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The stage comedy will feature music by Vampire Weekend's Rostam Batmanglij and opens on September 11 on Broadway.
The 'Fine China' singer talks about a relationship that has reached its breaking point in the buzz track for his new album.
Jason Bateman, Will Arnett, Portia de Rossi, Michael Cera, Alia Shawkat and more gather at the TCL Chinese Theater in L.A. to celebrate the upcoming release of the show's new season.
'The Social Network' and 'Inception' lead the pack with three nods each, including best drama and best director prizes for the former.
A video of him getting on stage to rap Short's '2 B**ches' has since become a viral hit, but the actor reveals that the road to there was rather funny.
Learning that Cera and Kendrick were reported hooking up, a rep for the 22-year-old actor bursts off the story, insisting they are 'absolutely not' dating.
The actor, who hadn't played the sport since junior high school following a disastrous performance in a crucial match, had to face his fear in summer 2009.
Traveling with a pal, the 'Superbad' actor panicked for 'about 20 minutes' before they were finally rescued by locals.
The band, which include Slipknot members James Root and Corey Taylor on the line-up, have their lead singer being tortured by a woman in this music video.
Michael Cera and Mary Elizabeth Winstead came as the film's cast members, while the likes of Guillermo del Toro, Quentin Tarantino and Sigourney Weaver were among the guests.
The star-studded action movie brings a full trailer while the big screen adaptation of the comic books is previewed in new clips.
One of the posters has Shrek behind the bars, while the other one sees Rumpelstiltskin surrounded by witches.
The music video features candid moments and stage acts of Kid Cudi who is joined by Kanye West in several concerts.
Not only exposing the romantic moment between Scott Pilgrim and Ramona Flowers, but also the video has dramatic scenes where the bass guitarist fights her evil exes.
After the 2006 cancellation, the much-anticipated movie adaptation of TV comedy 'Arrested Development' is in process, Michael Cera insists.