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Sony Pictures has released a batch of new images from writers/directors Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg’s apocalypse comedy This Is the End. The film finds Rogen, James Franco, Jonah Hill, Jay Baruchel, Danny McBride, and Craig Robinson all playing versions of themselves as they hole up in Franco’s house when a world-ending event occurs. The trailers, featurettes, and recent clip with Emma Watson all make the comedy look like a lot of fun, and I’m eager to see how Rogen and Goldberg fare in their directorial debut. Hit the jump to check out the high-resolution images. The film also stars Jason Segel, Michael Cera, David Krumholtz, Paul Rudd, Martin Starr, Mindy Kaling, Kevin Hart, Aziz Ansari, and Rihanna. This Is the End opens on June 14, 2013. Click on any image to enlarge. [gallery link="file" order="Desc" columns="1"] Here’s the official synopsis for This Is the End: The comedy This Is The End »
- Adam Chitwood
The 35-year-old actor/director/writer/student/professor/artist/drag-queen impersonator took to a wall near Bedford Avenue and Grand Street in Brooklyn's art-friendly Williamsburg neighborhood. There he threw up a colorful but rather crude portrait of himself, Seth Rogen, Jay Baruchel, Jonah Hill, Danny McBride and Craig Robinson.
The title of the mural is, naturally, "This Is the End." Gawker reports that Franco was working with Sky High Murals, which is responsible for many large-scale advertising murals seen around New York and other cities.
This marks another avenue of promoting the apocalyptic comedy, due in theaters June 12. Directed by Evan Goldberg ("Superbad," "Pineapple Express") and Rogen, "This Is the End" features select members of the Judd Apatow clan portraying fictional versions of themselves following a global apocalypse. »
- Matthew Jacobs
Deaths and proposals and babies, oh my! Finale season is officially on, people, and your favorite shows are not playing around this year! This past week alone saw The Office close Dunder Mifflin's doors for the last time, a fan-favorite character die on The Vampire Diaries and New Girl's Nick and Jess finally made a decision on their future! Plus, Grey's Anatomy welcomed a baby, while Revenge killed off a character who has been with the show since the beginning. Phew, we're exhausted. To help you keep track of all the finales, here's a quick rundown of the madness: The Office: The NBC sitcom's series finale saw the return of fan-favorites Steve Carell, Mindy Kaling and B.J. Novak. »
The series finale of ‘The Office’ aired on May 16 and the cast took to Twitter during and after the episode to share their emotional thoughts!
It’s over and it’s sad! The Office came to an end and the cast is coming to terms with the end to a nine season run. It was awesome seeing Steve Carell come back on the show and stars from the show gave their fans one last thought.
‘The Office’ Tweets Their Goodbyes’
It was sad to see it all just stop but all good things must come to an end. Here’s what the stars of the show thought about the finale and the loyal fans.
John Krasinski: “So this is it. There’s truly nothing I can say to tell you all how much your love and support of this show has meant. Thank you … thank you!”
Steve Carell: “Thank You Scranton. »
- Chloe Melas
Mindy Kaling showed up on The Office series finale last night and stopped by Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, but there was a different TV show altogether that was on her mind: Game of Thrones. Apparently Mindy is a pret-ty big fan of Jaime Lannister and gushed to Jimmy about her huge crush on the character. The best part is that Jimmy was able to pass on the result to Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, who plays Jaime on the show, and the result is pretty priceless. Watch the video when you read more. »
- Becky Kirsch
Rewind time from NBC as Mindy Kaling and Tim McGraw chewed the fat on Late Night last night. Late Night Facebook: www.Facebook.com/latenightwithjimmyfallon Twitter: www.Twitter.com/LateNightJimmy, #LateNight Google+: https://plus.google.com/+LateNightJimmy Instagram: http://instagram.com/latenightjimmy Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/latenightjimmy/ Tumblr: http://latenightjimmy.tumblr.com/ Mindy Kaling Is Aware of Her Surroundings Mindy, a giant "Game of Thrones" fan, thanks Jimmy for putting her on Nikolaj Coster-Waldau's radar, and she explains why she's always aware of her surroundings when being photographed. Rom Com Generator with Mindy Kaling Mindy and Jimmy assign themselves character plot lines and must explain the romantic comedy films their characters appear in. Tim McGraw Doesn't Slow Down Tim catches Jimmy up on his family and the two talk about Tim performing with »
- April Neale
"The Office" ended its eight-year run on Thursday night, in a cute finale that saw the wedding of a fan favorite couple, the return of Michael Scott and a perfect sendoff for the rest of the Dunder Mifflin crew.So, how'd it all end? See our favorite moments from the series finale below. 1.) Michael Scott is back! Steve Carell returned for the show's final episode, staying to the sidelines but still packing an emotional punch. The former Dunder Mifflin boss returned for Dwight Schrute's wedding -- popping up to help Jim Halpert (John Krasinski) with the "Best Prank Ever."It was sweet to see him interact with his former coworkers. And while Holly (Amy Ryan) didn't come with him, we learned the couple now have a couple kids of their own and Michael's a very proud papa -- so proud he needs two phones because he's taken so many photos of them. »
- tooFab Staff
After making her return for "The Office" finale, Mindy Kaling was on "Late Night." There, she talked about how much she loves the HBO series "Game of Thrones." Somehow, though, as fans of her show "The Mindy Project" know, Kaling manages to turn everything into a romantic comedy. In this case, she worked her rom-com magic on an amputation.
