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The Office: Bob Odenkirk Almost Played Michael Scott | ScreenRant

Steve Carell portrayed Michael Scott on The Office but the character was nearly played by Bob Odenkirk instead. Despite leaving the sitcom in the show’s seventh season, Carell is still considered the face of the series. The Office could have been a lot different if it wasn’t for last-minute casting changes.

The Regional Manager of Dunder Mifflin’s Scranton branch was the central character of The Office. Carell played the character from 2005 until he left the series in 2010 to focus on his movie career. He perfectly embodied the character of Michael during his stint on the award-winning comedy. It’s hard to imagine the incompetent, yet hilarious, boss being played by anyone else, but that was almost a reality.

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The characters in The Office were an adaption of the original British version of the series. Paul Giamatti was actually suggested for the role of Michael Scott but the actor declined the audition. Other names that were interested included Hank Azaria, Martin Short, and Bob Odenkirk. Carell was considered for the role but his availability hindered his chance so Odenkirk was chosen to play Michael.

Odenkirk was a member of the cast when the series was presented to NBC. When The Office was being cast, Carell had interest but he was already committed to star in another NBC series, Come to Papa. The sitcom only aired four episodes before being canceled which opened up Carell’s availability. He quickly jumped back on to the Michael role. Carell had never seen the British version of The Office but that actually helped him acquire the role as the writers didn’t want him to be a carbon copy of Ricky Gervais’ David Brent.

Odenkirk may have lost out on the lead role but that wouldn’t be the end of his relationship with The Office. In the sixteenth episode of the final season, Odenkirk appeared in a small role that poked fun at his short stint as the manager. The episode, titled “Moving On,” featured Pam (Jenna Fischer) interviewing for a job in Philadelphia so she could possibly be closer to Jim (John Krasinski). The boss that she interviewed with was played by Odenkirk and his demeanor gave Pam total deja-vu. The character, Mark, was a carbon-copy of Michael Scott as they had the same sense of humor and behavior.

It’s tough to say whether or not Odenkirk would have had as much success as Carell if he stayed on with The Office. The casting change certainly didn’t hurt Odenkirk’s career in any way. If Odenkirk would have kept his role as Michael, he wouldn’t have been available to play Saul Goodman on Breaking Bad, meaning the actor also would have never received the spinoff series, Better Call Saul. It seems like both Carell and Odenkirk (and their fans) benefited from the Michael Scott casting decision in the long run.

NEXT: Steve Carell Almost Didn’t Return For The Office’s Series Finale


2019-07-13 09:07:37

Kara Hedash

Star Trek: Discovery Solves Its Biggest Michael Burnham Plot Hole

Star Trek: Discovery has finally explained why nobody ever talked about Michael Burnham or the USS Discovery. When CBS first launched the Star Trek prequel series, it caused a great deal of confusion. The show introduced a brand new character into Star Trek lore, Michael Burnham, Spock’s adopted human sister. What’s more, the Discovery was using a revolutionary new technology known as the spore drive, allowing it to jump through space in an instant.

How could this possibly fit into existing Star Trek canon? Spock has been a major recurring character over the years, so surely he should have mentioned Michael sometime, especially given she was such a key player in the Klingon War. And the spore drive is technology that hasn’t even been hinted at before; if the Federation possessed spore drive technology back in 2256, why didn’t it become standard? Had Voyager possessed a spore drive when it was kidnapped by the Caretaker in 2371, it would have been able to return to the Alpha Quadrant just moments after completing repairs. Star Trek: Discovery‘s showrunners had long promised that season 2 would resolve all these continuity problems, although frankly it seemed like a stretch.

Related: Star Trek: Discovery Season 2 Ending Explained

However, the Star Trek: Discovery season 2 finale, “Such Sweet Sorrow Part II,” pulled it off. It saw the Enterprise and Discovery locked in pitched battle against the forces of Control, the rogue artificial intelligence whose very existence threatened the future of all sentient life in the galaxy. Should Control manage to acquire the sphere data, it would be able to subvert its programming and become genocidal. There was only one way the Discovery crew believed this future could be avoided; to jump into the future themselves, taking the sphere data with them. The crew of the Enterprise then lied to Starfleet, claiming Discovery’s spore drive had overloaded and destroyed the ship. It was a clever deception; the spore drive was experimental technology, the one other ship built with a spore drive had suffered a catastrophic failure in Star Trek: Discovery season 1, and Stamets – the only scientist who understood the spore drive enough to argue the point – had been on the Discovery.

