It’s about Spike Jonze, freshly divorced, dating a much younger woman, Karen O, as she becomes a world famous rock star.People are usually very disappointed when they meet me,” Karen O claims with a laugh, before delicately biting down on a beef slider.“It comes as a shock that the me they see up there on stage is not the me that they get all the time.” For the past 14 years, Karen O – real name Orzolek – has fronted the art rock band the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and become famed for her high-energy, often seemingly unhinged stage persona, a howling, growling, shoe-banging dervish, smeared in mascara and clad in an array of outlandishly theatrical costumes. In addition to her full-length solo debut, O was also nominated for her first Academy Award earlier this year, for her song "The Moon Song" from the Spike Jonze film has nothing to do with their hiatus or her solo endeavors. The time needs to be right and we're OK waiting for that, I think." When the band does eventually reunite, however, O imagines that they'll pick up right where they left off, saying that "it'll be like muscle memory, this unspoken thing between the three of us where it all just...locks in." In the time since the last Yeah Yeah Yeahs album, Karen O released her first solo album a lo-fi collection of original love songs that came out back in September.He decides to purchase the new OS1, which is advertised as the world's first artificially intelligent operating system, "It's not just an operating system, it's a consciousness," the ad states.Theodore quickly finds himself drawn in with Samantha, the voice behind his OS1."It's a pretty dangerous hole to fall down, reading your own reviews," she says, "so it's not something I personally do.All you can is try to make albums that you can stand by and be proud of, that are a snapshot of where you were at the time.
So here’s where we get to “La Brea34’s” Reddit theory about “Her,” which they describe as “a movie about how a relationship could evolve beyond a romantic relationship, but still have love and collaboration.” Let’s allow the writer to explain further in their own words.Karen O and Spike Jonze split in 2005, but still collaborate frequently.This past year Karen O provided the soundtrack for Jonze’ critically acclaimed “Where The Wild Things Are”.Jonze was married to fellow director Sofia Coppola from 1999 to 2003, and Coppola clearly based Giovanni Ribisi‘s character in “Lost in Translation” on her perception of Jonze, which may explain where he got the idea.After Jonze and Coppola divorced in 2003, he began dating Karen O, who was nine years his junior and just beginning to take off with her band, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs.At the time of “Y Control” Jonze was best known for being one of the co-creators of MTV’s Jackass, directing Being John Malkovich and also Adaption.Not to mention he had been directing music videos for almost 10 years, having taken on Weezer’s “Buddy Holly” and Beastie Boys “Sabotage”." the rocker (real name: Karen Lee Orzolek) told Us at Wednesday's launch bash for Rocked: An Exclusive Photography Exhibition by Mick Rock at the W Hotel Downtown in NYC.PHOTOS: Biggest engagements of 2011 The "Maps" singer, 33, sweetly thanked Clay in the program notes for Stop the Virgens, a rock opera she co-created that was performed earlier this fall at St.After a stint in a mental institution, former teacher Pat Solitano moves back in with his parents and tries to reconcile with his ex-wife.Things get more challenging when Pat meets Tiffany, a mysterious girl with problems of her own.