The 2,279-square-foot condo actually combined a one-bedroom unit and a two-bedroom one, so it was definitely roomy enough for Jonze, his sister, and his mother to all comfortably have some family dinners, bonding, and the like.
Of course, Jonze (real name: Adam Spiegel) also owns an apartment on the Lower East Side at the Forward Building, where we think it’s safe to say he spent more of his time in the city.
(Photo by Mike Coppola/Getty Images) Is Scarlett Johansson‘s A. character in Spike Jonze‘s Oscar-winning drama “Her” based on the director’s ex-girlfriend, Yeah Yeah Yeahs singer Karen O?
That’s one intriguing fan theory proposed on Reddit that is gaining traction among the site’s community of film fans.
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.
Now, thanks to Twitter, you can watch them talk and flirt and friendzone each other and do whatever the hell it is they're doing.
They're both kind of perfect on Twitter, you should definitely follow them anyway; Juliana is charming and funny, Evan is weird and spacey, just the way you'd hope they'd be.
He was a co-creator and executive producer of MTV's Jackass.
He is currently the creative director of Vice Media, Inc..
He is part owner of skateboard company Girl Skateboards with riders Rick Howard and Mike Carroll.
He co-founded Directors Label, with filmmakers Chris Cunningham and Michel Gondry, and the Palm Pictures company.
He and his sister, Julia Spiegel Lunn, bought a .35 million condo that was reportedly a present for their mother, Sandy Granzow.