Before he loaned his voice to the genocidal robot Ultron in the latest Avengers movie, James Spader played the enigmatic CEO Robert California on The Office. And when you put Robert California’s words in Ultron’s metal mouth, the results are delightfully unhinged.
Martin Freeman hosted SNL last night, where he led the show's cast in a pretty excellent mashup of The Office and The Hobbit.
Martin Freeman is great as Tim Canterbury in BBC's The Office. He's also great as Bilbo Baggins, a pint-sized hobbit from the Shire. With Freeman hosting last night's episode of Saturday Night Live, the comedy troupe stumbled upon a golden "two birds, one stone" opportunity.
This bizarre mashup video from EagerBeaverFilms, which pastes the faces and voices of characters from the British version of The Office over the bodies of characters from The Hobbit, gives us a double dose of Martin Freeman. But while David Brent the Grey may think he's the star, it's the perfect casting of Gollum…
Every Stark remembers that "Winter is Coming" and each Greyjoy must live by the words "We Do Not Sow," but what are words of Walking Dead's House Grimes, Breaking Bad's House White, and The Office's House Schrute?
Texting is a craft that takes years of practice to truly master. How does one convey the proper tone, intonation, and emotion without the aid of voice and gesture? Its like a game of chess, and the slightest misstep can topple relationships. In last night's episode of The Office, Jim and Pam struggle to choose just…
You totally know that actor. He was in that movie you watched just last week—oh God, what was his name? With Hulu's new Face Match service, your days of almost remembering stars are over.
Is there anything worse than your typical Android tablet right now? I mean, yes, death, famine, nuclear proliferation, Dane Cook, sure. But most Android tablets are abysmally boring. Grotesquely generic. So if it's going to be stupid, make it triangular.
Maybe our expectations were a little high, after compiling the best moments of past Treehouses of Horror, but last night's Simpsons special was a bit lackluster. However, there were at least two few funny jokes — and here they are.
If you want to make sure all your future business partners know that you bleed Apple, this MacBook is the only one to buy. Cause it'd be totally gauche to put "Apple Fanboy" on your business card itself.
Rainn Wilson, best known for playing Dwight Schrute on The Office, shot a 140-second film using a Nikon D5000 as part of his participation in the Nikon Film Festival. He talked with us about directing, pancakes and solar-powered deer-meat grinders.
In this guide we suggest gifts for a variety of bad bosses, from the ones who try too hard to the ones who make you work too hard. Not that I, as a Gizmodo intern, would know anything about that. But for those of you who do hate your bosses, here are the best gifts to give them.
Sure, nobody gets excited about business computers, and these Lenovos (including the company's first business all-in-one) are pretty snooooore. But one of them could be your next office computer, and it's our duty to inform and educate you fine cubicle-folk.
Most comics have at least one character more interesting than the heroes. Here's what it would look like if comics were centered on the background characters. DC and Marvel will never be the same.
I love Netflix On Demand precisely because it lets me watch 30 Rock episodes whenever I want. So I was horrified to notice, just now, that 30 Rock was going bye-bye on Oct. 1—along with other great shows.
We've all seen the big spoofs of scifi classics. Family Guy just recreated Star Wars and the Simpsons' Prisoner tribute was perfection. But nobody salutes science fiction better than 30 Rock's sly one-liners, which just slip it in there.