But Spock went one step further. He argued that the threat of Control could not be allowed to recur, and that in order to lessen the chance of that all knowledge of the USS Discovery should be struck from Starfleet’s records. Everybody who knew anything about the ship should be sworn to secrecy; they’d never be able to talk about the Discovery, the spore drive, or the battle against Control. Michael Burnham’s name would be quietly erased from records. And Spock would never be allowed to tell anyone about his sister. From Spock’s point of view, this was a masterful strategy; it meant nobody would ever research the spore drive and work out that the Enterprise crew had been lying. Starfleet would be happy to oblige, given that it allowed them pretend Control had never existed, and they’d not come within a hair’s breadth of causing galactic extinction. Had the truth become public, they’d have had to admit to the existence of Section 31, so the secrecy spared the Federation public embarrassment and a major political scandal.

It’s all eminently logical from an in-universe perspective, and it neatly explains why Burnham and Discovery haven’t been mentioned in Star Trek canon before. To even acknowledge Burnham’s existence would be to commit an act of treason. Meanwhile, the spore drive technology would be forgotten, viewed as a scientific dead end pursued by a scientist whose name would be lost in obscurity. Now it’s in the future, but before the jump, Star Trek: Discovery cleared up all the confusion.

More: What To Expect From Star Trek: Discovery Season 3


2019-04-19 07:04:35

Thomas Bacon

SNL: Michael Keaton’s Julian Assange Meets Kate McKinnon’s Lori Loughlin

NBC’s Saturday Night Live airs a sketch in which Julian Assange meets Lori Loughlin in prison. Actor Michael Keaton makes a cameo by portraying the recently-arrested WikiLeaks founder, while cast member Kate McKinnon appears as the disgraced sitcom actress who was recently charged with conspiracy to commit mail fraud. The segment was part of Saturday Night Live’s cold open, a staple of the iconic comedy series. 

On April 11, a heavily-bearded Assange was forcibly removed from Ecuador’s London embassy and now faces extradition to the United States. Authorities claim that Assange conspired with former U.S. intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning to publish classified documents. In 2013, Manning was convicted of violating the Espionage Act, and was arrested last month for refusing to testify against Assange. Meanwhile, the aforementioned Loughlin was also arrested last month as part of a college entrance exam cheating scandal. In pop culture, she’s best known for portraying Aunt Becky in the original Full House series, along with Netflix reboot Fuller House. As reported earlier this month, Loughlin is expected to serve jail time for her role in the academic scandal.

Related: Lori Loughlin May Face 40 Years Jail Time After Additional Charges Filed

For Saturday Night Live’s latest episode hosted by Emma Stone, the show begins with a faux MSNBC video, in which the voiceover states that “we’re back to prison shows” after the Mueller report “turned out to be a big fat zero.” For the comedic premise, Saturday Night Live frames the skit as an episode of “Lockup: Chino Correctional Facility.” To begin, three inmates muse over their crimes before McKinnon appears as Loughlin, and attempts to establish herself as the craziest inmate. Soon after, former Stormy Daniels lawyer Michael Avenatti appears, portrayed by cast member Pete Davidson. Recently, Avenatti was charged with numerous financial crimes. Near the end of the segment, Keaton appears as Assange, chewing gum and projecting a confident demeanor to impress the inmates. He describes himself as the “Architect of Anarchy” and the “King of Chaos,” before shaming the inmates with knowledge of private “ding dong” information, along with his access to a file called “Ideas for Shark Tank.” Keaton’s Assange also describes himself as an actual “James Bond supervillain.” Watch the full SNL sketch below.

Last week, Game of Thrones actor Kit Harington hosted Saturday Night Live. In a sketch called “New HBO Shows,” Harington appears in character as Jon Snow, with the segment’s premise examining all the spinoffs that could emerge once Game of Thrones’ final season ends. Over the past 10 years, Game of Thrones has influenced pop culture like few other television series, and the final season will air throughout April and May on HBO. 

