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Cera sighting Sunday on the plaza

Andrea Slatter was walking around the plaza Sunday night, eating ice cream and looking at the pastels.

Michael Cera and another man approached Slatter on the plaza. His friend did all the talking at first, they were looking for a good place to eat. "I kept looking at him and wondering if that was him. I thought I was tripping."

Cera’s newest movie, Nick and Nora’s Infinite Play List, was released on Friday. The young actor has stared in Superbad (2007), and Juno (2007). Cera gained notability from his roll as George Michael Bluth in the defuncted sitcom, Arrested Development.

"I was kind of nervous because I knew it was him but I didn’t want to say anything." Slatter suggested Tomo’s, and they started walking that direction, Cera and his friend began to follow them.

When they got to Tomo’s, a couple people ran over to Cera. They looked like they were going to leave, but then stuck around trying to figure out a good place to eat.

So Slatter went over with her ice cream to chat with him.

"I was like, ‘what are you doing here?’ He was really weird and awkward, kind of like in all his movies," said Slatter.

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Jessica said…
hehehe, I was at Tomo's Sunday night. yum yum.
Melody, this brings home what a rarity nationally known celebs are in HumCo I guess. Anyway, I came across something you may want to trumpet - check this out:

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You have got to see this film's preview online!

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