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Filed under: News, The Office Posted by Lauren on December 13, 2012 // No Comments

The cast of “The Office” including Ed Helms has been nominated for a SAG award!

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The SAG Awards will be broadcast Jan. 27 on TNT/TBS


Filed under: News, TV Appearances Posted by Lauren on November 06, 2012 // No Comments

Ed Helms will be making another appearance on The Mindy Project in the show’s Thanksgiving episode on Tuesday, November 20th. Here is a summary:

 #2.06 – “Thanksgiving” – Mindy decides to cook Thanksgiving dinner at Gwen’s house, but she is completely caught off guard when her former blind date, Dennis (returning guest star Ed Helms), arrives with his new girlfriend. Meanwhile, a lonely Danny mans the empty office while Betsy and Jeremy visit Betsy’s eccentric family for the holiday.

The Mindy Project airs Tuesdays at 9:30 on FOX.


Filed under: News, The Office Posted by Lauren on September 20, 2012 // No Comments

The host of The Colbert Report is reporting for comedic duty on The Office! Stephen Colbert will guest-star this season as Broccoli Rob, a former member of Here Comes Treble, Andy’s a cappella group, EW has learned. In the Halloween-themed episode, Andy (Ed Helms) discovers that the smarmy, competitive Broccoli Rob is singing a different tune about the history of the group and stirring up drama, which only intensifies the rivalry between these two frenemies.

Colbert — who worked with Helms and former Office star Steve Carell at The Daily Show —will pop up on the Oct. 25 episodeThe ninth and final season of The Office begins tonight on NBC at 9 p.m.

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Filed under: News, The Office Posted by Lauren on August 21, 2012 // No Comments

NBC is closing The Office after nine seasons. In a conference call with reporters on Tuesday, exec producer Greg Daniels announced that the long-running comedy will conclude in May. “All questions will be answered this year,” he said. “We’re going to seewho is behind the documentary. We’re going to meet some of them… and we’re going to explore [why they were filming for so long].”

Daniels said “a lot of familiar faces” will return as the show approaches its series finale, but it remains to be seen if Steve Carell’s Michael Scott will be one of them. “It would be fantastic if [Steve] would return,” he said. “He loved how [Michael] exited, and is probably anxious about not messing up such a stylish exit. That’s a perfectly legitimate point. We’ll see.

“There’s so much to pay off after nine seasons of so many great characters,” Daniels added. “My biggest concern is just packing in these great ideas the writing staff has and making sure we can squeeze as many as we can into the ending.”

Daniels said to expect some “explosive” twists. “Now that we know we have an end date we can kind of blow up things,” he shared, “and take some chances. [It's] very freeing creatively.”

Daniels also revealed that…

* The Scranton Strangler will be unmasked.

* The final season will be a “big” one for Jim and Pam. “There’s a lot of drama [for them],” he teased. “The story is definitely not over for them.”

* “Daryl will learn PowerPoint,” he shared.

* John Krasinski, Jenna Fischer, Rainn Wilson and Ed Helms will enter the final season as producers.

* The news has no impact on the possible Dwight-centric spin-off The Farm, which will be introduced in an episode of The Office to air this fall.

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Filed under: News, The Office Posted by Lauren on August 21, 2012 // No Comments

Let’s face it: Season 8 of The Office was like getting a Prism Durosport for Christmas when you really wanted an iPod. Meandering plots, characters acting out of, well, character and an overall lack of focus dragged down the NBC comedy’s first full year without Steve Carell. Enter original showrunner Greg Daniels, who is back at the helm and determined to reestablish The Office as Must-See TV — albiet during the show’s just-announced final season. Here, the boss lays out his Season 9 game plan — which includes a more aggressive Andy, several fresh faces and a tormented Nellie.

TVLINE | What was your primary mission when approaching this season?
I want to tell big arcs for the main characters and regain that sense of needing to see each episode when it airs to find out what is happening next. I want to keep the drama hot and juicy and the comedy cold and crunchy, basically imitating the old McDLT campaign for McDonalds. TVLINE | Last season Andy was more of an off-and-on boss. Is this the season he fully takes the reins at DM-Scranton? David Wallace, who now owns Dunder Mifflin, sends Andy for Outward Bound-leadership training over the summer and he comes back pretty aggressively in charge.

TVLINE | Andy and Erin — what is the state of their relationship this season? What is their next obstacle? Same question for Jim and Pam. And Dwight and Angela.
All the main characters will have serial stories and relationship arcs. It will be more fun to experience the twists and turns while watching if I don’t spell it all out for you here.

TVLINE | How will Nellie fit into the office this season?
At the end of last year, Andy softened and allowed Nellie to stay as Director of Special Projects. But he comes back from Outward Bound with the confidence and desire to torment Nellie for what she did to him last year and make her quit.

TVLINE | Describe the two new characters played by Jake Lacy and Clark Duke.
Jake and Clark play Pete and Clark, two guys in their mid-20s who have been hired to go through the 4,000-plus unanswered customer complaint voicemails that Kelly leaves behind when she goes.

TVLINE |  What brings Roy back?
Jim and Pam are invited to Roy’s wedding in Episode 2.

