Thursday, September 2, 2010

Harvey Keitel To Manage 'The Office'?

Via Cinematical is the newest news for Dunder Mifflin/Saber is of Harvey Keitel stepping in to manager the branch of Scraton? Harvey? For serious? Huh. . . I like that, I can see the angle they want with him already. If you didn't know the moist unfortunate news already, Michael Scott is resigning from The Office.

And now, from the mouth of executive producer Paul Lieberstein, Harvey Keitel is on the list to be taken very seriously as a contedner to step in once Carell exists the show. This is no rumor, this is the real deal. He went on tell EW Online: "He's probably the only guy who can do it, and he's doing TV now." Sounds good to me. He went to explain the backstory should Keitel take the offer: "He's an old salesman who thought he could retire and the stock market went down, and he has to come out of retirement to work for a few years."

I like it, the old wooden war horse boss in the office, sorta like Idris Elba was kinda doing on season five but larger and better and funnier of course.

What do you tree-readin' suckas think? I'll be keeping you posted on this developing story.

Munki out. And watch this shit.

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