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Jenna Fischer just cashed in on a pretty sweet real estate sale. According to the Los Angeles Times, The Office star has sold her Studio City pad for a cool $2.015 million, a nice little profit from when she originally purchased the property for $1.83 million back in 2009. Just last year, Fischer also purchased a historical home in Glendale which once belonged to baseball legend Casey Stengel for $1.9 million. Looks like this actress is investing her earnings wisely! As for the Moroccan-style home in Studio City, it features a charming courtyard with a fountain, key elements for a tranquil living space without being too far from the city. The hillside property stretches out over 3, »
Want to own a piece of The Office? Have a couple grand to toss around? Then a piece of the beloved comedy could be yours, forever and ever and no series finale could ever take it away from you! You can reenact your favorite scenes with them! Or just display them! Or buy a $2,026 framed portrait of John Krasinski and Jenna Fischer and hope that someone that comes to your home hasn't seen The Office and you can tell them, "Oh, those are my friends Jim and Pam. They're a riot! Yeah, we're really close." NBC is auctioning off official props and wardrobe pieces from the show on eBay and we rounded up the most noteworthy items for your easy perusal. [Note: All posted prices were at »
Title: The Office – 9th/Final Season Starring: Rainn Wilson, John Krasinski, Jenna Fischer, B. J. Novak, Ed Helms, Creed Bratton, Ellie Kemper, Angela Kinsey, Oscar Nunez, Craig Robinson, Phyllis Smith, Clark Duke Running time: 9 hours & 55 minutes (4 discs), Unrated, Available on DVD Special Features: Audition Tapes; 2 Hours of Deleted Scenes; Finale Table Read; Blooper Reel; Cast Farewells; Behind the Scenes Panel Discussion; Auto-tune Andy Music Video The 9th and final season of The Office has been released on Blu-ray and DVD with several extras including deleted scenes, audition tapes with some now big name celebrities; behind the scenes featurettes, a look into the props department, a [ Read More ]
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It's September, and the fall movie season is upon us! That means we're going to set aside all of those summer frivolities and explosions, turning an eye towards more serious fare instead.
Speaking of serious, the hunt for Oscar starts this week at the Toronto International Film Festival, and the buzz generated by this year's official selections will tell us plenty about where the race is headed. Let's break down the most anticipated films our northern neighbors have to offer.
1. '12 Years a Slave'
Tiff Synopsis: The incredible true story of Solomon Northup, a free black man from upstate New York who was kidnapped and sold into slavery in 1841.
Going for Oscars?: You have to love its chances for a Best Picture nomination, and Chiwetel Ejiofor »
- Laremy Legel
"The Office" closed its doors for good on May 16th, and today the ninth and final season of the NBC workplace mockumentary comes out on DVD and Blu-ray from Universal Studios Home Entertainment. Ed Helms, Rainn Wilson, John Krasinski, Jenna Fischer, Ellie Kemper and Craig Robinson are among the main cast members in the farewell season, with Mindy Kaling and B.J. Novak returning as guest stars alongside Roseanne Barr, Bob Odenkirk and David Koechner. Along with auditions tapes from 2003, the season nine set has over two hours of deleted scenes, one of which Indiewire presents exclusively below. It features Robinson's character, Darryl Philbin, showing off what a pro he is at doing interviews after so many years being filmed by the documentary crew, while Kevin Malone (Brian Baumgartner) is glimpsed indulging in a near-deadly habit.
- Alison Willmore
"The Office" closed its doors for good on May 16th, and today the ninth and final season of the NBC workplace mockumentary comes out on DVD and Blu-ray from Universal Studios Home Entertainment. Ed Helms, Rainn Wilson, John Krasinski, Jenna Fischer, Ellie Kemper and Craig Robinson are among the main cast members in the farewell season, with Mindy Kaling and B.J. Novak returning as guest stars alongside Roseanne Barr, Bob Odenkirk and David Koechner. Along with auditions tapes from 2003, the season nine set has over two hours of deleted scenes, one of which Indiewire presents exclusively below. It features Robinson's character, Darryl Philbin, showing off what a pro he is at doing interviews after so many years being filmed by the documentary crew, while Kevin Malone (Brian Baumgartner) is glimpsed indulging in a near-deadly habit. »
- Alison Willmore
The Office‘s Andy Bernard knows his way around a gay identity crisis. In Season 6 of the now departed NBC comedy, the banjo-tickling salesman questioned his own sexuality after a ridiculous rumor popped up. And now, in the following exclusive deleted scene from The Office‘s Season 9 DVD (out Sept. 3), Andy’s at it again — only this time his confusion is about a famed silver fox.
