RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Michael Cera

Michael Cera
Actor Michael Cera is best known for his role as George-Michael Bluth in the Fox comedy series "Arrested Development."

Cera typically plays sweet and shy good-guy types, such as Paulie Bleeker, his character in the 2007 indie comedy "Juno." He also has starring roles in the Judd Apatow-produced "Superbad" and the romantic comedy "Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist."

In 2007, Cera co-wrote and starred in CBS' original Web series, "Clark and Michael."
Actor Michael Cera is best known for his role as George-Michael Bluth in the Fox comedy series "Arrested Development."

Cera typically plays sweet and shy good-guy types, such as Paulie Bleeker, his character in the 2007 indie comedy "Juno." He also has starring roles in the Judd Apatow-produced "Superbad" and the romantic comedy "Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist."

In 2007, Cera co-wrote and starred in CBS' original Web series, "Clark and Michael."
« Show less

Top Michael Cera Articles

Displaying items 49-60
  • Michael Cera, John Hawkes Join FX's Charlie Kaufman Pilot

    Michael Cera and John Hawkes have been signed to star in the FX comedy pilot "How and Why" from Charlie Kaufman. "Why" revolves around a brilliant man who understands nuclear physics but is clueless about how life works. Kaufman will write and direct the...
  • TCA: CBS executive defends pilot season's 'creative adrenaline'

    TCA: CBS executive defends pilot season's 'creative adrenaline'
    The process of making TV pilots every year may be a relic of the pre-Netflix era — but CBS isn't going to abandon it any time soon. "Pilot season does work for us," CBS entertainment president Nina Tassler told reporters Wednesday morning at the...
  • TCA: 'The Americans' takes on family matters in Season 2

    TCA: 'The Americans' takes on family matters in Season 2
    Are the Russians keen on FX's Cold War-set drama "The Americans"? Matthew Rhys, who stars as KGB agent Philip Jennings in the period show, has his theory on its international reception: "It's a huge comedy in Russia," he joked while promoting the second...
  • WGN America will follow 'Salem' with more drama

    WGN America will follow 'Salem' with more drama
    WGN America is new to the scripted drama business, but its first series, "Salem," is looking like a scary winner. The story of the infamous witch trials in 17th century Massachusetts, "Salem" will premiere April 20, the network has announced. It's second...
  • Friday's TV Highlights: 'This Is the End' on Starz

    Friday's TV Highlights: 'This Is the End' on Starz
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of Jan. 19 - 25, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies     -------------------- SERIES The Carrie Diaries As Carrie, Mouse,...
  • Longitude Looking for Laughs with Live Production Arm (EXCLUSIVE)

    Steve Longi's Longitude Entertainment is launching a live production division to produce comedy features and specials -- starting with performances by stand-up comedian Willie Barcena. The comedy concert film will be shot Feb. 14 and 15 at the The El...
  • TV Picks: 'Wrong Mans,' TV Guide, 'MasterChef Jr.,' 'Burning Love'

    TV Picks: 'Wrong Mans,' TV Guide, 'MasterChef Jr.,' 'Burning Love'
    "The Wrong Mans" (Hulu, beginning Monday). James Corden and Mathew Baynton, both from Britain's "Gavin & Stacey," co-wrote and costar in this fine action comedy, co-produced by Hulu and the BBC. As the title suggests, it's Hitchcock times two, comically....
  • Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor: Twitter reacts to Batman/Superman casting

     
    News that Jesse Eisenberg will play famous villain Lex Luthor and Jeremy Irons will play Alfred Pennyworth in Zack Snyder’s […]...
  • Horror director's career back from the dead

    Horror director's career back from the dead
    A couple of weeks ago at Lincoln Hall, late on a Saturday afternoon, Chester Novell Turner took the stage. Or rather, to be exact, he climbed onto the stage, throwing a leg sideways and hoisting himself from the floor to the stage. He did not seem to...
  • Sundance Film Review: 'Hits'

    Missing its comedic targets more often than not, writer-director David Cross's scattershot "Hits" resembles early Alexander Payne in its playful (or hateful?) skewering of local yokels and their purportedly dim dreams. Some will see smug misanthropy in...
  • Surprise and confirmation in Spirit Awards nominations

    Surprise and confirmation in Spirit Awards nominations
    It’s not only actors and filmmakers who get excited about something like the Spirit Awards nominations announcement. One could argue that such things are actually more meaningful (and closely watched) by executives and producers. The nominations...
  • Remembering Harold Ramis: He always made me smile

    Remembering Harold Ramis: He always made me smile
    What I will remember most about Harold Ramis is his smile — always there in his work, ever playing across his face. Even when the writer/actor/director was trying to look serious, his eyes twinkled and a grin tugged at the corners of his mouth. As...