Office Movie Cast Members Agree on Pre-Reboot

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Breaking Bad’s Bryan Cranston recently proposed the idea of a movie sequel to The Office, rather than the widely discussed reboot of the series. Cranston, who actually directed an episode of the show’s ninth season, suggested the concept of a movie that would catch up with the characters a decade after the series ended.

During an episode of the Office Ladies podcast, Jenna Fischer, who played Pam Beesly, and Angela Kinsey, who played Angela Martin, expressed their support for the idea. Fischer stated that she would be on board if co-creator Greg Daniels was involved, while Kinsey mentioned that she would do it for her kids, as she believes they would find it fun.

Cranston’s proposal is likely to garner the attention of other The Office stars, such as Craig Robinson, who has already expressed his desire to reprise his role for a reboot. However, Daniels has expressed more interest in a spin-off than a reboot, stating that the notion of a reboot doesn’t interest him and that he would prefer to do a series similar to what The Mandalorian is to Star Wars.

It’s worth noting the irony in the fact that The Office itself is a reboot and adaptation, based on the British series of the same name. While the characters and plots of the first seasons were largely based on the original series, the American version ultimately became much more successful, running for 201 episodes compared to the 14 episodes of the original.

In addition to the potential movie sequel, The Office will also be getting a female remake in Australia, with Prime Video creating a series starring comedian Felicity Ward as packaging company manager Flinley Craddick.

Overall, the idea of a movie sequel to The Office has generated significant interest and support from both fans and cast members, and it will be interesting to see if it comes to fruition in the future.

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