And I met people with awesome stories, and I was like: “There’s so many movies about love that are fiction, what if we made a movie actually capturing true-love stories?
If you mess up, the audience laughs because we don't really know what we're doing. We didn't have lines we had to know, we just had an emotion or a line we had to get towards.
But as far as shooting, that was very scary, trying to make a point and drive the film. Nick, our director, allowed us to do a lot of takes. to New York, and met people and shot along the way. We'd be shooting in the middle of a forest where it was raining, shooting guns.
While both have said that they will remain friends, I can’t help but think that the promotional tour for this film might be more than a little awkward.
But on the flip side: ladies who love nerdy guys will be thrilled to know that he’s available. Michael Cera has dumped his longtime love Charlyne Yi, 23 – just as the co-stars are beginning a lengthy promotional campaign for their comedy Paper Heart. “And the breakup is so much harder because she’ll have to see him on tour.” The three-year relationship fell victim to Michael’s skyrocketing career, says the source.
His shoots kept them apart for long stretches of time- and it didn’t help that Michael, 21, has become a bit of a heart-throb.
“He’s been with her since before he was super-famous, and now all these girls fawn all over him,” says the source. As hard as it will be for Charlyne, he’ll probably be out with someone else very soon.” magazine print edition, Aug.
He wanted the tone of the narrative to feel as close to a documentary as possible.17: How was filming on the road? If felt like a road trip, because it really was one. Then soon after that we'll go in soaking wet, drenched and smelling bad with mud on our feet and drive ten hours.
We were constantly moving forward with the film, and moving forward as people across America.17: Why should Seventeen readers go see ? I think what a lot of young women like about this movie is its protagonist.
In Paper Heart Yi meets up with a director, Nicholas Jasenovec, the films actual director, who’s played by the much more Hollywood-friendly actor Jake M. Along the way, Yi meets Michael Cera—the pretend version of himself—at a party where he creepily knows her name and scopes her out.