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'Breaking Bad' co-star Aaron Paul is jonesing for spinoff role

...Gilligan told reporters last month that he'd be asking its actors to make cameos in Better Call Saul, which will star Bob Odenkirk and is set to premiere in November on AMC.It's unclear whether Cran ston will make an appearance. One actor who...

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Several of fall's best shows are seen online

...60 on the Sunset Strip) and Mr. Waters are both young comedic actors with some experience in Hollywood, but it's Bob Odenkirk's name that tops Derek & Simon. Mr. Odenkirk, best known for the late-'90s HBO sketch comedy show Mr. Show...

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Life & style
Living briefs

...sketch show is still underappreciated, despite giving an early boost to the careers of Judd Apatow, David Cross, Bob Odenkirk, Andy Dick and Janeane Garofalo. In this clip, Casey Kasem politely humors Mr. Stiller's "Insistent Man." HOME...

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Life & style
Tart-tongued Chloe is popular with fans of '24'

...I thought, 'Funny?!'" By the mid-1990s she was doing sketch comedy on HBO's brilliant "Mr. Show" with Bob Odenkirk and David Cross, who was her boyfriend. She joined the cast of Garry Shandling's "Larry Sanders Show" its final...

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Television
The office door is open for season two of 'Tom Goes to the Mayor'

...humor. They began making short films together, a DVD of which they sent to several of their comedy idols, including Bob Odenkirk of "Mr. Show with Bob and David" and "The Larry Sanders Show." One of those clips was an early version of "Tom...

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Television
Nebraska

Now Playing Synopsis: Director Alexander Payne (Sideways, The Descendants) takes the helm for this black-and-white road-trip drama starring Bruce Dern as a tempestuous Montana father who is convinced he's won a million-dollar magazine sweepstakes, and Will Forte as the son who begrudgingly agrees to drive him to Nebraska to claim his winnings. The first time we meet taciturn Woody Grant (Dern), he's walking down the shoulder of a busy road in Billings, MT -- so determined to reach his unknown destination that he fails to acknowledge the kindly police officer who's struggling to get his attention. When Woody's dutiful son David (Forte) arrives at the local police station to pick him up shortly thereafter, we learn exactly why the old man was so singularly focused on his stride: Having recently received a sweepstakes letter stating that he has won one million dollars, Woody is determined to claim his prize in person at the company's head office in Nebraska. Although David discerns right away that the letter is little more than a scam to sell magazine subscriptions, stubborn Woody already has tunnel vision -- nothing will stop him from obtaining his jackpot, even if he has to walk 800 miles on his own two feet to do so. Of course, this doesn't sit well with Woody's outspoken wife Kate (June Squibb) or career-driven son Ross (Bob Odenkirk), but David is determined to humor his befuddled father nonetheless, eventually agreeing to drive him to the sweepstakes office personally despite having to call in sick to work to get the time off. Shortly after the two set out, however, the road trip threatens to get sidetracked when longtime alcoholic Woody winds up in the hospital following a drunken fall. Pushing their schedule back to make time for his recovery, the pair plan to take a detour to David's Aunt Peg's house in his father's hometown of Hawthorne, where Kate and Ross will soon arrive for an impromptu family reunion. When Woody runs into his old pal Ed Pegram (Stacy Keach) at a local tavern and shoots his mouth off about his recent "windfall," he becomes something of a local celebrity, and familiar faces come out of the woodwork to claim their fair share of the prize. Meanwhile, David learns more about his family during this one eventful weekend than he did during his entire childhood, prompting some deeply personal reflection that offers him a whole new perspective on the father who was always something of a mystery. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi Cast: Bruce Dern, Will Forte, Bob Odenkirk, Stacy Keach, Devin Ratray, June Squibb Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review

Dealin' With Idiots

Now Playing Synopsis: Famous L.A. comedian Max Morris (Jeff Garlin) seeks inspiration for his next film by cozying up to the coaches and parents of his son's Little League team in this comedy featuring Christopher Guest, Bob Odenkirk, Fred Willard, Gina Gershon, J.B. Smoove, and Nia Vardalos. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi Cast: Jeff Garlin, Gina Gershon, Bob Odenkirk, Fred Willard, Nia Vardalos Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review

The Giant Mechanical Man

Now Playing Synopsis: A jobless thirtysomething and a talented street performer help one another discover the transformative power of self confidence in this offbeat romantic comedy starring Jenna Fischer and Chris Messina. Written and directed by Lee Kirk, The Giant Mechanical Man opens to find Janice (Fischer) between jobs and stuck in a perpetual state of arrested development while living with her domineering sister. Attempting to gain employment at a zoo, she happens across Tim (Messina), a performance artist whose career as a "living statue" hasn't taken him very far in life. Meanwhile, as Janice succumbs to pressure to start dating a narcissistic self-help guru (Topher Grace), she realizes that Tim is the only person who has ever managed to make her feel good about herself. Malin Ackerman, Bob Odenkirk, and Lucy Punch co-star. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi Cast: Jenna Fischer, Chris Messina, Malin Akerman, Lucy Punch, Rich Sommer, Bob Odenkirk, Topher Grace Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review

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