The blueprint for a Michael Cera movie

 

The blueprint for a Michael Cera movie

The blueprint for a Michael Cera movie

Oh Michael Cera. We fell in love with you playing George-Michael Bluth in “Arrested Development“. Then 2007 happened, and you gave us cinematic gems with Superbad and Juno. But now we are on to you. Your movies have a secret formula, and we now have the recipe. As George Bush so famously said, “There’s an old saying in Tennessee — I know it’s in Texas, probably in Tennessee — that says, fool me once, shame on — shame on you. Fool me — you can’t get fooled again.” Only, we will allow ourselves to get fooled again in 2012 when the Arrested Development movie comes out.

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4 responses to “The blueprint for a Michael Cera movie

  1. I know! I am with you on that. Along with Seth Rogen, Jonah Hill, and Ellen Page.

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  2. 48colorrainbow

    Has he said he doesn’t want to be typecast? It’s getting tiresome seeing him play the same type of roles in seemingly everything he does.

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  3. I know! The rumors are killing me. I NEED this movie.

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  4. Ha ha. Funny blueprint but so true.

    You mean when and IF the movie comes out. It really annoys me that true fans have been waiting for this alleged movie for years while the actors and directors worked on other crappy projects.

    But you’re right, I’m sure Cera won’t disappoint us in being awkward in the Arrested Development movie. … It’s what he does best.
    (And to think he didn’t want to be type cast. Then stop accepting the same roles buddy!)

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