Rainn Wilson makes an easy transition from TV to the big screen, going from malevolent suck-up on NBC's The Office
to something a little different: A rock-and-roll never-was who gets a second shot at living the dream.
Once upon a time, Robert "Fish" Fishman (Wilson) was the sweat-soaked Lycra-clad drummer for Cleveland's great hair-metal hope Vesuvius, until the rest of the band (Will Arnett, Fred Armisen, Bradley Cooper) sold him out for a contract with Matchbox Records (Fish's empty drummer's stool went to the label president's nephew). Twenty years later, Vesuvius are rock legends and 41-year-old Fish is working at Zammit's Metal Racking. With his...