Showing All "Zooey Deschanel" Posts

That post-Post-War LP we're all waiting for? It's officially yours for the listening over at npr.org, where the Mike Mogis-produced Hold Time's linked up as a track-by-track stream. Therein you shall…   Read Story »
According to US/People/Sufjan Beat, Death Cab For Cutie's frontman proposed to the She half of She & Him before Christmas and she said yes man (sorry). We're happy for them (sort of!), but look…   Read Story »
After hours of internet research, we can claim with certainty that this 1998 video for the Offspring's "She's Got Issues" was Zooey Deschanel's first gig in motion picture. You love her, so this…   Read Story »
Didn't get enough of Gummy Award winning actress Zooey Deschanel's fake synth pop project from the forthcoming major motion picture Yes Man? That is sad, but also, fine -- now you can watch Zooey…   Read Story »
Jim Carrey's upcoming remake of Liar, Liar fresh new film Yes Man has already earned itself some Gummy Indie Crush cred in casting Zooey Deschanel (aka one-half of the outfit behind Paste's favorite…   Read Story »
The new Jim Carrey and Zooey Deschanel film Yes Man features nine Eels songs, including the new track "Man Up," which is currently streaming at MySpace. On top of Eels -- E's other tracks are all…   Read Story »
It's another one of those MySpace Artist On Artist things, and better than the last we saw, although it's got more of a "tell me a story, grandpa" sorta vibe. The two cover important topics like the…   Read Story »
Tonight Barack Obama cements his nomination as the Democratic nominee for President of the United States of America while Radiohead cement their position as a band that really likes to do webcasts.…   Read Story »
While we were sweating it out in Grant Park for Lollapalooza this past weekend, friend of the 'Gum and occasional photo contributor Jon Bahr was toughing it out up in Newport, Rhode Island for this…   Read Story »
Last week Matt Ward and Zooey Deschanel made their way to Toronto to play a free show for an MTV Canada audience. There are no cartoon ghosts (or LL Cool Js) in their performance of some Volume One…   Read Story »