His next attempt at love, with catch phrase machine Ellen Page in Juno, went a little better, but it was mostly her idea and resulted in a kid he would probably never see after the day it was born.
Despite that track record, Cera has decided to play the field one more time in his upcoming film with a very long, very vague title, Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist.
Whoever said “There’s more fish in the sea” never dated in New York City, headquarters of The Singles Project, or anywhere else for that matter.
In today’s fast-paced, socially-connected world, singletons desire quality over quantity—that once-in-a-lifetime great catch.
She’s so attractive a presidential candidate almost torpedoed his campaign to point it out!Yet finding a one-and-only who understands you like no other (and meets a other requirements on your dating checklists) isn’t just the No. This oldie-but-goodie set in Seattle at the height of the 90s’ grunge mania stars Bridget Fonda, Kyra Sedgwick, Matt Dillon and Campbell Scott as a gang of twenty- and thirty-somethings dealing with love problems.1 motivating factor of our six Singles, it’s essentially the plot of every Hollywood movie ever made. It was written and directed by Cameron Crowe and features actress Sheila Kelley as a soulmate-seeking desperado who makes a video to document everything she wants in a man—only to eventually meet The One at an airport.This time Cera starts out as a recently-dumped bass guitarist who meets Kat Dennings (Charlie Bartlett) at a gig, moments after spotting his ex with a new man.After Dennings talks Cera into posing as her boyfriend for a few minutes, the pair makes a connection over their shared interest in music and takes off into New York City to try to find a secret show being played by one of their favorite bands.Norah never defines "minyan," and the non-Jewish Nick never asks.(If you're wondering, a minyan is the quorum required to hold a Jewish worship service.) The conversation tumbles on, and Norah's religious responsibilities are never mentioned again.“Nerd” used to be an insult for someone who read books or do homework rather than play sports.Now, “nerd” is a term of endearment for anyone who enjoys comic book movies, video games, cult TV shows or basically anything cool in pop culture.Within nerd culture, there are certain women who get a bit more love than the rest.Here are the 25 celebrities who nerds are really crushing on. Then she became a bit more hardened and badass by the end.