From the memorable “Roy’s Wedding” episode, this unused moment finds Andy selfishly encouraging his then-love Erin to pursue a career in broadcast journalism. »
- Megan Masters
Brooklyn Decker, Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey have taken Monday up a notch. While many dread the first day of the week, these three celebs showed that it can be eventful, fun and exciting as long as you put together an awesome girls' night. And that's exactly what they did, undoubtedly having more fun than you did last night and therefore making their gathering the place to be on a Monday night. So what went down during this amazing get-together? Surprisingly, the trio's spread was very simple, but provided entertainment, food, alcohol and—here's the interesting part—some fitness! Decker, Fischer and Kinsey munched on cheese plates and sipped on some margaritas while »
Join the Scranton gang for the ninth and final season of the groundbreaking, Primetime Emmy Award-winning hit series, The Office: Season Nine, arriving on Blu-ray and DVD on September 3, 2013 from Universal Studios Home Entertainment.
Andy is back as regional manager, but finds his true calling is in showbiz. Will this finally put Dwight in charge? Jim lands the job of his dreams in Philadelphia, which means big changes for Pam and Darryl. Back at The Office, Erin struggles with matters of the heart, Nellie meddles in everyone's affairs, and Angela discovers that her dream marriage isn't quite what it seems. And then, the documentary that has been following these quirky co-workers for nine seasons finally airs, and nothing will ever be the same.
Some pretty awesome stars originally auditioned for "The Office" -- and now we're seeing some of the hilarious audition tapes!While Steve Carell, John Krasinski, Jenna Fischer and Rainn Wilson all landed roles in the sitcom, the casting process was full of incredible talent.To promote the final season coming to Blu-ray in September, NBC just released a peek into the audition process back in 2003 -- including footage of stars like Seth Rogen, Adam Scott, John Cho, Kathryn Hahn, Eric Stonestreet and "Breaking Bad" star Bob Odenkirk all trying out for parts in the show.Check out the video above to find out which roles they were auditioning for -- and let us know if you think NBC made the right choices below!The Season 9 Blu-ray box set is due out September 3. Read more »
- tooFab Staff
Press reports from that time, and a Facebook post by "Office" star Rainn Wilson from earlier this year, clued us in to some of the people who read for roles on the show. Now, you can actually see some of those auditions.
Readings by Scott and John Cho (Jim), Seth Rogen (Dwight), Odenkirk (Michael), Hahn (Pam) and future "Modern Family" star Eric Stonestreet (Kevin) are part of an extra feature on "The Office" Season 9 Blu-ray and DVD sets. You can get a glimpse of their readings in the clip below.
Scott and Cho give line readings not all that different from those of John Krasinski, who eventually got the part of Jim. It's not hard »
Sundance standout “The Spectacular Now” brought the present moment to Los Angeles July 30, when the cast and crew saddled up to the one-screen Vista Theater in Los Feliz for an intimate screening A24′s coming-of-age film.
On the cramped red carpet Shailene Woodley almost immediately snapped one of her four-inch heels while talking to reporters. After the initial shock and some readjusting, she unburdened her feet.
“Am I the first person to ever do that? Does that mean I get to be barefoot for the rest of the night? This is such good news.”
The star has lately become known for her somewhat granola lifestyle, which co-star Miles Teller reports, couldn’t be avoided on set because of the many kissing scenes.
“Before our first kissing scene, Shailene took these Chinese dirt supplements and shoved them in her mouth,” Teller said. “It’s like a dirt pouch, and it smells like crap. »
- Daniel Doperalski
It looks like Joel and Julia are in for a rocky ride on the upcoming season of "Parenthood."
According to E! Online, David Denman -- who played Pam's (Jenna Fischer) fiance Roy on "The Office" -- will get to know Julia (Erika Christensen) a lot better this season when he steps into the role of Ed, a stay-at-home dad who lands at the same volunteer group as Julia at their kids' school.
