David Brent Returns In 'The Office Revisited'

Ricky getting back to what Ricky does best. It's not as though anyone would miss him in real life, but in the world of fictional comedy, Ricky Gervais' scathing David Brent is like a god to us people. Ten years after last seeing him on the BBC (I'm not counting the U.S. The Office appearances), David Brent is back, this time at work in the music industry, no doubt serving his own fantasies of becoming a big rock star at his old age. Check out the trailer and say with me, "Welcome back, old friend."

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David Brent Is Back To Battle Racism With 'Equality Street'

Because we all needed this political reggae remind that we should all just get along. It's been a while since anyone has heard from The Office's David Brent but thankfully he and his music career have resurfaced. Here he is teaming with rapper Dom Johnson for the authentic Caribbean-flavored political reggae song, "Equality Street." It really puts prejudice in the crosshairs. "See that Kenyan guy with mental eyes? He might be totally normal, you can't generalize. Black people aren't crazy. Fat people aren't lazy. And dwarves aren't babies. You can't just pick them up."


Carell Meets Gervais On 'The Office,' They Combine Into One Gigantic Bad Boss

In this clip from tonight's episode of "The Office," David Brent meets Michael Scott. Soon after, their now combined universes violent collapse. David Brent will meet Michael Scott on tonight's episode of"The Office," as we see in the clip above. I imagine the very next scene are both the US and British "Office" universes violently merging in the cosmos, then ultimately collapsing in on itself. The last words ever said in their world, in a tiny whisper: "that's what she said." Steve Carell, who did a Ricky Gervais impression when he first started "The Office," is seen here doing impressions with Ricky Gervais. Racist ones, of course. Given Gervais news as of late, we'll no doubt hear reports about the comedian bringing Jenna Fischer to tears and getting into a shouting match with the semi-retarded fat guy. If he sticks around long enough, he can punch temporary new boss Will Ferrell in the face. That'd be pretty badass, actually. (Deadline)


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He's tackling the big issues. Like bread. [post-album postid="218554" item="1"]Season 8 of Curb Your Enthusiasm premieres this Sunday on HBO and here's a little hint of how you can expect Larry David to expose comedians for the societal evils they commit. So beware, those who take up two parking spaces or those who commit the "chat and cut." There's a lone man out there brave enough to stand up for us all. And he's also willing to let Ricky Gervais know that he knows nothing about bread.


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Spike Jonze Interview With BBC Is More Awkward Than A Typical Spike Jonze Interview

He's about as charming and graceful here as his characters are. To know Spike Jonze is to know that he's a guy that delights in awkwardness. His roles in Wolf of Wall Street and Moneyball play up the playful nervousness that he projects. However, things got a little more than playful and a little uncomfortable when he started to grill a BBC interviewer on her thoughts on his film, Her. These things tend to happen pretty frequently, and I really can't blame even a celebrity for getting edgy or weird during their thirtieth interview of a junket, but to watch Spike Jonze move even a little on the offensive is a rare sight. Like seeing a dolphin teach driver's ed.


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The Heroes Have Their Powers Back

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