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Filed under: News, The Office Posted by Lauren on August 21, 2012 // No Comments

“This will be the last season of The Office, the series’ developer/executive producer Greg Daniels just announced. Daniels, who ran the veteran NBC comedy from season one through five and has returned for the upcoming season nine, made the announcement on a conference call this morning. “It was a hard decision but this is going to be a real gangbuster season,” added Daniels. The producer stressed that creative closure was the primary reason behind the decision to end the series. “Certainly we’re not leaving for any reason other than that one,” said Daniels. “This year feels like the last chance” for The Office to have “an artistic ending.” With The Office still ranking as NBC’s highest-rated scripted series, Daniels said he feared the network might want to “cling to it” when he approached NBC executives with the idea of ending the show. “It’s actually a big surprise to me that NBC was so supportive of this decision,” he said. “We all had a lot of passion for it and persuaded them.”

The Emmy-winning comedy struggled to recover from the exit of its leading man Steve Carell at the end of Season 7. After his anointed successor James Spader exited this May, word was that Daniels had a plan to reboot the long-running series heading into Season 9, which premieres Sept. 20. The series was able to secure its core cast, with Ed Helms, John Krasinski and Jenna Fischer all coming back, joined by Rainn Wilson, who will reprise his role with an eye toward jumping onto spinoff The Farm, which the actor created with former Office showrunner Paul Lieberstein.

Daniels said that a lot of stories would be wrapped up and the identity of the documentary camera crew that been filming the employees of Scranton, Penn. would be revealed. To bookend the series, Daniels said he wanted to get Ken Kwapis, who directed the pilot, to also direct the finale. “There is so much to pay off from nine seasons of great characters and the core cast are all going to be there,” he said. “Now that we know we have an end date, we can take some chances and blow things up.”

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Filed under: Lonesome Trio, News Posted by Lauren on August 10, 2012 // No Comments

Ed Helms’ Whiskey Sour Radio Hour is BACK! For those of you who missed out catching the show during The 3rd Annual LA Bluegrass Festival in May, don’t wait to get tickets to this fantastic show on Friday, August 17. Ed hosts his own twisted take on the old-time, radio variety show. Music and comedy have long been separate pursuits for Ed, but here they collide in a dastardly mash-up that can only be described as Prairie Home Companion on crystal meth and moonshine. Past Special Guests have included Steve Martin, Will Ferrell, Jackson Browne and MORE. Tickets are available ONLINE ONLY. Click here to purchase tickets.

Friday, August 16: Ed Helms Presents The Whiskey Sour Radio Hour. Seats will be assigned beginning at 6:30pm, Doors open for drinks at 7:30pm, Showtime 9pm. Click here to purchase tickets. 

For more detailed information about Largo at the Coronet check us out on our website, www.largo-la.com, on Facebook, or on TwitterClick here for Largo’s Seat Assignment/Will Call/Ticket Purchase Policy. Stay tuned for more announcements and thank you for your support.

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Filed under: News Posted by Lauren on July 21, 2012 // No Comments

Ed Helms is sticking up for gay chickens.

We kid, but The Office funny man is serious about boycotting Chick-fil-A for being anti-gay.

“Chick-fil-A doesn’t like gay people?” Helmstweeted earlier today. “So lame. Hate to think what they do to the gay chickens! Lost a loyal fan.”

Helms’ outrage stems from comments that the company’s chief operating officer Dan Cathy recently made to the Baptist Press about not supporting same-sex marriage.

“Guilty as charged,” Cathy said when asked about the company’s support of what the Press describes as “the traditional family.”

“We are very much supportive of the family—the biblical definition of the family unit,” Cathy explained. “We are a family-owned business, a family-led business, and we are married to our first wives. We give God thanks for that.”

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Filed under: News, The Office Posted by Lauren on July 17, 2012 // No Comments

“The Office” Season Eight, available on Blu-ray™ Combo Pack and DVD on September 4, 2012.

“The Office” Season Eight includes 24 episodes to enjoy back-to-back and uninterrupted in a five-disc set, with outstanding bonus features including extended episodes, more than 100 minutes of deleted scenes, webisodes and more!  The Blu-ray™ Combo Pack features perfect hi-def picture and perfect hi-def sound, a DVD version of the season, plus UltraViolet™.  UltraViolet™ is the revolutionary new way for consumers to collect movies and TV shows in the cloud to instantly stream and download to televisions, computers, tablets and smartphones. Now, consumers can truly enjoy their favorite television show anytime, anywhere, on the platform of their choice.

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Filed under: Films, News Posted by Lauren on July 13, 2012 // No Comments

Ed Helms is getting ready to continue a Griswold family vacation tradition as the actor is in negotiations to star in New Line’s “Vacation.”

Helms would play Rusty Griswold, the son of Clark Griswold played by Chevy Chase in the “National Lampoon’s Vacation” franchise.

Helms was rumored to be involved in the project earlier in the year, but New Line was still closing in on a director before offers were made to thesps.

“Horrible Bosses” scribes John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein are directing from a script they penned.

The new version of the vacation adventures of the quirky dad and his family will follow Rusty, who now has his own family misadventures on the road.

David Dobkin will produce through his David Dobkin Productions banner.

If Helms’ deal closes, production would aim for a spring start after Helms finishes production on “The Hangover 3″ and his stint on “The Office.” In that time, New Line will aim to cut the script down a little in order to bring in to the budget they like.

Harold Ramis directed the 1983 original that was a big hit for Warners. Two more installments followed, “European Vacation” and “Christmas Vacation,” the highest grossing of the series, bringing in more than $70 million on a budget of about $25 million. Warner tried to rejuvenate the series with “Vegas Vacation” in 1997, but that pic underperformed compared to previous installments.

The CAA and Principato-Young repped Helms is also set to film a small role for “We’re the Millers” and “They Came Together.”

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