"I ate a lot of prehistoric food."
It was only day one of the show, so we expect they'll get much better with time.
Early evidence suggests yes.
The only thing keeping this trailer from overdosing on its own tweeness is a score by Belle and Sebastian.
Webber talks about singing for Nigel Godrich, Michael Cera expanding his horizons, and dealing with harsh reviews.
That horse's head we had delivered to the foot of Michael Cera's bed must've done the trick!
"A holocaust of twee."
What can it mean?!?! Probably only that it didn't match her other jewelry. Also, what is Britney really saying in that new song? In the gossip roundup.
Plus: Gus Van Sant reveals his true ambitions.
Somebody please send Cera a script!
Plus: Michael Cera finally has enemies.
The makers of the top-secret 'Hearts' are trying to keep the movie under wraps in hopes that it'll take Sundance by surprise in January.
A homeless guy even threw an avocado at him.
You know the type: Over the course of one incredible evening, our heroes will drive around, find adventure, listen to some tunes, and maybe — just maybe — fall in love.
Plus: Why making a Mötley Crüe movie is a serious moral issue.
Plus: David Boreanz doesn't get 'Heroes.'
Did Freddie Prinze Jr. ever have it this easy?
Plus: Finally the a cappella movie we've been (chicka chicka ssshhh) waiting for all these years.