Is michael cera dating charlyne yi in real life
’ to ‘Let’s go on a date and see if it might get dirty.’ ”About two years ago Ms. Jasenovec, a friend she had met on the “Knocked Up” set, about a film project in which people who had interesting views on love would talk on camera about how they met (or, in some cases, broke up). Jasenovec felt that the movie needed an additional element: a Michael Moore-like figure at its center who is not only telling the story but also experiencing it firsthand. “Whether or not me and Michael are together or were ever together is irrelevant,” she said.“We should see that entire process from start to finish on camera,” Mr. “How can we figure out a way to make that seem natural, that she would actually meet someone and start a relationship and maybe even fall in love, while the cameras were around? Yi initially resisted becoming a character in the movie. “We’re acting, and we’re also friends, so that doesn’t make it difficult.”In response to questions sent via e-mail, Mr. “To me it seems clear which parts are acting,” he wrote, adding, “I’ve always found it fun to confuse people about what’s real and what’s not.”Aside from the nebulous case of Ms. Cera, “Paper Heart” offers the stories of people who are more candid about the particulars of their relationships, from Mary Beth and Sid Hardy, longtime spouses who were high school sweethearts at the age of 14, to James Lattig, a biker who goes by the nickname Jester and has a decidedly perverse sense of humor about his motorcycle mama. “I love to beat her, she hates the beatings.”)In this post-“Borat” era, the blend of fact and fiction in “Paper Heart” has not proved especially controversial with audiences; the movie even won the Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award at the Sundance Film Festival when it was shown there in January. Yi a fairly self-conscious person to begin with more aware of how she comes across on camera.Young geeky outsider chooses to go after a popular beauty but discovers she is shallow and small minded thus forcing him to look in his own backyard.Michael Cera has called it quits with his girlfriend of three years, actress Charlyne Yi.
“She wasn’t like 99 percent of people who get into sketch comedy, who have watched every ‘Monty Python,’ every ‘Kids in the Hall,’ every ‘Saturday Night Live,’ ” Mr. “When you see her perform, you don’t want to give her any advice. Yi also caught the attention of the casting director Allison Jones, who helped her land a brief but memorable role in the Judd Apatow comedy “Knocked Up,” playing the lone woman in Seth Rogen’s crew of stoner buddies. Yi recalled, “I’m like: ‘Oh God, I’ve never been high. “I don’t drink,” she said, “so how am I going to meet people?The comic and musician may have filmed a mockumentary, Paper Heart, featuring a budding romance with Cera (Year One). "OK, she's laughing as she says this."That's a rumor. The film also has a fictional account of Charlyne, who wants to know "what love is," meeting this cute, sensitive guy named Michael Cera and maybe falling for him.