John Krasinski

John Krasinski is ‘Jack Ryan’ in Amazon’s New Tom Clancy Series

by Kevin Fitzpatrick April 29, 2016 @ 7:47 PM
Former Office star John Krasinski has been skewing closer to action hero than TV desk jockey in recent years, and the next mission will offer a merry mix of both. Krasinski will return to TV (ish), taking the title role of Amazon’s new Tom Clancy CIA drama Jack Ryan.

10 Facts Faxed From ‘The Office,’ Approved By Michael Scott

by Kevin Fitzpatrick December 9, 2015 @ 1:10 PM
NBC’s The Office borrowed plenty from its British predecessor did you know the writers revamped the series in Season 2 to make it more optimistic? Or that everyone from Paul Giamatti to Patton Oswalt had a shot at Dunder Mifflin? Grab a beet and stock up on paper, as the 35th episode of ‘You Think You Know TV?’ mugs for the camera with some collated facts from The Office.

Michael Bay Does Benghazi in the Red-Band ‘13 Hours’ Trailer

by Charles Bramesco November 4, 2015 @ 8:31 AM
A second, red-band trailer for 13 Hours has been unveiled and it trades the first spot’s slow-burning tension for scorching violence, an all-out assault coming from mysterious enemies. Both trailers are united by Bay’s distinctive visual aesthetic, which can only be described as “what if real life was a first-person shooter video game”.

‘13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi’ Trailer: The Situation Is Critical in Michael Bay’s Latest

by Britt Hayes July 28, 2015 @ 6:54 PM
Michael Bay sure did hustle on the production of his latest film — casting on 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi was first announced back in January, and today brings the first trailer for Bay’s action-packed latest, which looks to offer a bit of a change of pace for the director, who’s spent his recent years focusing on big muscles and bigger robots.

‘13 Hours’ Enlists John Krasinski to Join the Navy in Michael Bay’s Benghazi Film

by Britt Hayes January 14, 2015 @ 5:53 PM
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Not long ago, it was reported that Michael Bay’s next directorial effort would be something a little more serious, and something which will probably feature fewer robots: ‘13 Hours,’ a Benghazi-based action drama. The first actor to sign up for what’s been affectionately called “Bayghazi” is John Krasinski, the former star of NBC’s ‘The Office.’ Presumably he’ll do more than shrug at Michael Bay’s camera.

Emily Blunt and John Krasinski Up The Stakes in Their Prank War With Jimmy Kimmel

by Kate Erbland December 16, 2014 @ 8:45 AM
"What did John Krasinski do to me?!" Fun fact: Jimmy Kimmel and his wife live across the street from John Krasinski and Emily Blunt, which sounds lovely and fun and extraordinarily Hollywood. The Kimmels and the Krasinskis are pals! Really good ones, actually, like the kind that play pranks on each other.

'Arrested Development' Season 4: 'The Office's' John Krasinski to Guest!

by Kevin Fitzpatrick April 29, 2013 @ 5:30 PM
NBC's beloved long-running comedy 'The Office' may take its final bow on May 16, but series star John Krasinski is already bouncing back with his first post-Dunder-Mifflin gig. A mere 10 days after 'The Office' series finale, Krasinski will appear in one of the 15 new 'Arrested Development' episodes premiering on Netflix! So just who has the former Jim Halpert signed on to portray this time? Find out inside!

'Monsters University' Voice Cast Includes John Krasinski, Nathan Fillion and More

by Jacob Hall April 16, 2013 @ 10:43 AM
Although 'Monsters University' reunites much of the original cast of 'Monsters, Inc.,' plenty of new voices have been added to the mix, making this one of the most star-studded Pixar movie to date. Heck, it's DreamWorks-esque how many big names are associated with this movie. The voice actors involved have been slowly revealed over the past few months, but a few more were announced today, including John Krasinski and Nathan Fillion.

'Promised Land' Review

by Jordan Hoffman December 5, 2012 @ 11:20 AM
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“I'm not a bad guy.” Matt Damon's character Steve Butler says this enough times in Gus Van Sant's new film 'Promised Land' that he probably believes it. He also says it enough for us in the audience to know that, whether knowingly or not, he's clearly the bad guy.
He is a representative of a natural gas company, one about to get a big promotion, because he seems to have the knack for getting cash-strapped rural landowners to sign over drilling rights. He claims it is because he's from a small town himself and understands what economic hardships can do to a person. We'll soon learn that it also due to his remarkable ability to see only what he wants to see.