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In Paper Heart, opening in theaters this Friday, Charlyne Yi plays a documentary filmmaker intent on finding out what people, young and old, feel about love. Perhaps sometimes people are wary of love because they're trying to be smart, don't understand love, or of the fear of getting hurt again, or even hurting the other person . During her travels and interviews, she falls in love with geek heartthrob Michael Cera. She has been in one celebrity relationship averaging approximately 4.7 years. Yesterday, fans of Charlyne Yi and Michael Cera uttered a collective "Noooooooo!There's nothing wrong with not believing in love or thinking that you be in love, but I don't want to watch as you struggle with figuring out if you want to change your ways or not.
But on the flip side: ladies who love nerdy guys will be thrilled to know that he’s available. Michael Cera has dumped his longtime love Charlyne Yi, 23 – just as the co-stars are beginning a lengthy promotional campaign for their comedy Paper Heart. “And the breakup is so much harder because she’ll have to see him on tour.” The three-year relationship fell victim to Michael’s skyrocketing career, says the source." when Star magazine "reported" that Cera had dumped Yi after three years of dating because he wanted to sow his wild oats (maybe with a girl named Maeby? After Star magazine reported Canadian funnyman Michael Cera had dumped his “girlfriend,” comedian Charlyne Yi after dating for three years, Yi set the record straight to Moviefone. or ever,” Yi said of the time her and Cera spent together shooting the mockumentary “Paper Heart.” “I also heard that we broke up.Someone sent me an article that said I was really sad. But he’s actually in Toronto right now filming a movie called ‘Scott Pilgrim.’ So that’s interesting.” Yi, best known for her role as a stoner in the Judd Apatow movie “Knocked Up,” makes her feature film writing debut with “Paper Heart.” The movie follows Yi (who claims not to believe in love) on her quest to understand the very thing she doesn’t understand.Stay tuned for and POP’s review of “Paper Heart” this Friday!