Posts with tag "the office"
- Posted May 13th 2011 at 07:55 PM by Tracey Harrington McCoy
Jenna Fischer and husband Lee Kirk are expecting a baby, UsMagazine.com reports. A rep for the 'Office' star confirmed the pregnancy Friday. Fischer was photographed Wednesday night at L.A.'s Red O Restaurant sporting a baby bump. The 37-year-old actress revealed to Redbook earlier this year that babies were at the forefront of her mind after babysitting for her little niece Cecelia. "I alre...
- Posted Apr 24th 2011 at 12:19 PM by Christine Fenno
NBC's hourlong season finale of 'The Office' is looming (May 19) and Michael Scott's job is still up for grabs. Now, EW.com reports that Jim Carrey will join the roster of guest stars playing various candidates who want to follow in Steve Carell's footsteps. In the season finale episode, Carrey will reportedly interview for the Dunder Mifflin gig, even though the series seems to be grooming Wil...
- Posted Mar 31st 2011 at 10:31 PM by Nicki Gostin
Rainn Wilson stars as Frank D'Arbo, aka The Crimson Bolt, in the hilarious movie 'Super,' which opens this Friday. You can of course also see Wilson as the most irritating and odd office worker ever on 'The Office,' going strong in its seventh season. The wonderfully offbeat actor spoke to us, of course, about Steve Carell's last season on the NBC comedy, working with Ellen Page and whether he ...
- Posted Mar 16th 2011 at 12:24 PM by Nicki Gostin
With a little more than a month to go before Steve Carell signs off for good, the cast of 'The Office' is on lockdown. Amy Ryan, who plays Michael Scott's HR-repping girlfriend, has nothing but love for the show but has zilch to reveal about what's going to happen. "I'm not allowed to say. Doesn't that suck?" she tells PopEater. Yes, it does! As we wait to see if Michael and Holly get married and ...
- Posted Feb 15th 2011 at 03:01 PM by Nicki Gostin
Ed Helms is on quite a roll. He's got his day job on 'The Office' as an uptight, rage-suppressing paper salesman. He was part of the smash hit 'The Hangover' (the sequel has finished filming). And now he's starring in 'Cedar Rapids' as a sweet, slightly naïve insurance salesman who learns about life at an Iowa convention. He spoke to PopEater about the new film and how the 'Office' cast can...
- Posted Jan 16th 2011 at 08:43 AM by Christine Fenno
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Steve Carell, a nominee at tonight's Golden Globe Awards (Best Performance by an Actor in a TV Series - Comedy or Musical), has had a long career at 'The Office.' He even won the Globe in 2006 for his work on the series. Still, last year's announcement that he'd be leaving the cast at the end of this season was a jolt. Would paper sales in Scranton -- and Thursday nights on NBC, for that matter...
- Posted Oct 28th 2010 at 04:15 PM by Zach Dionne
In the last few years of comedy, Craig Robinson has stolen more scenes, movies, and TV episodes than we care to count. Since his brilliant cameo in 'Knocked Up,' the 39-year-old Chicago native has carved a reputation reaching far beyond "that Darryl guy from the Dunder-Mifflin warehouse." Still a regular on 'The Office' -- in more scenes than ever after notching his own office alongside the res...
- Posted Aug 13th 2010 at 02:00 PM by AOL TV Editors
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Ricky Gervais announced yesterday that he's bringing 'The Office' to China, proving that day-to-day workplace minutiae and incompetent bosses aren't unique to the Western world. The New York Post reports that the British comedian is expanding his beloved series -- which began as a 14-episode BBC show and spawned a mega-successful American version now in it seventh season, as well as French, Ger...
- Posted Jul 5th 2010 at 03:30 PM by Zach Dionne
Marcus York, who recurs as business park manager Billy Merchant on 'The Office,' doesn't just play a guy in a wheelchair -- it's the life he's lived since a car accident rendered him paraplegic. Which is why he works with SCI Cure, a foundation striving to help those afflicted by spinal cord injury. Their goal? "Accelerate research and get us out of wheelchairs as quickly as possible!" The fast...
- Posted Jul 5th 2010 at 02:00 PM by Dino Sossi
Nothing lasts forever. (Except cellulite.) But when it comes to celluloid, not even the best shows can hang on indefinitely. Steve Carell is leaving 'The Office' after next season, Larry King will switch off the mic this fall and Oprah will step down from her daytime TV throne next year -- so how will these shows (or the holes they leave in their timeslots) fare without their star attraction...
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