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How The Office's Dwight Schrute Would React to Tiger King According to Rainn Wilson

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According to Rainn Wilson, his character on The Office, Dwight Schrute, would be hooked on the Netflix docuseries Tiger King美女视频黄频大全视频, which follows former zookeeper Joe Exotic through his journey from opening up his big cat park to being sentenced to prison.

美女视频黄频大全视频Wilson caught the attention of fans last month when he posted a hilarious photo of his character's face over Joe's, turning the controversial zookeeper into "Dwight Exotic."


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recently caught up with Wilson and discussed Netflix's new docuseries. When Wilson was asked if he thought Dwight would get into the show just like nearly everyone else during quarantine, the Emmy nominee said, "oh yeah," adding, "Probably somewhere in the northwestern Pennsylvania fictional land where Dwight Schrute actually exists, there would be Schrute Zoo, inspired by Tiger King."

Wilson went on to imagine how Dwight and his wife Angela, played by Angela Kinsey, would be handling the COVID-19 pandemic, explaining to Entertainment Weekly that the pair would be living on Schrute Farms with their son and keeping all others "relegated to the barn" before the spread of the virus. Wilson said that once the virus showed up, Dwight "wouldn't allow them anywhere near [his family]. I think there'd be a lot of guns involved."

美女视频黄频大全视频If you're familiar with Dwight's character, that's not too far-fetched of an idea. But the most believable scenario is probably how Wilson thinks the assistant to the regional manager would try to help others in this trying time. "Dwight's advice would all be about working on your self-defense," the actor said. "Dwight would have confused the coronavirus with the zombie apocalypse."

Now that you know Dwight would be working on constructing “Schrute Zoo,” check out how Ed Helms thinks his character on The Office, Andy Bernard, would handle quarantine by heading here.

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Blue Apron’s Memorial Day Sale Will Save You $60 On Your First Three Boxes

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The 11 Best Horror Movies to Stream on Amazon Prime Right Now

Mats Blomgren, Lars Väringer, Anna Åström, and Isabelle Grill in Midsommar (2019).
Mats Blomgren, Lars Väringer, Anna Åström, and Isabelle Grill in Midsommar (2019).
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Streaming services offer a wide variety of movies, but sometimes, nothing else but horror will do. If you’ve gotten your fill of spooky content from Netflix, check out these 11 films currently available on Amazon Prime that are guaranteed to send a chill down your spine.

1. (2019)

Strange things are afoot for Florence Pugh, who takes a trek with her boyfriend (Jack Reynor) and friends for the Swedish midsummer festival. While the locals are initially hospitable, their underlying intentions soon take a dark turn.

2. (2018)

Emily Blunt and John Krasinski (who also directs) are a married couple looking to protect their children in a world where monsters attack at even the slightest noise. When Blunt becomes pregnant, their survival is put into question.

3. (2012)

Before Chris Hemsworth tackled Thor, he shot this meta horror film美女视频黄频大全视频 from Drew Goddard and Joss Whedon about a group of friends who get more than they bargained for while spending a quaint weekend in the woods. Far from your average slasher, it's a deconstruction of the genre.

4. (1955)

Two women working at a French boarding school—one married, the other a mistress—decide to put their mutual problem out of his misery. Unfortunately, his demise is only the beginning of their troubles. This moody French film on a novel was nearly filmed for an American audience by Alfred Hitchcock, but director Henri-Georges Clouzot snapped up the rights first. The result so impressed Hitchcock that he decided to up his game with the classic Psycho (1960). If it impressed the Master of Suspense, it’s worth a look.

5. (2018)

A slow burn that eventually catches fire, Hereditary sees Toni Collette as a mother struggling with her mother's death. When her kids begin experiencing strange visions, Collette will have to face some of the demons lurking in her family's past.

6. (1988)

Chucky will be your friend ‘til the end. Unfortunately, the end might come prematurely and gruesomely in this horror classic about a doll possessed with the spirit of a serial killer (Brad Dourif) who gets adopted by a child and his mother. Pint-sized terror ensues.

7. (1975)

Disclaimer: Only one segment in this made-for-television anthology is worth watching, but it’s a killer. Karen Black stars in three stories, all penned by Richard Matheson (The Twilight Zone), with the third, “Amelia,” the standout. As the title character, Black is a single woman under the thumb of an overbearing mother and hoping to further a relationship with a history professor. She buys an African artifact as a gift for him, then spends the next 25 minutes running for her life when it gains sentience. Pair it with Child’s Play for a great double feature.

8. (1985)

美女视频黄频大全视频 Larry Cohen wrote and directed this darkly comedic horror film about sentient goo that proves to be a hit in the dessert aisle of grocery stores nationwide. Too bad consumers have an adverse reaction to it, causing a panic.

9. (2001)

美女视频黄频大全视频 A coming-of-age drama about two outcast sisters (Katharine Isabelle, Emily Perkins) takes a turn when one of them is bitten by a werewolf, setting off a chain of events that will make their awkward years even more awkward.

10. (1990)

美女视频黄频大全视频 The twisted imagination of Clive Barker is on full display in this little-seen cult classic. As Aaron Boone, Craig Sheffer is brought back to life to join the Nightbreed, a gang of freaks out to stop a serial killer (director David Cronenberg, in a cheeky performance) from striking. Strongly recommended for fans of practical effects and make-up.

11. (1979)

Angus Scrimm makes his mark as a horror icon in this nightmare from director Don Coscarelli about two brothers who discover a local funeral home isn't what it seems. Amazon Prime is streaming a newly-remastered version in all its blood-splattering glory.