Thanks to poor celebrity decision-making, Saturday Night Live’s cold open always has fresh material to address. Most often, it’s not a cast member that steals the show, but rather a surprise celebrity guest, and Keaton’s surprise cameo displays his knack for comedic timing. Thirty years after starring as Batman, Keaton is still a relevant pop culture figure; one who feels right at home on a series like Saturday Night Live – a show he’s hosted three times in the past (and should host again soon).

More: Adam Sandler Will Return to Host Saturday Night Live in May

Source: Saturday Night Live


2019-04-14 10:04:23

Q.V. Hough

Walking Dead’s Michael Rooker to Star in Post-Apocalyptic Monster Problems

The Walking Dead star Michael Rooker is set for a leading role in Monster Problems, from Stranger Things producer Shawn Levy. In addition to playing Daryl Dixon’s bad guy brother Merle on TWD, Rooker also made a lot of fans for his portrayal of Yondu in Guardians of the Galaxy and its sequel. Yondu indeed became a central character in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, and his send-off gave the film an unexpectedly poignant touch.

Long before joining the MCU as the man who kidnapped Peter Quill, Rooker made a skin-crawling impression in his debut feature, the intense drama Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer. Rooker would make more memorable supporting appearances in big movies throughout the ’80s and ’90s, including Mississippi Burning, JFK, Cliffhanger and Tombstone. His movie career had largely dried up however by the time Frank Darabont enlisted him to play Merle in season 1 of The Walking Dead. Later, Merle would return to TWD as a minion of the villainous Governor.

Related: TWD: 5 Characters Whose Departure Hurt the Series (And 5 We Could Care Less About)

As reported by Deadline, Rooker will once again find himself battling his way through the post-apocalypse, as he’s set to take on a starring role in the movie Monster Problems. Directed by Michael Matthews, the film is a coming of age story set in a post-apocalypse where monsters have overrun the earth. The film, produced by Stranger Things’ Levy, sees Rooker playing an expert hunter named Clyde who teaches survival skills to the film’s lead character Joel Dawson, who’s played by Dylan O’Brien (The Maze Runner). Reportedly, Paramount Players sees the film as a potential franchise starter.

Monster Problems is just the latest high-profile project to involve Levy after the breakout success of his Netflix series Stranger Things. On the directorial side of things, Levy will next tackle Free Guy, starring Ryan Reynolds as a bank teller who discovers he’s a character in an open world video game. Levy is also attached to the long-gestating sequel to John Carpenter’s Starman, as well as the sci-fi movie Crater. The producer-director will also make time to launch a new incarnation of Unsolved Mysteries on Netflix. Of course, Levy’s Stranger Things is also getting set to return for a third season.

Given his track record as a genre producer and director with a horror bent, it’s not much of a surprise to see Levy once again conjuring monsters for his new movie Monster Problems. Fans of The Walking Dead‘s Merle Dixon will no doubt be delighted to see Rooker back out there doing battle with post-apocalyptic creatures again, this time as the good guy (and hopefully with both hands intact).

MORE: RANKED: EVERY DEATH ON THE WALKING DEAD

Source: Deadline


2019-03-20 04:03:59

Dan Zinski

Bumblebee Sequel Will Have More of Michael Bay’s Transformers Action

The sequel to last year’s Bumblebee will apparently have more of Michael Bay’s Transformers action. Ever since the toy line and animated TV show’s creation in the 1980s, the Transformers brand has proven to be a very popular, and often lucrative, franchise. There has been an abundance of movies and TV shows revolving around the Autobots and Decepticons, but in the last decade, the live-action Transformers movies have been at the center of attention.

In 2007, Paramount released Transformers, which was directed by Bay and starred Shia LaBeouf and Megan Fox. For the next four sequels, the stars of the movies came and went, but Bay was always a constant in the series. All that changed last year when the first Transformers spin-off focusing on the character Bumblebee was directed by Travis Knight. Bay still acted as a producer for the film, but Bumblebee was said to focus more on bringing heart and humor to Transformers, instead of simply relying on action sequences and big explosions. That certainly turned out to be the case with Bumblebee, however, the formula for future Transformers movies could slightly change.