But Ed isn't the only Season 5 threat to Joel and Julia's marriage. Earlier this month, TVLine reported that "Lost" actress Sonya Walger was joining the series as Meredith, a "sexy, confident fireball of an architect" working with Joel.
It looks like Lauren Graham's character Sarah will see a love life shakeup as well: Not only is Sarah's Season 4 love interest Hank (Ray Romano) back for more, but "Drop Dead Diva" alum Josh Stamberg will recur on the series as Carl, »
- Leigh Weingus
Last month, as Emmy nomination ballots went out, Sepinwall and I did our annual handicapping. Sepinwall discussed his personal favorites in each of 10 major categories, while I broke down the favorites and leading contenders. On Thursday (July 18) morning, we'll see how right I was and how happy Sepinwall gets to be. I haven't changed any of my formal predictions since last month. These were the first six slides in each gallery, even if I have serious reservations about a few of them -- Jenna Fischer? Hmmm... -- now. Check out the predictions and head to HitFix tomorrow »
- Daniel Fienberg
And here it is, our final category spotlight before Thursday’s Emmy nominations. Here’s how the field shapes up for supporting actress in a comedy.
The ‘Family’ way: In theory, “Modern Family” could step into that void. In addition to two-time defending champ Julie Bowen and three-time nominee Sofia Vergara, younger thesps Sarah Hyland and Ariel Winter have had enough shining moments to validate their nomination platforms. (Speaking of ABC’s Wednesday family daughters, so has Eden Sher of “The Middle.”)
‘Bang’ ‘Bang’ ‘Bang’: More likely to take advantage of the vacancies is the cast of “The Big Bang Theory.” Mayim Bialik was already nominated in 2012 and only had more juicy moments this past season in her pursuit of Sheldon. »
- Jon Weisman
Jenna Fischer and her husband Lee Kirk are relatively new parents (to 22-month-old son, Weston), so it was a luxury to spend a night out in New York City Monday. The pair attended a special screening of Girl Most Likely (starring Kristen Wiig and Annette Bening), hosted by The Cinema Society and Brooks Brothers. Afterwards, the couple headed over - along with much of the cast - to a rooftop party at Hotel Americano. “They were adorable,” says an onlooker. While guests sipped Kim Crawford Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir, “Jenna munched on a beef slider, and Lee stayed close »
If you had merely walked by the front of Gotham’s Landmark Sunshine Cinema, you would’ve been none the wiser. But packed into a stuffy basement, press and celebs shook hands July 15 for a special screening of Lionsgate and Roadside Attraction’s “Girl Most Likely.”
Like sardines taking the 6 train uptown, members of the fourth estate dripped and drooled, clamoring for shots and sound bites in a room that felt hotter than summer itself. Tensions were high: “Everybody needs to move six feet back!” yelled a photog.
“There’s a chair behind me,” said another.
“Well, move it! And, you guys, squeeze in. We need you to squeeze in.”
This last directive was fired off at Matt Dillon and Darren Criss, who were floating on the outskirts of a photo op. But the stars of the pic — we don’t know how they did it — looked flawless (or sweatless, »
- Sean Fitz-Gerald
Written by Pamela Redmond Satran and Linda Rosenkrantz for Nameberry
Although that won’t stop anyone from continuing to make them for the rest of little North West’s life, the obvious problem with the otherwise-attractive name. Which begs the question: Did Kim and Kanye choose the name despite or because of its punniness? We’re betting that Kim resisted choosing a name that was inherently a joke, but Kanye refused to alter course.
North West had surfaced months ago as Kanye’s name of choice but was pooh-poohed as just another absurd rumor. And Kim herself, in a Jay Leno interview in March, declared that North was out of the question -- but added that she did kind of like Easton. She also »
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- Maggie Pehanick
Not every TV series ensemble actor has been as lucky as Bryan Cranston.
Actors can spend years as important cogs in a successful ensemble series, and then find themselves jobless after season upon season of security. For every Cranston, there are hundreds of actors who slip into obscurity or unemployment once their long-running series are over.
“It’s all about doing something that terrifies me a little bit and is completely different from myself,” Paul says. “I’m having so much fun doing this action film, but I think after this »
- Susan Young
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