Steve Carell might be returning to The Office for the series’ highly anticipated finale next Thursday. Carell famously played Michael Scott (a.k.a. World’s Best Boss) for the show’s first seven seasons.
The Office series finale is fast approaching and news has been steadily leaking about how things will wrap up for the colleagues at Dunder Mifflin. As many sitcoms have done before, the series finale will include a reunion of sorts.
The making of The Giant Mechanical Man brought together big-name talents Topher Grace, 34, Malin Akerman, 34, Rich Sommer, 34, Jenna Fischer, 38, and Chris Messina, 38, for what the actors describe as an indie extravaganza.
David Denman is the star of Traffic Light, the new FOX series that follows Glee and Raising Hope, and Denman's character, Mike Reilly, puts a male spin on the rom-com. Denman was born in Newport Beach, Calif.
You know her as the beloved Pam Beesly on NBC’s The Office, but now Emmy nominee Jenna Fisher is starring opposite Six Feet Under's Chris Messina in The Giant Mechanical Man, playing at the Tribeca Film Festival.
After nine seasons, the mockumentary-style comedy The Office — once merely a fledgling, farfetched American remake of a British sleeper hit and now a verified mainstay of Thursday night television on NBC — will be finishing out its run at the end of the upcoming season in 2013.
In something of a reactionary response to the colorfully quirky ode to the indelible midwestern misfit that has so saturated the American festival scene in the last decade, a new trend has emerged: the drably quirky ode to the indelible city-dwelling misfit.
What would happen if a wife let her husband do whatever he wanted for a week with no repercussions? Well, that’s the very thing the Farrelly brothers explore in their newest outing Hall Pass, starring Owen Wilson and Jason Sudeikis.