Related: Bumblebee Is A Remake Of The Original Transformers (But Better)

When Collider spoke with longtime Transformers producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura, he mentioned that the Bumblebee sequel will have a bit more of the Bay-esque action. Taking into consideration the critiques the film got from some audiences, Bonaventura explained that going forward, Paramount will try to incorporate more big action sequences while also creating an emotional story between the different characters. Bonaventura specifically said that, “I know the next Transformer, our attempt anyway, is to sort of do a fusion of Bumblebee and the Bay movies…a little more Bayhem. And a little bit more of the character falling in love within the emotional dynamic of the movie”. 

While Bumblebee received mostly positive reviews, the film didn’t make as much money as some of the previous Transformers films. Bumblebee was still a box office success, but Paramount previously passed the $1 billion mark with some of their Transformers movies. Bumblebee passed $400 million at the worldwide box office, which seems like a lot, but that is still the lowest grossing addition to the franchise. Even though the film didn’t make as much money as other Transformers films, Bumblebee still did well enough to warrant a sequel.

The Transformers movies have always been a very profitable franchise for Paramount, but many of the sequels didn’t do well with critics. Many people critiqued Bay’s films for relying on explosions and over the top action to wow audiences, which most of the time took away from the character development and overall story. Including a bit more “Bayhem” in Bumblebee 2 isn’t necessarily a bad thing, as long as Paramount doesn’t forget what made Bumblebee popular with fans and critics alike. Details surrounding the Bumblebee sequel are slim right now, but this at least gives fans an idea of what could be in store for the Transformers series in the next few years.

More: Why Bumblebee Was A Box Office Success (And The Last Knight Wasn’t)

Source: Collider


2019-03-18 01:03:31

Christopher Fiduccia

Michael Jackson HBO Doc ‘Leaving Neverland’ Pulled From Air in Russia

The Michael Jackson HBO documentary Leaving Neverland has been pulled from the air in Russia. It’s been just under ten years since The King of Pop passed away, leaving behind a legacy as one of the greatest entertainers of all time. Unfortunately, that legacy was arguably tainted over the years, thanks to Jackson’s often-bizarre public persona and rumors of sexual misconduct.

Beginning in 1993, the rumors of misconduct followed Jackson until his death, despite having settled out of court with his accusers and later being acquitted of further charges in court. With Jackson’s death refocusing public attention on the artist and performer, HBO’s new two-part, four-hour documentary, Leaving Neverland, has changed everything. The film – which details the claims of two of Jackson’s now fully grown, alleged victims – has been stirring up substantial controversy since premiering earlier this year at the Sundance Film Festival. HBO is now airing the film around the world, and while some fans aren’t eager to see it, censors in Russia are taking action.

Related: Michael Jackson Estate Posts Concert Film During Controversial HBO Doc Premiere

According to THR, Russian television’s main channel, Channel One, has pulled Leaving Neverland from its schedule, refusing to air the film due to the ongoing scandal between the Jackson estate and accusers, James Safechuck and Wade Robson. The film was originally given a late night slot on Russia’s most-watched TV network, but the controversy has led the network to pull the film and make an official statement. Said Channel One’s spokeswoman, Larisa Krymova:

“The film’s premiere at Sundance and on HBO provoked a controversial public reaction and aggression on the part of both supporters and opponents of the film. In this situation, Channel One made the decision to move the Russian premiere of Leaving Neverland to its website.”

Leaving Neverland will be available for free on Channel One’s website for a brief period of time, so those in Russia who still wish to see the film may do so. However, the TV ban has led some to speculate that the action might have more to do with the Russian state’s notoriously strict censorship laws than with its concern for the parties currently involved in the debate. Other countries have seen strong reactions to the film as well, with fans in England having protested outside the headquarters of the TV network due to broadcasting it. In the United States, the Jackson estate announced late last month that they were suing HBO for $100 million, alleging that the film violates a clause in a 1992 contract between the estate and the network.

