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Some fans strongly oppose Eisenberg's casting as the villain, but others are interested to see how the typically-geeky actor will pull it off.
The 'Adventureland' duo will once again play a couple in the upcoming action comedy to be scripted by Max Landis.
The 'Now You See Me' actor and the '30 Rock' alumna as well as 'The Big C' star John Benjamin Hickey will appear in the same episode of season 5.
The Mark Zuckerberg of 'The Social Network' plays a man who is driven mad by the sudden appearance of his doppelganger in the dark comedy movie.
Jesse and Mia show off their public display of affection in Toronto, Canada, where she is working on her latest movie.
The photos of the Richard Ayoade movie reveal a very moody, noir-style set complete with wisps of smoke and dramatic lighting.
As an effort to promote their upcoming movie, Aziz and Jesse step behind the counter of Goathill Pizza in San Fransisco, California to serve pizza for customers.
The 'Social Network' actor asks help from Ansari when he is forced to rob a bank by two other men who put a highly explosive bomb vest on his chest.
The best filmmakers working in the movie industry today have been invited to join the voting members of the academy this year.
The Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All leader debuts a hilarious video about a 'creepy Goblin' who stalks a girl.
Despite the bad publication, the 'Green Lantern' star is still set to attend the event and is currently 'working on a moment in the show where she'd make fun of it.'
The newly-released video from the comedy movie sees Jesse wearing the dangerous outfit and making Aziz Ansari freak out.
The 'Social Network' actor admits his One Up Me game only became popular when it was incorporated into Facebook.
The opening monologue was set as the first meeting between the actor and the Facebook founder, the latter who initially did not want to watch 'The Social Network'.
Meanwhile, Michelle Williams wants to share her Best Actress honor with co-star Ryan Gosling, and Best Actor nominee Colin Firth claims he is 'not used to this much joy.'