The Weekend Tally

  • Article: SuicideGirls interviews Oscar Nunez.
  • Article: read about Ed Helms’ latest film project, Starship Dave.
  • Article: did you know that B.J. Novak makes a brief appearance in Reign Over Me?
  • Video: making of The Last Mimzy. Not a lot of Rainn, but I love what co-star Kathryn Hahn says about him in the beginning of clip 2! Clip 1 | Clip 2
  • Video: making of Blades of Glory. Not a lot of Jenna, but she does sum up the film at the end of clip 1. There’s also like two seconds of her seduction scene six minutes into Clip 2. Clip 1 | Clip 2
  • Video: the special bond between Michael and Toby.
  • Fan-fare: read about the latest visit to the Office set by Nanette and Jenn.
  • Apparel: OT reader Todd wrote in to say he found a “Dunder Mifflin” shirt at Kohl’s: “I didn’t see any other “Office”-related designs, nor does their online store have any listings of even this shirt. The tag said it was $18.00, but it was on sale [last] Friday for $9.99.”
  • Froggy sticker: get your own Froggy 101 bumper sticker, as shown at Dwight’s desk, here.
  • Magazines: I’ve been told about magazine sightings of Jenna in Self, Jenna in Interview, and Rainn in Mean. I haven’t been able to find these mags in my local bookstore; if you have scans, I would love the links!

Tipsters: Todd, Tyler, Krista, LiveJournal Office, ddker, Daniel, Ashley

The Office stars’ movie projects

USA Today has a nice pair of articles (and photos) of the current movie projects starring Rainn Wilson, John Krasinski, and Jenna Fischer.

An excerpt:

“We’re all happy with the opportunities we’ve been given, and we’re all doing very interesting, diverse projects,” Wilson says. “(Office producer) Greg Daniels said after The 40-Year-Old Virgin came out, ‘We’re starting the show with one movie star and we’re going to end the show with four movie stars.’ He really believes in us.” Nobody plans to leave the TV show, however. “If the movies came first, we’d all still be dying to be on The Office,” Krasinski says.

Links: ‘Office’ stars pad resumes | ‘Office’ actors star in movies after hours