There’s no question that with an issue such as this, opinions are going to be strong and wide ranging. The fact that Jackson was the performer he was, whose music and seemingly gentle persona changed the face of pop music, and who died under such sudden and tragic circumstances, amplifies the issue’s emotional charge. Fans and networks alike may disagree on the need to air the documentary, but in the end, it must be made available for all who wish to see it. Jackson may not be here to defend himself, but those of us who are left with questions might just need to consider what Leaving Neverland has to say.

More: Leaving Neverland: 20 Little Known Detail’s About HBO’s Michael Jackson Doc

Source: THR


2019-03-16 03:03:52

Mike Jones

Michael Sheen to Play Charismatic Serial Killer in FOX Pilot Prodigal Son

Michael Sheen will soon be playing a serial killer on Fox’s Prodigal Son, which makes the upcoming series the second notable (and likely sizeable) television role Sheen has secured in as many years. Little is known about the upcoming series, but what is known has many convinced that Sheen’s casting in the project is perfect.

As previously mentioned, Prodigal Son will be Sheen’s second big TV gig in 2019, in addition to Amazon’s Good Omens, in which he co-stars with David Tennant as an angel and a demon trying to prevent the apocalypse. The series is based on the books co-authored by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett. Sheen’s new role reiterates to fans that he’s looking to get back into TV, where he used to be a mainstay in series like Masters of Sex and 30 Rock.

Related: What to Expect from Amazon’s Good Omens

According to Variety, Sheen will be playing Martin Whitly, who’s described as an intelligent, witty and charismatic man who formerly lived with his family in New York City. He also happens to be a notorious serial killer known as “The Surgeon,” whose methods of taking down his victims will likely draw comparisons to Hannibal Lecter. The series will focus on Martin’s son, Malcolm Bright, an acclaimed criminal psychologist who understands how killers think and assists the NYPD is stopping other killers like his father. In addition to helping the NYPD, Malcolm will juggle his relationship with his very normal sister and his father, who’s trying to staying in touch with his – no shock here – prodigal son.

Sheen joins previously-announced cast members Lou Diamond Phillips, Aurora Perrineau, and Frank Harts. It’s not confirmed who will be playing the role of Malcolm Bright, nor are the roles for Phillips,  Perrineau, or Harts confirmed. Production on Prodigal Son will likely begin soon and could very well premiere later in 2019 as a fall or midseason series. Lee Toland Krieger, who most recently directed episodes of You, Netflix’s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, and Deadly Class, is also set to direct the series pilot, which has some wondering if Prodigal Son will fall into similar darker and/or more supernatural genre classifications than one would think.

Fox is arguably a bit more of a mixed bag when it comes to defining what it, as a network, does best. Often, the network that’s best known for showing football constantly is also the network that delivers enticing genre fare like The Gifted and The Passage. With a plot reminiscent of NBC’s short-lived hit Hannibal, there’s a chance Prodigal Son could fall into this category too, leaning into the darker, possibly supernatural, psycho-dramatic elements of the story it’s teasing. Even with some of the casting still to be done and not too much information given on what to expect, Sheen’s involvement in Prodigal Son makes this feel like a show worth tracking until it premieres later in 2019 or early 2020. It could just be the next great genre-bending series.

More: Good Omens TV Show: Biggest Changes From The Book

Source: Variety


2019-03-05 04:03:19

Allie Gemmill

Michael B. Jordan Starring in Denzel Washington’s Journal for Jordan

Denzel Washington will direct Michael B. Jordan in Journal for Jordan, a film adaptation of Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Dana Canedy’s memoir. After years of delivering one terrific performance after another, Washington turned to directing in 2002 with Antwone Fisher, a movie that was based on the real-life Fisher’s autobiography Finding Fish. He returned to the director’s chair five years later on another true story-inspired project, The Great Debaters, but it took another nine years for Washington to call the shots on his third feature, Fences.

The latter, which was adapted from August Wilson’s Pulizer Prize-winning play, earned Washington his first Best Picture Oscar nomination, in addition to yet another Best Actor nod for his performance in the film. Fortunately, it looks like the wait for the Oscar-winner’s fourth directorial effort, Journal for Jordan, will be much shorter than the breaks between his previous three features. In fact, the film has already found its leading man.

