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The Office Stars Steve Carell & John Krasinski Share Touching Reunion For New Film Together

John Krasinski smiles as he stands next to a smiling Steve Carell who smiles and points at the camera

It’s been over a decade since the The Office ended, but you would never guess that based on its ongoing popularity. Between the show’s hit re-watch podcasts and impressive streaming views, it’s clear that fans still hold a lot of love for this hit sitcom. Many of the actors from the show have gone on to accomplish so much in their careers since then, including John Krasinski, who has become quite a successful director. As much as fans have loved his work already, I have a feeling his latest collaboration is sure to be a fan-favorite.

That’s because he is working with Steve Carell once more — talk about a beloved duo! But rather than taking on roles in a live-action sitcom, the two of them have been working on a live-action/animated fantasy comedy called IF. Krasinski will both act in the film and direct it. Meanwhile, Carell will take on the voice of one of the film’s main characters, Blue. Needless to say, their reunion needed to be captured on camera for fans to enjoy!

The moment Krasinski and Carell reunite is exactly how you’d imagine it. At first, they embrace one another, genuinely expressing how great it is to see one another again. Then, in true sitcom fashion, the two of them jokingly share that they need to do another take of their “reunion.” But this time, with overdramatic, comedic elements.

The Office Fans Are Absolutely Loving This Wholesome Steve Carell and John Krasinski Reunion

With IF premiering in theatres in a little less than a month, there couldn’t have been a better way to hype up fans of The Office than with this heartwarming reunion!

“The office reunion… in a office,” one fan points out.

“I love how the chemistry was there instantly,” another fan writes.

This story’s featured image is by Paramount Pictures / YouTube.

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