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It was filmed in a documentary style and for awhile you think it is all real. So I think this film can only connect to certain audiences.Charlyne Yi is the star that thinks she will never fall in love or even feel it. There were some very interesting hand made scenes in the film with paper and other things. I was enjoying this film all the way until the end.We partner with third party advertisers, who may use tracking technologies to collect information about your activity on sites and applications across devices, both on our sites and across the Internet.You always have the choice to experience our sites without personalized advertising based on your web browsing activity by visiting the DAA's Consumer Choice page, the NAI's website, and/or the EU online choices page, from each of your browsers or devices.Nick has a bad-boy alter ego named Francois Dillinger, who appears in Nick’s imagination and who urges Nick to commit rebellious acts to impress Sheeni. The book was sent to me a few years ago, probably in 2005 or 2006. I kept asking about it and what was happening with it. Michael Cera in “Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist” Your movie characters tend to be guys who are unlucky in love or face a lot of obstacles when it comes to romance. Michael Cera and Portia Doubleday in “Youth in Revolt” What can you say about “Scott Pilgrim vs.
Yi was featured in the video "Song Away" by Hockey. In January 2010, Yi performed a duet about break-up lines (the opposite of pick-up lines) with Demetri Martin on the episode "2" for the Comedy Central sketch series Important Things with Demetri Martin.If you’re ever wondering why Michael Cera always seems to play soft-spoken and shy characters, maybe it’s because the actor is soft-spoken and shy in real life. You mentioned earlier that you choose to do movies mainly because of who’s directing them. However, Cera is not nearly as socially awkward as some of his memorable characters in such comedy films as 2007’s “Superbad,” 2007’s “Juno,” 2008’s “Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist” and 2010’s “Youth in Revolt.” And being a movie star has no doubt helped Cera’s popularity with the opposite sex — even though it’s unlikely he’ll ever date any of his fans. the World” director/co-writer Edgar Wright] did an amazing job making it feel like a graphic novel. Are there any directors you haven’t worked with yet whom want to work with in the future? Were there technical challenges of playing a character and an alter ego that shared scenes together? Michael Cera in “Youth in Revolt” Did you think the technical aspects affected your acting? [The technical aspect] didn’t have too much impact on how I played the characters, I think. I just really loved the book the first time I read it. Are there any parts of the “Youth in Revolt” book that you wish were in the movie? There’s a whole other relationship with [Nick and Apurva] there. Or do you want to reinvent yourself, like Tobey Maguire did with the “Spider-Man” franchise? That’s basically what I’ve done so far with my off time. Me and [“Superbad” co-star] Jonah [Hill] were walking down the street, and people were shouting at us — and it was very apparent that more people knew [who we were]. Was it kind of like playing opposite another actor? It was just trying to make it look like there was actually interaction. Oh and there’s Fuzzy, who’s gone from the movie; he’s a friend of [Nick’s]. I only choose movies that I do, based on the directors, for the most part. Michael Cera and Jonah Hill in “Superbad” When did you first realize you were famous?