"On my show, all the writers -- everyone loves it," she said. "This season, this gorgeous guy, Jamie Lannister, lost his hand. And I actually thought that made him hotter -- I felt now he’s imperfect and I might have a chance with him.”
When Fallon had Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, who plays Jaimie Lannister, on "Late Night," Fallon had him hold up a picture of Kaling. Fallon then Tweeted the pic to Kaling, who said that it made her day. In the picture, though, he clearly had two hands. Does that »
- Jason Hughes
New York — That's a wrap!
Dunder Mifflin Paper Co. lives on, but "The Office" has closed shop.
The NBC workplace comedy, set at the fictional company's Scranton, Pa., branch, aired its finale Thursday to end an eight-year run.
As expected, office manager Dwight wed tempestuous co-worker Angela, with whom he previously shared a secret affair. He had abruptly proposed to her on last week's episode.
And as a welcome surprise, former manager Michael Scott was back to serve as Dwight's best man.
It was an answered prayer not only for Dwight (who greeted him with a choked-up "I can't believe you came"), but also for viewers who were hoping that Michael might make a surprise visit in the person of Steve Carell. NBC had stayed mum on whether Carell, the star of "The Office" until his departure two seasons ago, would be in the finale or not.
"I feel like »
Episodes: 201 (half-hour)
TV show dates: March 24, 2005 -- May 16, 2013
Series status: Ending
Performers include: Steve Carell, Jenna Fischer, Rainn Wilson, John Krasinski, B.J. Novak, Leslie David Baker, Brian Baumgartner, Angela Kinsey, Phyllis Smith, Kate Flannery, Mindy Kaling, Creed Bratton, Paul Lieberstein, Oscar Nunez, Ed Helms, Melora Hardin, Craig Robinson, David Denman, Rashida Jones, Andy Buckley, Robert R. Shafer, Charles Estan, and Hugh Dane.
TV show description:
Based on a British series of the same name, this sitcom revolves around a group employees of the Dunder-Mifflin box company. Their day-to-day activities are being recorded for a documentary film.
The staff is made up of socially-awkward regional manager Michael Scott (Steve Carell); gullible, know-it-all assistant regional manager Dwight Schrute (Rainn Wilson); intelligent prankster sales representative Jim »
Last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Connie Britton shared her thoughts on how Nashville (spoiler alert!) could have better destroyed its sex tape. The garbage disposal "is not as good as a wood chipper." Now the chipper is "always a no-fail sort of a thing." Plus: Chris Pine, with the help of Kimmel's sidekick Guillermo, dubbed over a Star Trek Into Darkness clip into Spanish. Translated back into English, Kirk tells Uhura: "It's just that sometimes I want to rip the bangs off of [Spock's] head." Also, Pine's co-star Zachary Quinto is scheming up a "pon farr," the Vulcan mating ritual, for the third film; and Mindy Kaling is channeling Misery in her love for the handless Jaime in Game of Thrones. Watch our compilation to see what you missed. »
- Caroline Shin
Spoiler Alert: If “The Office” finale is still waiting on your DVR, read no further.
“There’s a lot of beauty in ordinary things.”
That rather poetic observation came from Pam (Jenna Fischer) in what amounted to the parting thought delivered during “The Office” finale, and in the show’s heyday, that was certainly true. Driven by a touching romance and filled with amusing characters, it was NBC’s best comedy for a long stretch – not only consistently funny, but more human than something like “30 Rock.”
Earlier: Ricky Gervais Revives His ‘Office’ Character on YouTube
Still, the last few seasons pushed the show well past its expiration date – not because there was still a lot of gas in the tank, necessarily, but rather NBC had nothing else to pick up the slack. So “The Office” trudged on, enduring cast defections, desperate subplots and odd flourishes while the audience gradually slipped away. »
- Brian Lowry
Plus, familiar faces — including one that rhymes with Shmichael Shcott — return for one last goodbye!
After eight years and nearly 200 episodes, the doors of Dunder Mifflin closed forever — to the fans, at least — during the May 16 series finale of The Office, and the big ending went down in the most appropriately weird setting I could have ever imagined: Dwight’s (Rainn Wilson) wedding to Angela (Angela Kinsey)!
The nutty nuptials doubled as an excuse to bring back some old faces — including Andy (Ed Helms), whose tearful audition on America’s Next Acapella Sensation had since turned him into a viral sensation.
