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What's Hot on Inside Movies: Cozy Up to Michael Cera, Andy Serkis Riddles 'Batman,' James Franco Reaches New Heights

by Daynah Burnett, posted Jan 7th 2010 6:00PM
Around here the only thing that we like as much as TV is the movies! Luckily, we've got our blog-brothers over at Inside Movies to keep us posted on everything that's happening on the big screen. Right about now is when we give the remote a rest a check out the day's hottest posts.

Think you know Michael Cera? Check out this fact sheet that gives you the low-down on young Hollywood's funniest Canadian by far.

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Michael Cera Recounts Trip to Abandoned Train Station on 'Jimmy Fallon' (VIDEO)

by Donald Deane, posted Jan 6th 2010 3:52PM
Actor Michael Cera recounted the dangerous circumstances involving a trip he made in the past to a spooky abandoned train station in Detroit on 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon'

"There's this train station in Detroit that was designed by the guy who did Grand Central ... It's been abandoned since '85 or something. So, it's just filled with rubble and broken windows ... While we were in there, we heard gunshots," Cera said, describing the experience as "terrifying."

Watch the video after the jump.

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Letterman Takes Jab at Michael Cera for How Old He Is (VIDEO)

by Donald Deane, posted Jan 5th 2010 1:17PM
Michael Cera, star of 'Youth in Revolt,' found himself at the sharp end of David Letterman's wit on 'The Late Show' when the talk show host took several jabs at his youth.

"I appreciate you being here. I know you had to run right over from Geography," Letterman said to Cera, who is 21 years old.

Watch the video after the jump.

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What's Hot on Inside Movies: Emily Blunt, 'Basterds' Prequel, Best New Year's Eve Scenes

by Jason Newman, posted Dec 29th 2009 9:23PM
With 2009 quickly fading into memory status, there's still a lot of news coming out of the Inside Movies camp.

Allyssa Lee profiles rising star Emily Blunt and looks at the Oscar buzz around her performance in 'The Young Victoria.'

With the end of the year coming up, what better time is there than to take a look at the best New Year's Eve scenes in movies. It's one of the few features that can connect 'Strange Days' to 'When Harry Met Sally.'

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What's Hot on Inside Movies: Top 10 Performances of the Decade and More

by Chris Jordan, posted Dec 25th 2009 4:27PM
And the best performance in the decade goes to ... well, you have to see for yourself in Moviefone's Inside Movie's Top 10 best actors, actresses, supporting actors and supporting actresses lists. It's sure to spark a conversation or two.

Also on Inside Movies, take a look at the red-band trailer for the upcoming Michael Cera film 'Youth in Revolt.' It's a different Cera, that's for sure. What happened to the nice kid we used to know?

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The latest about the Arrested Development movie

by Allison Waldman, posted Oct 5th 2009 11:02AM
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Does it seem like every other month there's some talk about the proposed Arrested Development movie? Perhaps that's because it's an idea that simply won't go away until the film is actually in theaters and fans of the Emmy-winning Fox series will finally be satisfied. Well, satisfaction may be just around the corner. The Arrested Development movie is really developing now. Creator Mitchell Hurwitz is at work on the screenplay -- working with co-executive producer James Vallely -- and the Bluths are creeping closer to big screen reality.

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Right now on Cinematical

by Kona Gallagher, posted Jan 24th 2009 3:04PM
The folks at our sister site Cinematical are working hard to give you news and reviews of the best -- and worst -- the silver screen has to offer. Here are some of their musings on the latest blockbusters, indies, and everything in between:

  • The Cinematical crew is staying at Sundance until the bitter end. Check out their Sundance in 60 Seconds for Friday, January 23.
  • I've been hearing a lot about the new Lil' Wayne documentary and it sounds really interesting. Check out what Cinematical has to say about The Carter.
  • John Krasinski is more than the adorable Jim Halpert on The Office; he's also a budding director. He premiered his first film, Brief Interviews with Hideous Men at Sundance. Jim Rocchi got a chance to interview him. Check it out here.
  • Another movie that premiered at Sundance that I'm excited about is Paper Heart. Starring Michael Cera and Charlyne Yi. It's both a comedy about a documentary and a documentary about a comedy, if that makes sense. Cinematical explains it all in their review.
  • Hey! Oscar nominations were this week! Check out what gott snubbed!

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Right now on Cinematical

by Kona Gallagher, posted Nov 29th 2008 9:39AM
The folks at our sister site Cinematical are working hard to give you news and reviews of the best -- and worst -- the silver screen has to offer. Here are some of their latest musings on the latest blockbusters, indies, and everything in between:

  • If there's one thing we love here at TV Squad, it's speculation about TV shows that are being made into feature films. Cinematical gets in on the action by speculating about a possible Buffy the Vampire Slayer movie.
  • Many of you are probably still hanging out with family after the holiday. Whether your family is a basket of sunshine and puppies, or...not, you can bask in the glow of seven non-dysfunctional movie families.
  • I don't have the time to get too ranty, but I hate the idea of He's Just Not That Into You. It preys on insecurities in a very condescending way. I didn't want the book, and I certainly don't want the movie...except I love just about everyone in the cast and they have a Jason Mraz song in the trailer! Ugh. I'm probably going to see it and hate myself. Anyway, check out the trailer for yourself. Are you going to see it?
  • I'm not even a Star Wars fan, but this "Guitar Solo" t-shirt with Han Solo cracked me up. What can I say? I do love a good pun.
  • I've been hearing about this semi-secret Michael Cera movie, Paper Hearts, for a little bit, but I haven't been able to even find out what it's about. Cinematical has some info on it though, and I'm definitely intrigued.

