The two stars of Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist sit at the conference table. Both smile and say hello. They are young, pale and pleasant. A poster of the movie is propped up behind Michael Cera, where he looks much taller and a little sturdier than he does in the movies. Kat Dennings has very little make-up and looks a bit tired.
Q: What draws them (Nick and Norah) to each other? What is their chemistry?
Michael Cera: They don’t necessarily always get along—there’s definitely some tension.
Kat Dennings: Sometimes they hate each other, sometimes they like each other.
Michael Cera: They just click though, you know?
Aimee Sweetâ€™s career began at age 19 when she had a chance meeting with glamour photographer Suze Randall. Sweet went to Randallâ€™s studio to accompany one of her friends, who wanted to be a model. Her friend wasnâ€™t chosen, but Randall liked what she saw in Sweet.
Sweet began modeling for Randall, and soon afterwards was chosen for a centerfold spread in Penthouse magazine. Much to her surprise, she became Penthouse Pet for August 1998, which lead to appearances in other menâ€™s magazines.
In 1999, Sweet moved to Milan, Italy, as a high-fashion model for the Elite modeling agency. Upon returning to the U.S. several months later, she started her own business and launched her own website.
Regular contributor and horror host extroidinaire Mr. Lobo recently interviewed Sweet and we have the video, the audio and the transcript to prove it.
Bio compiled from Wikipedia and other sources.
Live from the floor of Wondercon, Badmouth brings you a brilliant interview with Richard Hatch -- not the homosexual, back-stabbing, tax-dodging winner of Survivor -- but the freakishly tall star of the hit 1970s science-fiction television program Battlestar Galactica.
The interviewer is Sacramento's own Mr. Lobo who hosts the nationally syndicated television program Cinema Insomnia and is snappy dresser to boot.