“It’s called ‘So What?’, and it’s a goof on a Disney-style pop song,” proud father Judd Apatow tells Pitchfork. “I said to Maude [his 14-year-old daughter], “Write a song — I bet you can do it.” She wrote this hilarious song which goes, “So what if I like boys? / So what! / So what if I like girls? / So what!” Apatow also tells Pitchfork that he loves Coldplay, and that the whole family is into the Fun. album. Remember what we learned about Fun., everyone.
(L to R) Charlotte (IRIS APATOW), Sadie (MAUDE APATOW), Pete (PAUL RUDD) and Debbie (LESLIE MANN) in “This Is 40”, an original comedy from writer/director/producer Judd Apatow. The film expands upon the story of Pete and Debbie from the blockbuster hit “Knocked Up” as we see first-hand how they are dealing with their current state of life. Photo: Suzanne Hanover/Universal Studios