocked Up. This comedy follow-up reunites us with Pete (Paul Rudd) and Debbie (Leslie Mann), the married couple from Knocked Up, and offers an intimate look at how their relationship has progressed five years down the road. Judd Apatow reveals his desire to make a comedy about a married couple's struggles, and how he realized it should follow Pete and Debbie in this new featurette. Take a look at the video, which also features new footage, loads of naughty language, and interviews with Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann (but only if you're over the age of 18).
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