Josh Groban, Ed Helms
Someone from Andy's (Ed Helms) past is coming back on The Office, but this time he's singing a very different tune.
Josh Groban is returning as Andy's younger brother, Walter Jr., TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
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Emma Stone and Jason Segel
Charlie Day, Emma Stone and Jason Segel will take the Saturday Night Live stage as hosts in November, NBC announced Monday.
Day, who stars in the FX sitcom It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, will make his hosting debut Nov. 5. He'll be joined by musical guest Maroon 5, returning for a third appearance. Gym Class Heroes frontman Travie McCoy will perform alongside the group for their hit song "Stereo Hearts."
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The Help scored the top spot during a weekend that wound up as the movie box office's second-slowest of the year because of Hurricane Irene.
The drama starring Emma Stone managed to bring in $14.3 million, down from last weekend's $20.5 million, according to Box Office Mojo, which noted that only Super Bowl weekend was slower overall. The film's three-week gross totals $96.6 million.
Four new movies proved to be no match for The Help and Rise of the Planet of the Apes.
In its second weekend, The Help rose one spot to top the weekend box office with $20.5 million, Box Office Mojo reports. The drama, starring Emma Stone and Viola Davis, dropped only 21 percent and its cumulative total now stands at $71.8 million.
After two weeks at No. 1, Apes slipped to No. 2 with $16.3 million. The film has grossed $133.8 million so far.
Rise of the Planet of the Apes stays on top; The Help surprises
Spy Kids: All the Time in the World fared best among the newcomers, nabbing third place with $12 million, slightly ahead ...
Ed Helms, The Office and Josh Groban
Apparently music runs in the Bernard family.
The Office has cast singer Josh Groban to play the brother of a cappella lover and Dunder Mifflin employee Andy Bernard (Ed Helms), Deadline reports.
Groban, 30, slyly confirmed the news, tweeting: "The cast and crew of The Office are the coolest ever. #allimgonnasay."
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Emma Stone, Octavia Spencer and Viola Davis
Rise of the Planet of the Apes continued its dominance at the box office, while The Help surpassed expectations, Box Office Mojo reports.
In its second week of release, Apes grossed an estimated $27.5 million to stay at the top of the charts, bringing its total to $104.9 million.
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In a crowded weekend of new releases, the film adaptation of the best-seller The Help grabbed...
Rise of the Planet of the Apes
Rise of the Planet of the Apes trumped The Change-Up at the weekend box office, Box Office Mojo reports.
The prequel to the 1969 film, starring James Franco, grossed an estimated $54 million in its first weekend of release.
Cowboys & Aliens ties with The Smurfs for top spot at the box office
The Smurfs, last weekend's No. 1 film after final figures were in, drew $21 million in its second week. Cowboys & Aliens lassoed $15.7 million to come in....
Just months after leaving The Office, Steve Carell is returning to TV — albeit behind the scenes — with a new interview series on Showtime.
Laughing Stock, executive-produced by Carell and David Steinberg, will bring on comedy greats from the last five decades for one-on-one discussions about their careers, influences and the evolution of comedy with Steinberg (Sit Down Comedy with David Steinberg).
In one of the closest — and most colorful — box-office battles this year, Cowboys & Aliens tied with The Smurfs for the top spot, Box Office Mojo reports.
Cowboys & Aliens, the sci-fi action film starring Harrison Ford and Daniel Craig, grossed...
If it really 'twas beauty that tamed the beast, then our Teen Wolf is in good hands with Crystal Reed. Last night, her bad-ass good girl Allison once again reminded us why Tyler Posey's Scott — and millions of MTV fans — are in heat over the show's central Romeo-Juliet sitch. So we here at the Watercooler thought it was a howl of a good time to talk to Reed about her hit show... and who might not make it through the next full moon...