Ari Graynor in "Nick & Norah's Infinite Playlist" (2008), by Peter Sollett.
I want to thank director Peter Sollett for having said that my videos (uploaded in Youtube and Facebook) dedicated to his film "Nick & Norah's Infinite Playlist" were amazing and my review of Rachel Cohn & David Levithan's book was so flattering of reading for him, as well as for the writers. It's so undescribable and special when the authors of the artworks you admire so much write you back grateful, it's really so encouraging!! Now the talented and attractive actress Ari Graynor (Caroline in "Nick & Norah") is also a friend of mine in Facebook. What else can I ask for? She's a gifted funny actress, who is known for her roles as Caitlin Rucker in "The Sopranos", Elvina in "CSI: Miami" and Paula Baniszewski in "An American Crime" (2007).
Her upcoming projects are "Whip It!" (2009) as Eva Destruction, starring Ellen Page and "Youth in Revolt" (2009) as Lacey with Michael Cera.
"There are few things I love more in this world than music, shy boys, Rachel Cohn books, and one night adventures (a la Can’t Hardly Wait). Needless to say I was stoked.I was especially glad at how closely it followed the book. The only parts changed were the name of Nick’s band from the Fuck Offs to the Jerk Offs, and the craziness of Caroline. The whole part about her getting lost was great. Caroline made the movie for me.
Cera was awkward but endearing as ever. Dennings was sassy and clever". Source: www.filmschoolrejects.com
"And while a set of photos from the set of Youth in Revolt, a comedy based on a popular novel from C.D. Payne. The film has a stellar cast, including Michael Cera, Justin Long, Steve Buscemi, Ray Liotta, Fred Willard, Ari Graynor, Mary Kay Place, Zach Galifianakis and newcomer Portia Doubleday."
"Michael Cera (Juno, Superbad) played the leading man in the adaptation of C.D. Payne’s bitingly hilarious novel about whip-smart, sex-obsessed teen Nick Twisp. Cast also includes Steve Buscemi, Ray Liotta, Justin Long, Jean Smart and Portia Doubleday". Source: www.mynorth.com