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Broad City’s Abbi Jacobson, Tavi Gevinson, and Michael Cera will star in an adaptation of Human People. Variety reports that the ensemble drama is about “a variety of New York characters navigating personal relationships and unexpected problems over the course of one day.” It’s also proof that Gevinson, founder of the…
There was a lot of broing out last night on SNL, from Leonardo DiCaprio ambushing Jonah Hill during the monologue, to Michael Cera gently cupping Jonah Hill's testicles during a Her parody. It was all great fun, and no testicles were harmed in the making of the sketch (though Michael Cera's credibility as an…
"wer you in zombieland?" "hi man. no. that's jesse eisenberg" Michael Cera takes his weirdo awkward comedy stylings to The New Yorker.
Lea Michele's rep has made a statement regarding the death of her longtime boyfriend and Glee co-star Cory Monteith last night: “We ask that everyone kindly respect Lea’s privacy during this devastating time.”
You may have thought Gaby Hoffmann had grown up to be Demi Moore but no, she is in fact her own person and not her prenaturally wise character of Samantha from Now and Then. After a hiatus from acting with any regularity – during which time she did a normal thing and went to college – Hoffmann is doing the interview…
In today's edition of Tweet Beat, Martha Stewart is day-drinking with Michael Cera, Mario Lopez should probably just name his next child #BabyLopezNumber2 (it has a nice ring to it!), and James Deen and Azealia Banks reflect on the appropriation of "ratchet culture" — but Miley Cyrus maybe has last laugh on this one?
What would Game of Thrones be like if the vaguely emoting cable television actors that fill out its character roster were replaced with your favorite indie icons, actors like Zooey Deschanel, the Adorkable, or Michael Cera, the Mumbling Pterodactyl, or Aubrey Storm Brow Plaza? Westeros would be a more nuanced,…
Breaking news from the world of acting: Michael Cera is no longer Michael Cera-ing! Next thing you know, Jesse Eisenberg will stop Michael Cera-ing, too, and we'll have no more endearing, bumbling dorks left. What will the indie rom com genre do then, huh? What will they do?
OK, well it's also Michael Cera, Tim Heidecker, Eric Wareheim and Reggie Watts — but at least there's one woman? And a person of color? So, hey, a comedy channel that's only 3/5 white men — that's gotta be at least a small improvement? Oh, fuck, who knows. Anyway, it launched at SxSW, and it looks promising.
In this week's TV roundup, a touching goodbye on Mad Men, a rousing speech on Game of Thrones, the Roots get a shout out and here's a taste of True Blood Season 5.Sookie, Alcide is willing to let you stay with him despite you being an insufferable moron. I don't think anything else you say would really…
Yesterday I had the extreme pleasure of attending the Arrested Development reunion at the New Yorker Festival, and by "extreme pleasure," I promise I'm not exaggerating. Being a mega-fan of the show a since it first aired, I found myself simultaneously cheering, clapping, and half-crying while my insides fluttered…
After suffering for years in a house full of boys and soccer balls and LA Galaxy clothing, Victoria Beckham will finally have the Spice Baby of her dreams.
- Katy Perry's music video with Elmo has been pulled and will not air on Sesame Street after all.
- Francis Bean Cobain allegedly sent a message out to her mother, Courtney Love, via (an unverified) Twitter account.
- In the September issue of Elle, Julia Roberts says she refuses to get Botox because, "Your face tells a story and it shouldn't be a story about your drive to the doctor's office..."
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, which premiered at Grauman's Chinese Theatre, is about Michael Cera battling his lady's evil exes. But while there was some dubious fashion on display, nothing was as alarming as our hero's lower half:
- You know how Pink does insane acrobatics during her shows? She was injured during her concert in Germany. Click to watch.