Artist to Watch) who somehow enlisted Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne for her debut album’s first single, “U Don’t Know.” Now, in the song’s exclusive music video, she acts alongside Christopher Mintz-Plasse — known best as Mc Lovin in — in a fast-paced thriller of a concept.
Sadly, he steered clear of dropping F-bombs on Conan's new set, but that doesn't mean he was any less of a delight. We checked all the wire services and paparazzi agencies for clues, but came up empty (we temporarily thought it might be Zoë Kravitz, but she's only 20).
Assuming for the moment that this European hottie of Mc Lovin's is not of the imaginary variety, he has done an extraordinary job of keeping his new flame under wraps.
A Superbad fan was seen holding up a sign featuring the cult character Mc Lovin at the Electric Forest festival in Grant Township, Michigan, unaware that the man who played him was standing right next to him The 28-year-old, sporting a red bandanna and a pair of shades, was filmed going up to the festival-goer and dancing right next to him, without the unnamed fan noticing.
He then starts chatting to the festival-goer, with the man still not realising that he has come face to face with his hero.
Upon release, the film earned critical and commercial success, with many critics citing Mintz-Plasse's performance as a highlight; he received a nomination for the MTV Movie Award for Best Breakthrough Performance.
In 2008, Mintz-Plasse next appeared with Paul Rudd and Seann William Scott in David Wain's film Role Models as Augie Farques, a nerdy teenager obsessed with medieval live-action role-playing games.
“I am really proud of this video,” Wonderland said via email.
“It’s crazy to see a concept I had in my mind come to life, [and I’m] also stoked I got to act alongside a friend.” Watch “U Don’t Know” above and stay tuned for the producer’s full-length, , on April 7.
Mintz-Plasse originally auditioned for the role of Kick-Ass, but when the producers believed that his acting was too loud and obnoxious they immediately gave him the role of Red Mist instead.
Actors can look very different in real life compared to on screen - as one man discovered to his shock.
And there are some people who are just really sweet and appreciate my movies.