He's itching to date other people," the magazine cited a source as stating. And the break-up is so much harder because she'll have to see him on tour" to promote their new movie "Paper Heart", added the source.
For everyone confused on the topic of love (and let's be honest, aren't we all a little confused on that topic?
Flavorpill: One of my favorite parts about this film is the real people stories. Improv is a form of writing, and then post-production was like . I don’t know that he ever gives me the chance to do it; he just shuts me up. Whenever I try to do an impression of him, he does me, but he makes me sound like an idiot.
Did you have to shoot multiple takes to get those right? We were talking about how much more natural they seemed on camera than me. I was like, “They didn’t fly me out here for cinematography, right? We had so many scenes that this could have been a completely different movie. FP: In the final scene you do a spot-on impression of Michael Cera. Like, “Durrrr, I’m Charlyne.” I think it kind of hurts his feelings.
Watch the official trailer for Charlyne Yi's Charlyne Yi does not believe in love. Well, at the very least, she doesn’t believe in fairy-tale love or the Hollywood mythology of love, and her own experiences have turned her into yet another modern-day skeptic.
Paper Heart follows Charlyne as she embarks on a quest across America to make a documentary about the one subject she doesn’t fully understand.
14 I love this group of actors, but I have never really been a fan of Yi. Couldn't be any worse, and according to him, it was more entertaining. I have tons of friends who are the biggest nerds or geeks or whatever (although nowadays that is almost a compliment, and most people are "nerdy" in some way) and NO ONE I KNOW ACTS LIKE THIS.
Charlyne Yi is not funny and her awkward style of humor becomes dull within the first 10 minutes of the film.
[laughs] I’ve always been really nervous, no matter what. I told my director, Nick [Jasenovec], “I don’t know how to talk! When I talk right now, I’m kind of getting a headache.
How am I going to make them feel comfortable enough to open up to me? They became the person who was driving the whole conversation. FP: I know at first you were planning to stay off camera. CY: I was fine with being on camera documenting other people, but Nick wanted me to really go on dates and meet people. So when we agreed it would be more of a narrative, with a plot — scripted in a sense — I felt more comfortable with putting a version of myself out there. [laughs] I saw the film over 150 times in order to edit it, and it made me very biased. I’m not insecure or anything, I just don’t prefer to watch myself. Other people in the bar were getting upset that we weren’t interviewing them, too.
And there’s not going to be footage of me dying either.” FP: Your director, Nick, is played by an actor, Jake Johnson. Part of the thing that we liked about someone else playing Nick — besides the fact that Nick is kind of a bad actor — was the fact that once we got to the credits it would say, “Nick Jasenovec played by Jake Johnson.” It be an unveiling that it wasn’t a true documentary — partly true, but not really.
Ace Showbiz - Clearing the air up from false persistent reports of her dating Michael Cera, Charlyne Yi has confirmed to Moviefone that her relationship with the actor is just a professional bond and nothing more. Last week, Star Magazine ran a story claiming the two called off their romance after three years of dating.