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‘The Office’ Final Season: Is Steve Carell “Unlikely” to Return?

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While everyone has their own opinion of the direction NBC's 'The Office' has taken in the years without Steve Carell, as the series approaches its final swan song most would agree any finale would feel incomplete without Carell's character Michael Scott returning for one final "that's what she said." So while we move closer to 'The Office's ninth season and series finale, will Steve Carell return? NBC chairman Bob Greenblatt has an answer that might surprise you, so check out the new details inside!

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‘The Incredible Burt Wonderstone’ Trailer: Steve Carell and Jim Carrey Have a Magic Off

The Incredible Burt Wonderstone Trailer
Warner Bros.

Superstar magicians Burt Wonderstone and Anton Marvelton have ruled the Las Vegas strip for years. But facing cutthroat competition from guerilla street magician Steve Gray, even their show looks stale.

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‘Swear to God,’ Justin Theroux is Set to Direct Will Ferrell and Steve Carell

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Justin Theroux has become everone's favorite script doctor for comedies, having lent his talents to 'Tropic Thunder' and the recent Ben Stiller vehicle 'The Watch.' And now he's swooping in to rewrite -- and direct -- 'Swear to God.'

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‘Hope Springs’ Review

'Hope Springs' review

Meryl Streep has done a lot acting-with-a-capital-a lately; big, showy performances with accents and makeup and wigs and uncanny impressions of famous people. 'Hope Springs' proves she can still act-with-a-lower-case-a -- playing a nobody suburban housewife trying to breathe life back into her long-standing but lifeless marriage -- and produce equally big results. She's fantastic, and she seems to bring out the best in everyone around her, like a pitcher working on a no-hitter whose teammates are inspired to rise to the occasion and make outstanding defensive plays.

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Charlie Kaufman’s ‘Frank or Francis’ Not Over Yet, Definitely Postponed

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Good news and bad news for fans of writer Charlie Kaufman -- his musical satirical comedy 'Frank or Francis' hasn't been cancelled, as previously reported by Elizabeth Banks. It's just been postponed, for now.

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Steve Carell Says He’s Not Returning to ‘The Office’

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"Do you really think that people want to see Michael Scott again?" This was the question Steve Carell posed when asked if he'll be making a guest appearance on 'The Office.' And Carell thinks the answer is no.

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Retro Rental: ‘The 40-Year-Old Virgin’

The 40-Year-Old Virgin
Universal Pictures

Steve Carell on His End of the World Plans: “Eating an Enormous Pizza”


Steve Carell is the quintessential sad-clown comic. Oh, he’s fully capable of going for broke in off-the-wall comedies like 'Anchorman' or 'The 40-Year-Old Virgin.' Yet even when Carell plays serious – as he has done in such well-received feature films as 'Crazy, Stupid, Love' or 'Little Miss Sunshine' – audiences find themselves laughing along through their tears.

You might have the same reaction from ‘Seeking a Friend for the End of the World,’ a deeper-than-expected Armageddon comedy that finds two lost souls searching for redemption before an asteroid takes out our planet. We recently posted our one-on-one conversation with Carell’s ‘End of the World’ co-star, Keira Knightley. Now it’s ‘The Office’ star’s turn to open up about his Armageddon menu and the one item he'd preserve in a time capsule if our planet was on the brink.

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Keira Knightley Interview: What Would She Do Before ‘The End Of The World?’


Seeking a Friend for the End of the World’ is like Michael Bay’s ‘Armageddon,’ only played for laughs. It takes place in a not-so-distant future, where an asteroid is destined to obliterate our planet in 21 days. Once that premise is established, the film follows two lonely souls during their final days as they try to resolve what they believe to be their most-important emotional issues.

We were lucky enough to sit down with Keira Knightley to discuss ‘The End of the World’ as she knows it and how it would affect their thinking. She opens up about her value systems, her sense of mortality, and how she thinks she might have failed her friends and family. (Sad face?) Here’s Keira Knightley:

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‘Seeking a Friend for the End of the World’ Review

Seeking a Friend For the End of the World
Focus Features

This is a bold idea: an apocalypse movie on a tiny scale, set not amongst the ragtag group of astronauts trying to save the world from an impending asteroid collision but rather in a New York City apartment building where two lonely people try to make sense of what little existence they have left.

As 'Seeking a Friend for the End of the World' begins, a last ditch effort to blow up an oncoming meteor fails, and the end is officially nigh: in 21 days, the Earth will be destroyed. That's when we meet Dodge (Steve Carell), whose wife takes the news of their certain doom as her cue to bolt from their loveless marriage, and Dodge's neighbor Penny (Keira Knightley), who sleeps a lot, loves vinyl records, and misses her family back in England. But while 'Seeking's' idea may be bold, its execution is weak. There's more humor and poignancy in the occasional news reports from a comfortingly calm television newsman than any of the scenes involving our two leads.

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