Debunked: Did Amy Schumer Sue Judd Apatow? Only the joke “Murders in the Building”
By Techtwiddle Updated on July 2, 2022.
Only Murders in the Building is finally back for its long-awaited second season on Hulu. Amy Schumer and Cara Delevigne are among the new cast members.
But one line from the first episode of the sequel’s sequel is making people raise their eyebrows. During the scene, Schumer might have given the impression that she had sued director Judd Apatow.
Here is all the information you need.
Did Amy Schumer sue Judd Apatow?
Amy Schumer’s character is introduced about 15 minutes into the first episode, when she runs into Oliver Putnam.
During the conversation, Putnam asks Schumer if she is going to sue him or not.
The actor from Parks and Recreation jokes back, “No, I only sued Judd Apatow.”
Followers noticed this explicit photo and wondered if the 41-year-old actress sued Apatow.
But Schumer never went public with a lawsuit against the director, so it was just dialogue from the scene.
Amy Schumer and Judd Apatow’s relationship
Amy Schumer and Judd Apatow have worked together before on the 2015 romantic comedy Trainwreck, which starred Bill Hader.
Schumer wrote and acted in her first role movie, while Apatow was in charge of the direction.
The comedy movie went on to make a huge $140.8 million at box offices all over the world. Schumer was so good that she was nominated for a Golden Globe.
Still, many people think that the two are pretty close and see Apatow as an important mentor to the actress as she moves from stand-up comedy to movies.
Also, the two never had a public fight, which probably proves that Schumer didn’t actually sue Apatow.
Everything we find out about Only Murders within the Building Season 2
Tuesday, June 28th, the second season of Only Murders in the Building came out on Disney+ and Hulu.
The story picks up right where the last episode of the first season left off, with a shocking cliffhanger.
When another murder happens in the New York apartment complex, Charles-Haden Savage (Steve Martin), Mabel Mora (Selena Gomez), and Oliver Putnam (Martin Short) are drawn into a new case.
In this season, the gang also has a target on their backs because they are suspected of killing the president of the Arconia building board, Bunny Folger.
The three podcasters are in a race against time to figure out who the real killer is and clear their names before their neighbors start to think they did it.