Portland’s Blitzen Trapper are in the country at the moment, so we thought we’d show you a little video that came across our desk that the lads put together with friend and fan Rainn Wilson (The Office, Juno).
These are “The Office Values” the Microsoft UK Training videos featuring David Brent (Ricky Gervais) and Stephen Merchant. They are like finding a “lost Beatles record”, a bonus gift to comedy die hards. Watch, enjoy, laugh!
It’s The Office moment all comedy nerds have been waiting for, the moment in which Ricky Gervais’ now legendary character David Brent crosses paths with Steve Carrell’s equally important (in the comedy landscape) Michael Scott.
Hollywood bad-boy and creator/ star of the original UK Office Ricky Gervias revealed that he would be making a brief appearance in the US version in the next few weeks as his alter ego David Brent.
His stand up work is also a strange beast. His cocky arrogance is both strangely appealing, but also utterly irritating.
Martin Freeman, best known as “Tim from The Office” has been confirmed to play Bilbo Baggins in the long awaited prequel to Peter Jackson’s Lord Of The Rings trilogy entitled The Hobbit.
Dinner For Schmucks tells he story of Tim (Paul Rudd), a guy on the verge of having it all. The only thing standing between him and total career success is finding the perfect guest to bring to his boss’ annual Dinner for “Extraordinary People”, an event where the winner of the evening bring the most eccentric character as his guest.
If you love the podcasts, you are going to adore this – don’t believe us – just check out this sneak peak trailer. It’ll make you look at documentaries in a whole new way!
Comedy fans around the world were crushed after Steve Carell announced that he would not be returning to the high rating American version of The Office [Read the Full Story Here] once his contract ran out. It was simply one in a string of TV announcements that also saw 30 Rock high flyer Alec Baldwin [...]
First it was Conan O’Brien being shafted for Leno, then Steve Carell announced he was leaving The Office and now NBC are set to lose their last comedic big-hitters with Alec Baldwin announcing he is done and dusted with 30 Rock.
Carell will be leaving NBC’s The Office in May (US TV Season) and will be saying goodbye to Michael Scott forever after he confirmed on BBC Radio that “he would leave The Office after the coming 2010-2011 season”.
Coming into this film I was a little worried, I’m a big Steve Carell fan and also a huge Tina Fey fan, so when I first heard they were teaming up for Date Night I was excited, but nervous hoping that Night At The Museum Director Shawn Levy wouldn’t screw it up…