05:17 PM EDT 04/07/2014
Originally posted 04/04/2014 06:30PM
When Game of Thrones returns for its fourth season Sunday night, fans will get to enjoy the latest adventures in the reign of King Joffrey Baratheon, a blond tyrant who rules Westeros with an ironfisted combination of petulance and sadism. To celebrate Joffrey's impending nuptials, we've given him a wedding gift: a list of the horrible TV children just as bad as himself. Maybe they can have a playdate – just leave the crossbows at home.
Originally posted 07/12/2013 08:10AM
Christina Hendricks and hubby Geoffrey Arend were the picture of a happy couple on Tuesday night.
The Mad Men starlet and Body of Proof star were joined by a big group of friends, including Michael Cera, at Stone Rose lounge in New York City.
"They were acting cute and she was giggling," an onlooker tells PEOPLE of the pair. "It was adorable how Geoffrey was being sweet with her and totally doting. I was surprised Michael was with them, but they must know each other well because it seemed like they were close."
Originally posted 05/27/2013 11:30AM
Originally posted 07/24/2010 06:10PM
While Michael Cera's outcome in the upcoming comic-book movie Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World may be a wild card, the young actor was always the big poker winner against his costars during downtime on the Toronto set.
"I wouldn't say I'm great," a humble Cera, 22, told PEOPLE at San Diego's Comic-Con International, but he did admit his costars "didn't know what they were getting into … I play in a really good game in L.A. with really good players, people who are a few levels above me.
"I just try to walk away with my money from that game, and that's made me a better player."
Originally posted 06/24/2009 02:25PM
Facebook, the social networking giant, is hitting the big screen – but it's not the story of some young Americans' drunken escapades. The proposed film, tentatively titled The Social Network, adapts Ben Mezrich's new book, The Accidental Billionaires, which documents the Web site's founding by Harvard students in 2004.
David Fincher, who directed Brad Pitt in last year's The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, is attached to the project, Variety reports. He joins West Wing scribe Aaron Sorkin and producer Kevin Spacey. The Tech site CNET's The Social blog also reports that Michael Cera and Shia LaBeouf are among those being sought to play founder and current CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
– Xiomara Martinez-White
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