The Office Shocker: NBC Gives Dwight Schrute His Own Spin-Off Show

So that's why he didn't replace Michael Scott. It is being reported that NBC is developing an Office spin-off around the character of Dwight Schrute (Rainn Wilson). The show is scheduled to launch next year. The spin-off would be introduced »»

Brendan Campbell's Top Ten Films of 2011

Brendan Campbell takes a break from saying "eh" at the end of each sentence to give us his top ten films of 2011. »»

DVD Review: Super

James Gunn got his start in the film world working at Troma films. Knowing that makes a lot more sense watching Super, but it may not make you enjoy it more. »»

Blu-ray Review: Super

Let’s get the most obvious comparison out of the way first: Super is not a low-budget Kick-Ass. »»

Rainn Wilson Tells Crime To Shut Up In Super Trailer

The Office star wields a mighty wrench as he puts the beat down on criminals with his teenage sidekick played by Ellen Page. »»

James Gunn's New Movie Gets A Super Poster

Superhero comedy stars Rainn Wilson as a crime-fighter out to avenge a broken heart. »»

Queued Up: Comic Book Movie Edition – The Specials

The Specials isn’t a story about heroes punching bad guys — it’s a story of heroes negotiating contracts for their action figure line. »»

James Gunn's Super Gets Foolish Release Date

IFC Films to release the dark superhero comedy next spring. »»

James Gunn Sells Super To IFC Films

Rainn Wilson stars as a costume vigilante who fights crime with a wrench. »»

Wheelmen - DVD Review

The character [Rainn Wilson] plays here screams Dwight Schrute long before Schrute existed. »»

The Rocker: Born To Rock Special Edition - Blu-ray Review

Just because someone gets a few laughs in a couple supporting roles, it doesn't mean they deserve their own vehicle to drive down Comedy Lane. Well, Rainn Wilson just grabbed a hold of the steering wheel and crashed the bus right into the Tried Too Hard dead end. »»

The Rocker - DVD Review

Unlike Neal Peart, who sweats awesomeness, The Rocker is a fairly standard, mediocre comedy. It has a few moments, but not enough to make it memorable. »»

The Rocker Drumming Onto DVD And Blu-ray January 27

Time to rock out with your er...surround sound turned up loud! »»

First Look: Monsters vs. Aliens trailer

Those who grew up watching creature features like Attack of the 50-Foot Woman and The Blob are sure to get a kick out of the new DreamWorks Animation movie Monsters vs. Aliens. Popcorn Junkies has got an early look at the trailer that will be attached to prints of Madagascar 2, which arrives Friday, November 7, 2008. »»

The Office: Season Four - DVD Review

The 2007/2008 TV season for all "scripted" television shows can be summed up by one word: strike. Every scripted show was affected by the writers' strike at the end of 2007. Most shows lost somewhere around 10 episodes during this season. In addition, there was a LONG four-month break right in the middle of the season, which adversely hurt the momentum that any show was looking to carry over from episode to episode, especially new comedies or dramas. So it's interesting to watch all of these shortened seasons of TV shows that are just now coming to DVD. Some shows weren't affected that much by the strike, but there are others that were hurt a lot. Which category would the fourth season of arguably the best comedy on TV today, The Office, fall under? »»

The Rocker - Review

A look at what Pete Best’s life might’ve been like if it had included a feel-good underdog story in it »»

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