Rashida Jones is somewhat new to Twitter, but with an indie film out in New York and Los Angeles theaters, she's taking full advantage of the social networking platform. In the lead up to the release of "Celeste & Jesse Forever," a new comedy-drama that Jones co-wrote and stars in, the actress has tweeted photos of herself from childhood.
Jones, who turned 36 earlier this year, is best known for her work on the television series "Parks & Recreation." With "Celeste & Jesse Forever," she's hoping to show a different side of her personality.
"I’ve been lucky enough to work a lot in the past couple of years, and the characters I play are very likeable," she told HuffPost. "They’re kind of dependable and logical and, you know, couldn’t do anything bad if they tried. And I wanted to play somebody who was maybe a little bit less likeable, and whose character flaws were standing in her own way, you know? And as a writer, I think it’s always important to have a character who has somewhere to go."
Check out Jones' week of embarrassing tweets below. (Click the links to see her photos, one of which you can spy above.) "Celeste and Jesse Forever" is in theaters now.
At the world premiere of "Little Black Book."
At the Fall 2005 Proenza Schouler Fashion Show benefiting The Rape Foundation.
At the 79th Annual Academy Awards.
At the Glamour Women Of The Year Awards.
Outside the GQ Men Of The Year Party.
Sparkling at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party.
At the Cinema Society screening of "I Love You, Man."
Enjoying the T-Mobile sidekick launch.
At the premiere of "Parks and Recreation."
At the premiere of "Twelfth Night" at Shakespeare In The Park.
At the ESPY Awards.
On the red carpet at the premiere of "Funny People."
Celebrating the debut of Jimmy Choo's collection for H&M.
At the Art of Elysium Gala.
Glamming it up at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party.
Celebrating at the after party for "Monogamy" during the TriBeCa Film Festival.
At the "Parks and Recreation" Emmy screening.
Arriving at Victoria Beckham and Eva Longoria Parker Host A Night of Technology at Soho House in West Hollywood.
At the Alliance For Women In Media's Gracies Awards.
Celebrating the launch of the BlackBerry Torch.
At HBO's post-Emmy reception in Los Angeles.
At Lincoln Center during Fashion Week.
Enjoying the atmosphere at the Michael Kors show.
In the front row at Proenza Schouler.
At the premiere of "The Social Network" during the New York Film Festival.
At the 14th annual Hollywood Awards Gala.
At the GQ 2010 "Men of the Year" party.
At The Trevor Project's annual Trevor Live show.
"Celeste and Jesse Forever"