Trailer for Steve’s Movie “Freeheld”

Posted by Lauren on July 23, 2015 | No Comments

Rashida Jones’ New Series, Angie Tribeca, Debuts on TBS This Fall

Rashida Jones stars as Los Angeles Police Department detective, Angie Tribeca in the new comedy series created by Steve and Nancy Carell.

The show’s ten-episode first season kicks off on cable network, TBS, this fall (date and time TBA).

Angie Tribeca, the show, is a police procedural satire, in the vein of similar productions such as The Naked Gun and the forty-one episode series, Sledge Hammer.

The show revolves around L.A.P.D. detective Angie Tribeca, a veteran of the Really Heinous Crimes Unit.

Series stars and guest stars include: Gary Cole, Lisa Kudrow, Alfred Molina and Hayes MacArthur. James Franco, Adam Scott and Bill Murray are also expected to appear as guests.


Posted by Lauren on July 07, 2015 | No Comments

Steve Carell to Get a Star on Hollywood Walk of Fame

The new inductees, including Steve Carell and Bradley Cooper, were announced at a press conference on Monday.

They will be joined by Birdman star Michael Keaton, Kurt Russell, Kathy Bates, Kevin Hart, David Duchovny, Rob Lowe, Debra Messing and Tracy Morgan, who is still recovering from a fatal car crash last year.

Musicians and rappers LL Cool J, Cyndi Lauper, Adam Levine and Bruno Mars will also unveil stars in 2016.


Posted by Lauren on June 26, 2015 | No Comments

The Office #3.04 – “Grief Counseling” Screen Caps

#3.04 – “Grief Counseling”

Posted by Lauren on April 10, 2015 | No Comments

New Photoshoot Added

Set 055

Posted by Lauren on January 19, 2015 | No Comments

Foxcatcher Production Stills

Production Stills

Posted by Lauren on December 30, 2014 | No Comments

Steve Carell Talks FOXCATCHER, The Positive Critical Response, If He Stayed in Character on Set, What Helped Him Prepare for the Role, and More

Now playing in limited release is one of my favorite films of 2014: director Bennett Miller’s (Moneyball, Capote) Foxcatcher.  With career best performances and phenomenal direction, the film tells the true story of Olympic Wrestling Champion brothers Mark Schultz (Channing Tatum) and Dave Schultz (Mark Ruffalo), and their troubled relationship with eccentric millionaire John du Pont (Steve Carell).  The film also stars Sienna MillerVanessa Redgrave, and Anthony Michael Hall.

At the Los Angeles press day I landed an exclusive interview with Steve Carell.  He talked about the positive critical response, if he really stayed in character on set, how the outtakes of the John du Pont documentary helped him get ready for the role, and a lot more.

Collider:  First of all congratulations on the movie, you’re fantastic, the movie’s awesome, but now let’s get to the most important thing. As someone else from Massachusetts, how many times have you been to the Dunkin’ Donuts in LA?

STEVE CARELL:  Where’s the Dunkin’ Donuts in LA?

On 12th and Wilshire.

CARELL:  Did they just open it?

A few months ago.

CARELL:  Because I saw a Dunkin’ Donuts truck in LA.

Yeah, it was probably doing a delivery. They’re expanding now in LA. There’s a location People Camped out.

CARELL:  Oh, I Looked into it. I looked into a franchise, but they were only selling-

I spoke to you about this! Or John Krasinski, and all these guys were talking about doing it.

CARELL:  Yeah, years ago.  The idea was let’s get a bunch of Boston based guys, we’ll try to open one, and all the proceeds go to charity.


Posted by Lauren on December 30, 2014 | No Comments

New Photoshoot Added

Set 054

Posted by Lauren on December 29, 2014 | No Comments

“Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible” Stills and Posters

Production Stills

Posted by Lauren on December 29, 2014 | No Comments

‘Kindred Spirits’ Stephen Colbert, Steve Carell Share Stories at Fundraiser

Stephen Colbert and Steve Carell swapped stories, quips, compliments and occasionally got serious during a Q&A held Friday in Newark, N.J., held as part of a fundraiser for the state’s upcoming Montclair Film Festival.

Colbert, a Montclair resident, has long been a booster of the event, which is going into its fourth year in April. More than 2,800 people turned on Friday for the benefit at New Jersey Performing Arts Center’s Prudential Hall.

The depth of the friendship between Colbert and Carell was clear from the start. The two came together at a heady time for both of their careers, with Colbert poised to take over CBS’ “The Late Show” from David Letterman next year, while Carell is generating Oscar buzz for his starring role in the Sony Pictures Classics drama “Foxcatcher.”

“People might be surprised by your performance in ‘Foxcather,’ but I’m not,” Colbert told Carell. “Because I’ve always known that you are an actor. People might perceive you as a comedian. What do you think are the differences between being a comedian and being an actor?”


Posted by Lauren on December 28, 2014 | No Comments

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