Happy 48th birthday to Rainn Wilson! Most of us know Rainn for his iconic role as Dwight Schrute on The Office. I don’t think I’m surprising anyone who watched the show when I say Dwight was pretty creepy. But as unsettling as he could be, we still loved him. More
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They didn’t screw it up! Things were brought full circle! More
The Office is the best show on TV that everyone stopped watching between two to five years ago depending on their determination. I’m sure there’s a lot of you out there that haven’t watched for quite some time but who want to tune in tomorrow out of curiosity. In order to catch you up on some things, I’ve put together this handy guide to what the major characters have been up to since the end of season seven. More
I’m one of those people who is still watching The Office while simultaneously complaining that the show’s quality has declined. The show has lost its must-see quality for me, so I watch it out of a sense of loyalty and habit. But just because I don’t obsess over the series like I used to doesn’t mean it doesn’t still hold a special place in my heart, and it doesn’t mean I won’t be sad to say goodbye to those characters. More
Yesterday Rainn posted a photograph of the sign-in sheet for the first day of casting on The Office. It’s dated November 6, 2003, and it reveals that quite a few now-beloved actors auditioned for the show. More
There’s nothing more disappointing than when a funny person crosses the line and says something offensive. Or in the case of Rainn Wilson, tweets something offensive. More
Even though the future of The Office is uncertain now that Michael Scott has taken his leave and run off to Colorado with Holly, NBC is still betting on the remaining characters being able to hold the show together. Their faith in one character, in particular, is so strong they’re even in the process of developing a spin-off for him. Do you want to wager a bet as to which Dunder Mifflin employee just might have the necessary charisma to carry their own show? More
The Office star turns forty-six today, and to celebrate we offer you a sampling of the 140 character bits of wisdom he doles out @RainnWilson. While some celebrities stick to tweeting career news, personal news, or even just weird love notes, Rainn Wilson likes to touch on a little bit of everything for the enlightenment of his over two million followers. More
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Earlier today Rainn Wilson asked his fans to offer up their #WorseCaseScenario in 140 characters or less. For reference, his was having aliens who look like Ann Coulter eat chunks of his penis to survive. (Wow!) It’s a growing hashtag, but our favorite so far comes from Dave Tripper, a Chicago-area radio host who just delivered a zinger to two big reality stars. More
Go on Tumblr during last night’s Emmy Awards, and you’d see the site aflame with tearful and furious posts from Steve Carell‘s fans: He lost to Jim Parsons for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, and since this was Steve’s last year on The Office, that means he’ll go home having never won an Emmy for his work as Michael Scott. (This was his sixth nomination in the same category.) More
Always plotting, that Dwight Schrute. More
The last two movies I’ve seen Liv Tyler in, she’s been the central female character, and a weak one at that: A former drug addict who’s been rescued by a sweet man but finds herself easily falling under the control of a controlling yet seductive jerk thanks to her docile personality. That counts for both Super and The Ledge. (And That Thing You Do! and Armageddon, now that we think about it.) Obviously there’s a formula Tyler’s got in her head. But why would she want to follow it — in both films, her character is meek and lost, hardly speaking above a murmur and terrified of the man who holds her in check.