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On a quiet night at home with my parents, flicking through the channels, I landed on the 2009 film gem: Zombieland. Putting aside my weird obsession with Woody Harrelson, as I watched the film for the sixth or seventh time, I was struck by the picture it painted of our nation’s post-zombie apocalypse identity: a landscape bereft of life, ravaged by the undead, survived only by four lucky humans.
One of the perks of attending liberal arts college is that you’ll usually have a C-list celebrity in your class. Stacey Farber from Degrassi was in one of my writing classes, socialite Olivia Palermo from The City roamed our halls looking confused and expensive, Jesse Eisenberg was in a math class with one of my friends and a real life prince even went to Lang for, like, a day.
[His] agent and manager are planning to “accidentally” sign him on, in a binding agreement, as the voice of the as-yet unknown “villain” character in Toy Story 5.