In this week's dose of ridiculous we've got some news from those jokers at Lionsgate and promises of progress on long-gestating film projects. Batman tours America in the worst thing to happen to the caped crusader since Joel Schumacher, and 'The Office' just won't die already.
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What do you do when your star has left you and your replacements haven't worked out, and much of your cast is ready to move on? That's the question faced by the makers of the American version of 'The Office,' and their answer - after losing Steve Carell, and facing losing Rainn Wilson and Mindy Kahling - is cinematic. Reboot.
Baby names are often influenced by pop culture, and this year is no exception, with prognosticators saying several movies, television shows and music stars will impact what winds up on birth certificates in 2012.
We don't want to say we told you so, but it looks like at least one more star of 'The Office' is keeping their options open should NBC decide to pull the plug on the aging sitcom. And for the second time today, we're starting to think that might not be such a bad thing.
Abandon show! As if ratings weren't already falling for 'The Office's eighth season, its first after Steve Carell's departure, there's a lot of rumors flying around that suggest the "Dunder Mifflin" crew could look drastically different next year. The latest could be the tear that brings the whole paper industry down.
Following the departure of Steve Carell, James Spader has decided to exit NBC's 'The Office.' After just one season as CEO Robert California, it was announced today that Spader will be moving on.