Michael Cera regrets not finishing Elvis' biography

Jack Black and Michael Cera discuss their new comedy “Year One.” Did the two of them crack up on the set all the time? Plus, when did Jack Black think he went too far with the gross-out comedy?
-What's your last meal?
-I don't know. Something with salsa on top.

-While you were a live, what did you spend the most money on?
-Drugs and coffins.

-What book do you most regret not finishing?
-Normally, I regret not starting books. But I do regret not finishing Elvis' biography -- I liked where it was going.

-What's the wildest thing you ever did?
-I can't remember. That was a long time ago.

-If you could come back and spy on someone who's still alive, who would it be and why?
-Probably Elvis. He's still around, right?

-Name one thing you're glad you'll never have to do again on Earth.
-Brush my teeth. If somebody had told me they were just going to rot away eventually anyway, I could have saved so much time.

-What is your proudest accomplishment?
-Finishing Charles Grodin's autobiography.

-What is your biggest regret?
-Remarrying my wife.

-When were you happiest?
-During the eight months when our divorce was active.

-What are people saying over your coffin?
-"It's too bad we never got a chance to ask him what Jack Black was like to work with."

-Are there any last words you'd like to share with the world?
-It's too hard to live on a planet where you're a monster for not being moved by Susan Boyle's performance".
"The first official picture from SCOTT PILGRIM VS. THE WORLD, directed by Edgar Wright, is out. The film stars Michael Cera, Chris Evans, Brandon Routh, Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Kieran Culkin. The movie is based on the graphic novel by Bryan Lee O’Malley, where Cera’s character has to defeat the seven ex-boyfriends of the girl of his dreams to win her heart. The film is scheduled for release in 2010". Source: www.flix66.com