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Brit Binge Watching: Ricky Gervais and Friends

Ricky Gervais could be considered an acquired taste—people can take him or leave him—and he seems to be just fine with that. He doesn’t shy away from controversial subjects, as seen in his latest project Derek, which ...

Is the ‘End of the World’ a New Beginning for Keira Knightley?

Before she turned 21, Keira Knightley had already been nominated for an Oscar for Best Actress for her role as Elizabeth Bennet in the 2005 movie version of Jane Austen’s Pride & Prejudice.

Summer of London: Steve Carell on Why He Loves Britain’s Capital

To the outside world, Steve Carell‘s most notable London connection is his role in an American remake of a celebrated British sitcom. But the former Office star tells us that his love for Britain’s capital is so profound ...

WATCH: Ricky Gervais Reveals Tweet-Worthy ‘Life’s Too Short’ News

Get your tweets scheduled in HootSuite, folks: Ricky Gervais says that Steve Carell‘s appearance on his new HBO series, Life’s Too Short, is one of “the most excruciating scenes” he and collaborator Stephen ...

Catherine Tate is ‘Top Choice’ to Replace Steve Carell on ‘The Office’

Is BBC America fave Catherine Tate the leading candidate to permanently replace Steve Carell on The Office? That’s what sources are telling The Hollywood Reporter.

Ricky Gervais to Return to ‘The Office’ for Season Finale

He’s back. After his brief but massively acclaimed cameo opposite Steve Carell back in January, Ricky Gervais is set to appear on The Office‘s seventh season finale, reports Entertainment Weekly.

Report: Ricky Gervais’s David Brent To Appear on U.S. ‘Office’ Jan. 27

Ricky Gervais‘s caustic Golden Globes hosting gig has kept him in the headlines this week. Now, after a full year of rumors, Vulture is reporting that Gervais will finally reprise his role from the original British Office on the ...

The Office’: From Ricky Gervais To Steve Carell To…Harvey Keitel??

More news about U.S. remakes of British shows: the executive producer of the U.

American Office: “Dysfunctional,” “Unfunny,” “Rubbish”

The Guardian‘s Steven Wells says the U.S.