American filmmaker Judd Apatow laughed off a report of a screaming match with wife Leslie Mann outside the LA hot spot Katsuya Monday. Judd Apatow and actress wife Leslie Mann got into a “screaming fight” Katsuya last night, according to the reports.
Sources say that after dinner, Mann was furiously shouted at the Hollywood honcho outside the Brentwood restaurant, while he was trying to stay calm and composed. We’re told that Apatow got into their Cadillac and when Mann joined him, she slammed the door of the car behind her.
When asked about this, Apatow joked, “That was just the fight at Katsuya; you should have heard the rest of it at Pinkberry.”
The couple initially crossed paths on the set of the Jim Carrey film The Cable Guy, which Apatow produced. The couple has been married since 1997 and they have two daughters, including “Euphoria” star Maude. Judd directed Leslie in a string of movies, including “Knocked Up,” “The 40-Year-Old Virgin,” and “This Is 40.”
Judd Apatow, who celebrated his 22nd anniversary with Leslie Mann this past June, was asked about the key to a decades-long union with Vice in the year 2017, and said that ‘it is easier if you marry Leslie.’
Apatow is currently working with Pete Davidson on the film Staten Island, which will detail the death of the comic’s firefighter father in September 2001, and Davidson’s subsequent climb up the comedy ladder.
Judd wrapped production in August on the film, taking to Instagram with a photo of himself and the Saturday Night Live star – who was in the headlines continuously last year amid his romance with “No Tears Left To Cry” singer, Ariana Grande – posed with New York firefighters. Apatow wrote ‘Today we wrap our film!’. ‘What an incredible experience. Thank you, Pete Davidson, for trusting me to collaborate on this story and to our amazing crew, cast, and the firefighting community!’