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The creator of 'The Office' U.K. version is poised to bring back his character Brent on TV with a new behind-the-scenes documentary spoof.
The studio slams the rumor that 'Ghostbusters 3' will be animated, saying the company develops the film as a live-action project.
In between breaks during the filming, Gervais is busy with his cell phone and is ignoring Pepe the Prawn who tries to start a talk with the actor.
'The Office' co-creator plays Derek Noakes, a character who works in a retirement home in this TV mockumentary-style comedy which is set to entertain U.S. fans next year via Netflix.
The British actor announced it himself that he will replace Jason Segel as the lead human character in the second film.
Gervais is in talks to star as the main human character in the puppet movie, starring opposite Ty Burrell who has just been cast as an Interpol inspector.
The creator of the British 'The Office' says he 'couldn't be prouder of the success of the U.S. version' of the sitcom, and considers about making a remake of 'Extras'.
When asked about the remarks he made about Foster's sexual orientation at the 2012 Golden Globes, the awards show's host says he doesn't think it was offensive.
After officially announced to emcee the 2012 Golden Globe Awards, the 'Office' creator tweets, 'Just told Billy Crystal he'd better not use any of my holocaust or pedophile material at The Oscars.'
In a new clip from Gervais' 'Life's Too Short', the 'Rum Diary' actor confronts the Golden Globes host for dissing him, revealing that he has also written some jokes about the British comedian.
NBC, meanwhile, has not responded to the British comedian's claims that he is offered to host Golden Globes for the third time.
Leaders of Marvel Studios confirm that the studios will sit out Hall H at this year's convention, yet insist that 'sitting out Hall H is not synonymous with sitting out Comic-Con.'
Introducing lead actor Warwick Davis, writer/executive producer Gervais describes the show as a cross between 'The Office' and 'Extras'.
British funnyman Ricky Gervais is convinced Charlie Sheen is 'being exploited' as he tours his one-man show.
These two actors will appear on 'The Simpsons' Oscar special along with Halle Berry and Nick Park.