Steve Carell has added yet another movie to his slate as his tenure on The Office winds to a close.Â Risky Business reports that Carell is attached to star in and produce the comedy Raised by Wolfs.Â Nothing is known about the plot, but the name suggests that it’s about a person being raised by people named “Wolf”.Â I would hope it’s about a young orphan being raised by distinctive-yet-brainless news anchors, but it’s already been done.
Carell is set to leave The Office at the end of the upcoming season.Â He’s already having a great year with Date Night, Despicable Me being a surprise hit and he has Dinner for Schmucks coming out in a few days.Â He’s also got the comedy Crazy Stupid Love with Ryan Gosling set for April 22, 2010.Â As for other upcoming projects, he’s producing Missing Links, and is attached to star in Mail-Order Groom (where he’ll reunite with Tina Fey), Get Smart 2 (which he also wrote) and Hi-T.
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