Denman (“The Office”) talks about reuniting with John Krasinski for the Michael Bay movie; getting into the right headspace for the role; and why “The Office” was so important to the real-life contractors.
Starring on HBO’s political satire “The Brink,” the actor reflects on his tools for maintaining his newfound comedy fame, moving away from the “heaviness” of his former roles, and the legacy of “Pornstache.”
Tony nominee Pablo Schreiber has become the man you love to hate on "Orange Is the New Black." He speaks to Backstage about his star-making turn and upcoming roles on "Law and Order: Special Victims Unit" and "Ironside."
Filmed in the washed-out palette of an infomercial, this movie about an attempt to go AWOL in the National Guard is a depressing glimpse of great actors grappling with subpar material.