Richard Ayoade’s second film as a director, The Double, starring Jesse Eisenberg and Mia Wasikowska, opens in theaters this week. And, despite his self-deprecating comments, it’s really good.
‘Tis very bright, indeed.
And Jeremy Irons will play Bruce Wayne’s butler Alfred.
The once-troubled son of a Hollywood legend, Max Landis has become one of the hottest writers in the movie business — despite his background, not because of it. How he got here is a wild narrative unto itself.
And that’s thanks to his mother, a former clown.
Mark Zuckerberg and Jesse Eisenberg don’t seem that different after all.
Jesse Eisenberg, the voice of the parrot in Rio, made a PSA for the Humane Society about the dark side of the exotic bird trade. While this is a serious and noble cause, I can’t stop staring at his teenage dirtbag facial hair.
Hollywood is a small world after all. But what’s she up to these days besides being regulated to her brother’s shadow?
The younger sister of pretty-famous Jesse Eisenberg (“The Social Network,” “Adventureland,” “Zombieland,” etc.) also happens to be that adorable, curly-haired girl from those Pepsi commercials years ago. This might not be breaking news to everyone — they’ve been related to each other for their entire lives, after all — but it certainly just blew MY mind!
Victoria Beckham for Polaroid! Jesse Eisenberg for Oxy! Fergie for Bongo Jeans! Pink for Jelly Roll gel pens! Looking back, it seems like any ol’ celebrity would slap their name onto a now-dated product with little remorse for how it would translate years later.
Or he will sue you. A hard lesson that Lionsgate is learning now.
You try being a celebrity interviewer and having a social life — sometimes things take their toll. Luckily Aziz Ansari, Jesse Eisenberg, Danny McBride, and Nick Swardson are very understanding.
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Jesse Eisenberg’s face makes this meme. If you need me, I’ll be in the corner. Crying. Because “They’re Taking The Hobbits To Isengard” is now stuck in my head.
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Finally, someone released the never before seen audition that Jesse Eisenberg did for “127 Hours.”
On its opening weekend, the film managed to pull in $23 million and received many positive reviews, with a 97% on Rotten Tomatoes. The whole Facebook crew went to see the film as well, even though Zuckerberg himself was noticeably absent.
Sorry for the lame title of this post! Moving on: I just watched The Social Network. It’s really good, and it made me want to know what all the people in the movie looked like IRL, and what they’re up to nowadays. So I looked it up, and now you’re reading about it! Here’s some background on the relevant people from the story.
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