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Variety is reporting that Jordan is closing a deal to star in Journal for Jordan, with Washington directing from an adapted script by Oscar-nominee Virgil Williams (Mudbound). The project is an adaptation of Canedy’s 2008 book A Journal for Jordan: A Story of Love and Honor, which tells the true story of her relationship with her fiancé, First Sgt. Charles Monroe King (whom Jordan will play in the movie). King was killed during his time serving in Iraq back in 2006, but left behind a journal full of important life lessons and teachings for his and Canedy’s son Jordan, who was only seven months old when King died.

Between Washington directing, Williams writing, and the meaningful subject matter, Journal for Jordan has the makings of something special, even before you factor Jordan (the actor) into the equation. It’s also nice to see the Creed and Black Panther star continue to find room in his schedule for standalone offerings like this, in-between his studio productions and would-be franchise starters like the upcoming Tom Clancy adaptation, Without Remorse. Case in point: Jordan’s next major big screen project is Just Mercy, a legal drama that he’s starring in for Short Term 12 and Glass Castle director Destin Daniel Cretton.

At the same time, Jordan has played an increasingly large role behind the scenes on his recent films and that will continue with Journal for Jordan, which he’s also producing alongside Washington, Escape Artist’s Todd Black, Jason Blumenthal, and Steve Tisch. Depending on how the rest of the film comes together, there’s a real possibility that Washington and Jordan will both find themselves in the heat of a future awards season race for their efforts here. The same goes for whomever ends being cast as Canedy in the film, seeing as the role should be pretty substantial and emotionally-challenging.

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We’ll bring you more details on Journal for Jordan as they become available.

Source: Variety



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2019-02-21 01:02:02

Michael Gross Confirms He’ll Return for Tremors 7

Tremors franchise star Michael Gross announces he’s signed the contract to return for a seventh film in the long-running monster series. The horror genre is full of franchises that manage to run longer than anyone ever expected. For example, an eighth film in the Leprechaun franchise just came out, there are 10 Children of the Corn movies, and more horror flicks with Amityville in the name than should ever probably be allowed to exist. Tremors is fast gaining on the aforementioned franchises in length, despite at one point taking a decade-plus hiatus.

The first Tremors film – and the only entry to get a theatrical release – came out in January 1990, and while far from a box office hit, the creature feature starring Kevin Bacon and Fred Ward as two handymen in the town of Perfection, Nevada earned good reviews and developed a loyal cult following. Ward returned for Tremors 2 in 1996, but didn’t come back for 2001’s Tremors 3, opening the door for fan-favorite Graboid hunter Burt Gummer (Gross) to step out of the supporting role he played in the first two films and become the star of the franchise.

Related: Michael Gross Interview: Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell

Gross went on to star in a short-lived Tremors TV series in 2003, then 2004 prequel Tremors 4: The Legend Begins. Tremors went dormant for 11 years, returning with 2015’s Tremors 5: Bloodlines, in which Gross starred alongside Jamie Kennedy, playing Burt’s long-lost son. Gross and Kennedy returned for 2018’s Tremors 6: A Cold Day in Hell, and back in May, Gross revealed that discussions about a possible seventh entry had begun. Now, Gross has taken to his personal Facebook page to announce that he’s officially signed on the dotted line to star in Tremors 7. Check out his post below.

It’s no surprise that Gross would be up for returning for another go-around as Burt Gummer, as he clearly enjoys playing the character, and is thankful for the sort of  second life the franchise has given his career. While Gross has been acting steadily for multiple decades, until Burt took over the starring role in the Tremors movies, the actor was seemingly forever destined to be known primarily for his work on the 1980s sitcom Family Ties. With Burt, Gross added another signature role to his legacy as an actor, and one completely different from Steven Keaton.

In Gross’ post above, the remark he makes about Burt Gummer beginning his next Graboid hunt in the fall of 2019 could theoretically refer to either the time period filming on Tremors 7 will begin or its DVD/Blu-Ray release date. Considering the brief shooting schedules these films tend to have though, a fall 2019 release date sounds more likely. One wonders if Kennedy will also return to his role, or if Don Michael Paul – director of Tremors 5 and 6 – will return to helm this new installment.

More: Here’s What Happened in All the Tremors Movies So Far

Source: Michael Gross



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