1h 56min | Comedy | Release Date: 14.10.2005
The 40 Year-Old Virgin charts one sweet guy's odyssey from never-done-it to been-there-done-that as he follows disastrous, but well-meaning advice from his friends, endures oh-so-close escapades and almost gives up in search of the one chance that will satisfy his long-delayed gratification.
Over the past few years, STEVE CARELL has slyly and hilariously stolen scenes and created lasting impressions in a number of film and television comedies: unleashing a torrent of gobbledy-gook jibberish from behind the news desk in Bruce Almighty, blinking vacantly and delivering quotable non sequiturs as simple weatherman Brick Tamland in Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy and inheriting the comic legacy of the hit British television series The Office in the stateside version... Now, Carell fulfills his comedic promise by stepping into his first lead role as Andy Stitzer, the title character in the uproarious new film The 40 Year-Old Virgin.
JUDD APATOW-whose credits include Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy, Kicking & Screaming, The Cable Guy and the beloved television series Freaks and Geeks-makes his feature film directing debut with The 40 Year-Old Virgin. The film also stars Paul Rudd, Leslie Mann, Catherine Keener and Elizabeth Banks.
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