But no return was more welcome — or highly anticipated — than that of Michael Scott (Steve Carell), who had some super-weird words to say to the camera about Dwight and Angela’s union:
“I feel like all my kids grew up, and then they married each other. It’s every parent’s dream! »
- Andy Swift
A pair of clips for ya tonight. The first one has Emma Watson giving her opinion of what’s happening to the world in a clip from Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen’s “This is the End”. Six friends are trapped in a house after a series of strange and catastrophic events devastate Los Angeles. As the world unravels outside, dwindling supplies and cabin fever threaten to tear apart the friendships inside. Eventually, they are forced to leave the house, facing their fate and the true meaning of friendship and redemption. Starring James Franco, Craig Robinson, Jonah Hill, Seth Rogen, Jay Baruchel, Jason Segel, Michael Cera, Mindy Kaling, Kevin Hart, Martin Starr, Aziz Ansari, Rihanna, Danny McBride, David Krumholtz, Emma Watson, Paul Rudd, and ending it all this June 14, 2013. In a new clip from Louis Letterier’s magic caper “Now You See Me” it’s Mark Ruffalo versus Dave Franco, »
Tonight, after nine seasons on the air, The Office will close up shop. The aptly titled "Finale" signals the end, and now NBC is scrambling for a suitable replacement. Over the years we've written a lot about The Office and talked to nearly every member of the core cast, and in preparation for the show's farewell here's a little walk down memory lane. Aside from our exhaustive TV Club coverage, we've interviewed Steve Carell, Rainn Wilson, Mindy Kaling (twice), Ellie Kemper, John Krasinski, Creed Bratton, Jenna Fischer, Ed Helms (twice), B.J. Novak, Craig Robinson, Rashida »
The paper chase is almost over: Tonight at 9 p.m., NBC will present the 75-minute series finale of The Office that will tie up the nine-season comedic saga of the sad-sack-yet-lovable employees at a paper company. This last episode will pick up several months after the documentary at the center of the show has aired, feature the wedding of Dwight (Rainn Wilson) and Angela (Angela Kinsey), and offer up an assortment of new guest stars (including Joan Cusack, Rachael Harris, Ed Begley, Jr. and Dakota Johnson). Former Office mates Mindy Kaling (a.k.a. Kelly) and B.J. Novak (a.k. »
- Dan Snierson
The first season of The Mindy Project typically airs Tuesday nights at 9:30pm on the Fox network. Aside from Kaling, the sitcom's cast also includes Anna Camp, Chris Messina, Dana DeLorenzo, Ed Weeks, and Zoe Jarman.
Below are the TV show's ratings for the 2012-13 season, the best way to tell if The Mindy Project is going to be cancelled or renewed for season two.
These figures will be updated as the weeks progress so be sure to bookmark and return to this page:
Final season averages: 1.6 rating in the 18-49 demographic with 3.06 million total viewers.
Episode 01-24: Tuesday, 05/14/13 »
Update: After bashing this year's Met Gala immediately following the event, asserting that she didn't enjoy it and had no future plans of attending, Paltrow is now praising the event via a post to her goop page.
In the post, the Iron Man 3 actress writes:
"The Met Ball, at NYC's Metropolitan Museum of Art, is always the year's most elaborate display of incredible fashion and this year was no different. The theme was 'Punk: Chaos to Couture' and when the house of Valentino's Pierpaolo Piccioli and Maria Grazia Chiuri asked me to join them, I was thrilled to see what they would create with my right fashion hand, Elizabeth Saltzman."
Gwyneth Paltrow may have appeared happy as she posed for photos on the red carpet of Monday's Costume Institute Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, but she was apparently quite the opposite.
The 40-year-old actress was quoted by USA Today admitting that she »
The time has come, Dunder Mifflin-ites. The series finale of The Office airs tonight, and we have to say goodbye to the gang in Scranton, Pa. We're barely keeping it together over here. We decided that the best way to celebrate a show that changed television forever was to count down all the reasons why we will always love it. If you've missed the first 75, make sure you go back and check them out! For the rest of you who have been with us all week, enjoy the final 25 reasons: 24. Kelly (Mindy Kaling) teaching us the difference between talking trash and talking smack. 23. Jim's (John Krasinski) confession to Pam (Jenna Fisher) on Casino »
CBS’ fall schedule includes a few big moves, surprisingly. Hawaii Five-0 gets demoted to Friday nights, with two shows taking its place on Monday nights — Intelligence, with Josh Holloway as a “high-tech intelligence operative with a super-computer microchip in his brain” (it also stars Tbl-fave Michael Rady but I don’t know if Rady can get me past that premise). Also Hostages, a limited series about a surgeon (Toni Colette) who is blackmailed into assassinating the President by Dylan McDermott. They’re also adding an hour of comedy on Thursday nights.
According to Deadline, while NBC is debating if it will order a second season of Hannibal it already has a cable network interested in picking it up. I’d be incredibly amused if that network turned out to be TNT. »
- Lyle Masaki
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