Who is spike jonze dating now
During the financial crisis, he made a video that featured Kanye West and Jay Z customizing/destroying a very expensive car and then driving it around in circles under a giant American flag, all the while bragging about their wealth.
He’s built a career on filming the body, and now, in his first original screenplay—the first feature he’s made that is wholly and completely a Spike Jonze production—one of the sexiest actresses in Hollywood is present only in her breathy tones.
A source tells Star: They walked around chatting, went to a pizza joint for lunch and took the subway.
She’s a little commitment-phobic—her heart can’t be filled by one person. Since his very first skateboarding videos, Jonze has used the camera to track bodies, recording their perfect and messy and gross motion.
(Remember that this is the man who served as a producer and sometimes director for MTV’s “Jackass.”) His most memorable work has been as a director of exuberant, sometimes wild, music videos: he’s filmed the Beastie Boys, the Breeders, Björk, Elastica, the Notorious B. G., the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, (who did the soundtrack for his movies “Where the Wild Things Are”), Arcade Fire (who did the soundtrack for “Her”), and many others.
(He’s directed more than fifty music videos in total; his were some of the last to matter.) The best of these are euphoric in their silliness—original, and physical, like the parodic interpretive dance he directed and starred in, with his troupe Torrance, for Fatboy Slim’s “Praise You.” His other mode is plaintive, even maudlin—the kind of thing that features kids and fireworks.
Theodore asks for her name and in two tenths of a second she analyzes a baby-name book, and christens herself Samantha.
(They’ve been separated for a year, but he can’t bring himself to sign the divorce papers.) Then again, Samantha has access to his hard drive, so she already knows everything about him.