In spite of all the conflicting reports, we know in our heart of hearts that 'The Office' would never dream of concluding its nine-season run on May 16 without somehow including Steve Carell's Michael Scott, without whom the series would never have thrived. The latest report almost definitely confirms that Carell will pop up in the coming finale, though official sources continually deny. Get the real truth about Michael Scott's return inside!
Well, here we go again. Just over two weeks from 'The Office's May 16 series finale, and once again the rumor mill has churned out a new denial of Steve Carell's appearance in the long-running NBC comedy swan song. Showrunner Greg Daniels says Michael Scott definitively won't return, but what can we learn from the first photos of 'The Office' series finale?
We're just over half a month to 'The Office's' May 16 series finale and opinion continues to run the gamut on whether or not Steve Carell will reprise the character of Michael Scott one last time before the end. The earlier description we read certainly left the door open for an appearance from Carell, but now co-star Craig Robinson has gone on record claiming the actor won't take any part. Who should we believe? Check out the latest from 'The Office' series finale inside!
In just a few short weeks 'The Office' will close its doors forever with the May 16 series finale episode "Finale." Only three episodes remain before Dunder Mifflin's ultimate end, and up to now NBC has played the details close to the chest, but no longer! Learn what faces new and old will be back to bid a fond farewell to 'The Office,' and what surprising new details will make the finale an affair to remember!
Even as NBC, 'The Office' producers and Steve Carell himself insisted time and time again that Michael Scott would have no appearance in 'The Office's May 16 series finale, color us "shocked" to hear that the former Dunder-Mifflin head might make an appearance after all. NBC isn't confirming either way, but find out how likely a final appearance from Steve Carell's Michael Scott is for 'The Office' series finale inside!
'The Way, Way Back' premiered at Sundance and will be released by Fox Searchlight later this year. That's been a winning proposition for many films, including 'Juno,' '(500) Days of Summer' and 'Little Miss Sunshine,' which this most resembled. Or maybe it comes across that way because both star Steve Carell. Now there's a trailer for the film.
Say you've decided to splice together the DNA of two people to create the ultimate being a la Mr. Sinister in 'X-Men.' Now say you've chosen Ryan Gosling and Steve Carell as your two subjects. Would you expect the resultant person to be equal parts handsome and funny? Well, that's kind of what you get. (See the photo evidence above.)
The new 'Despicable Me 2' trailer is here and it's here to remind us that even with all the Iron Men and Supermen in theaters this summer, 'Despicable Me 2' is one film you shouldn't discount when it comes to what could be the biggest movies of 2013. Yup, the kiddies are gonna love this one (oh, okay, we admit we think we're gonna love it too...).
Off the Las Vegas strip, down a desert highway and across from various fast food restaurants and liquor stores sits a rather nondescript office building. Inside could be a doctor's office or an accounting group. You might not know anything remotely exciting or mysterious was hidden behind those walls were it not for the sign out front that reads "COPPERFIELD" in gold letters.
This is where the magic happens.
This is where the magic happens.
It's a little weird that a movie about the dangers of doing something so long that it becomes rote and stale is, at times, incredibly rote and stale. Write what you know, I guess; 'The Incredible Burt Wonderstone' has a couple big laughs, a few small laughs, and a whole lot of going through the Hollywood mainstream comedy motions. As a movie, it's a mess; in select moments, it's occasionally hilarious. It's probably best appreciated as a playlist of highlight clips on YouTube.