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Arrested Development: Top Banana - VIDEO

by Joel Keller, posted Jun 13th 2008 10:02AM
AD: Top Banana

Do not adjust your web browser. You are now entering the Retro Squad, where we are reviewing past episodes of classic TV shows.

(S01E02) Many people will tell you that they got sucked into Arrested Development by its pilot. I wasn't. For some reason, I didn't watch the pilot when it first aired. But that's just fine, because the second episode, "Top Banana," was a perfect representation of everything AD ended up being. Throwaway jokes. Quick cut-aways and flashbacks. Subtle catchphrase generation. A "lesson of the week" couched in vicious barbs between members of the Bluth family. Oh, and two words that I'll never forget: "No touching!"

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Six reasons why now is the time to become an AD fan

by Annie Wu, posted Jun 12th 2008 2:07PM
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Do not adjust your web browser. You are now entering the Retro Squad, where we are reviewing past episodes of classic TV shows.

I will admit, I was super late to the Arrested Development game. It had been canceled and I'm pretty sure everything was on DVD. Actually, I remember the first time I watched an episode, it was on G4. There was that guy from Teen Wolf Too and he was talking to David Cross, who was painted like a Smurf for some reason. And then he did some things that didn't really make sense, and I laughed nervously because I was worried I had become too stupid to keep up with sitcoms. I gave up after another ten minutes of confusion and switched over to Flavor of Love or something equally brain-numbing to make myself feel better.

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Arrested Development: Pilot (series premiere) - VIDEO

by Jason Hughes, posted Jun 9th 2008 9:20AM
Arrested DevelopmentDo not adjust your web browser. You are now entering the Retro Squad, where we are reviewing past episodes of classic TV shows.

(S01E01) Some shows come out of the gate with such a power that you can't help but stand up and take notice. For the far too few of us who happened to catch Arrested Development when it premiered, it quickly established that it was going to be something a little different than the other comedy fare on the television. The trend at the time was moving toward the single camera format, that's almost become the norm for comedies nowadays (The Office, My Name is Earl, hell NBC's entire Thursday night lineup).

There was a time when audiences were less receptive to this kind of television. It was funny, but minus a laugh track. So while shows like The King of Queens, Everybody Loves Raymond and even According to Jim had this comfortable format with the basic house set and laughter to cue us into the funny bits, AD was something a bit more challenging. Perhaps it was just a few years ahead of its time, or perhaps it was on the wrong network (FOX), or perhaps it was just too smart for its own good.

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An Arrested Development reunion. Sort of.

by Brad Trechak, posted Apr 16th 2008 11:02AM
Arrested Development, Season 1It's an Arrested Development reunion! Well, not quite. But Jason Bateman, Will Arnett and Henry Winkler will be lending their voices for a new Fox animated series called Sit Down, Shut Up.

The show centers around staff members at a high school where the student needs become secondary. It is based on an live-action Australian series. Also joining the voice cast are Cheri Oteri, Will Forte, Regina King, Nick Kroll, Tom Kenny and Maria Bamford.

It's a common strategy of television shows to bring together two or more cast members from previous successful series and call it a "reunion." I've seen Lost In Space reunions on Babylon 5 and Dukes of Hazzard reunions on Smallville.

Arrested Development has its own cult following, which I do not count myself among. I enjoyed episodes of the show, but don't go out of my way to see it or own it on DVD. However, given AD's following, it may mean more viewers for Sit Down, Shut Up.

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Clark and Michael: In The Limelight - VIDEO

by Varun Lella, posted Aug 6th 2007 3:19PM
Sometimes the best television isn't transmitting through satellites, cables or airwaves. Sometimes the best television isn't shown on any channel. Sometimes the best television is on the internet. Case in point: Clark and Michael.

Clark and Michael is the brain child of Arrested Development's Michael Cera and Clark Duke, who can be found on ABC's Greek. The project that started as Duke's college thesis has evolved into a full season of hilarity at ten-minutes-per-serving.

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Talk Talk: Adam Sandler, Denis Leary, Sienna Miller

by Bob Sassone, posted Jul 10th 2007 5:55PM
  • Michael CeraCharlie Rose: sports columnist Sally Jenkins
  • The Daily Show: Michael Moore (repeat)
  • The Colbert Report: Doug Bailey (repeat)
  • The Late Show With David Letterman: Sienna Miller, Michael Cera, and Interpol
  • Jay Leno: Adam Sandler, Nikki Blonsky, and Silverchair
  • Jimmy Kimmel Live: Nick Lachey and Reggie Bush
  • Tavis Smiley: Luke Wilson and Marina Nemat (repeat)
  • Late Night With Conan O'Brien: Denis Leary, Patton Oswalt, and Against Me
  • The Late, Late Show With Craig Ferguson: Kara Cooney and Geoff Keith
  • Last Call With Carson Daly: Joss Stone and David deRothschild

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Michael Cera coming to CBS

by Brett Love, posted Nov 27th 2006 11:01AM
Michael CeraApparently CBS isn't just screwing around with that Innertube thing on their website. The network has signed Michael Cera (Arrested Development) to do a scripted short-form series. The Good Life will be a mockumentary about two aspiring television producers who are convinced that their show is the next big thing. Unfortunately for them, it's not. Cera will be joined by Clark Duke, who you may remember from CSI, but I doubt it. He played Frat Boy #1 two years ago, if that helps. The pair will also both be in Judd Apatow's next film, Super Bad, next year.

This is a big step for the networks and new media. It's one thing to have a web only reality show, added bonus clips, or to burn off episodes of your failed series online. But it is an entirely different thing to hire known actors to create a series specifically for online distribution. Now let's see NBC answer by finally producing some more Nobody's Watching episodes.

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