Yi travels the United States talking to real couples about the circumstances that led to their love connections.She also plays a character named Charlyne Yi, who in the course of making the film shares a romance with a character named Michael Cera played by the actor Michael Cera, the “Superbad” and “Juno” star.Then he steps to the side and suddenly you can see why he might not want anyone peeking inside. One can only imagine what any girls of his acquaintance must think.It looks like a homeless person is living out of it. "I drove here from Toronto and haven't unpacked yet." When did that trip take place, exactly? "Uh, like, uh, nine or 10 months ago." The most important thing to know about Cera is that out of all the classic Hollywood movie-star options open to a guy like him last night, he chose none.Or maybe she’ll recreate “The Dating Game” in midshow and then tell you later, in all sincerity, how reality television’s declining standards of propriety are symptomatic of fundamental problems with modern courtship. Yi said recently, “from the ’70s version, where they’re saying weird stuff and innuendos, to now where they’re, like, in Jacuzzis and they’re making out on the first date and being real nasty.” But when it comes to her own love life, Ms.
In “Paper Heart” (which is directed by Nicholas Jasenovec and opens on Friday), Ms."While we were filming I went from performing three, four nights a week to once a month at most.It’s one of the things I missed the most."She also has an HBOseries and another movie in the works, but her lifelong ambition is just to rock out a little.Hometown: Los Angeles Film: Paper Heart For Fans Of: Jim Jarmusch, Michael Cera, Rainn Wilson In recent years, there’s been no shortage of well-soundtracked "alternative" romantic comedies, and most have hinged on a very particular archetype: the unassuming nerd girl.Equal parts brains and quirk, 23-year-old Charlyne Yi is a real-world version of those characters—and she has no reservations about that. In Paper Heartindie heartthrob Michael Cerathat she doesn’t believe in love.