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Michael Bay's 13 Hours adds another The Office actor in David Denman

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13 Hours Michael Bay John Krasinski David Denman James Badge Dale

John Krasinski will reunite with one of his The Office co-stars for Michael Bay's 13 HOURS. THR has learned David Denman will play an elite sniper named Boon in the upcoming film, joining Krasinski, James Badge Dale (THE DEPARTED), Max Martini (PACIFIC RIM) and Pablo Schreiber (THE WIRE). Besides playing Pam Beesly love interest Roy on the comedy series, Denman has also appeared in movies like AFTER EARTH, FANBOYS and BIG FISH, and he had a recurring role on NBC's Parenthood.

Michael Bay's new movie is an adaptation of the Mitchell Zuckoff novel about the 2012 attack on an American compound in Benghazi, and the script was written by Prince of Thieves: A Novel (Ben Affleck's THE TOWN) and The Strain author Chuck Hogan. Production on the political drama will begin this April in Malta and Morocco.

Does anyone else feel like 13 HOURS could be Michael Bay's LONE SURVIVOR? Director Peter Berg got a lot of flack for BATTLESHIP, but rebounded in a big way with the well-received war movie, and I wouldn't be surprised if Bay is hoping his new project will do the same thing for him. Are you interested in checking out 13 HOURS?

Source: THR

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11:58AM on 03/04/2015
I hope this deals with the incompetence and complete and utter failure of the Obama Administration in relation to this event. Also, it would be nice is the subsequent cover-up and lies are told here as well.
I hope this deals with the incompetence and complete and utter failure of the Obama Administration in relation to this event. Also, it would be nice is the subsequent cover-up and lies are told here as well.
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3:03PM on 03/04/2015
It's a moot point; meddling US foreign policy has been at the root of this and virtually every other overseas mishap visited on an American embassy since WW2.
It's a moot point; meddling US foreign policy has been at the root of this and virtually every other overseas mishap visited on an American embassy since WW2.
3:30PM on 03/04/2015
I completely agree, but I would also like some accountability for this.
I completely agree, but I would also like some accountability for this.
9:05PM on 03/04/2015
Agreed. To ignore it would be a huge failure of the film, as Benghazi is synonymous with Obama's cover up. Hell, the whole situation could have been prevented had it not been for his refusal to act.
Agreed. To ignore it would be a huge failure of the film, as Benghazi is synonymous with Obama's cover up. Hell, the whole situation could have been prevented had it not been for his refusal to act.
9:56AM on 03/04/2015
This guy will always be the deaf receiver to me from the Replacements.
This guy will always be the deaf receiver to me from the Replacements.
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9:47AM on 03/04/2015
Sounds like a good casting move. He's usually a pretty reliable actor but he's going to have to hit the gym to be believable as a U.S. Military sniper. That guy put on a lot of weight after The Office (not that there's anything wrong with that).
Sounds like a good casting move. He's usually a pretty reliable actor but he's going to have to hit the gym to be believable as a U.S. Military sniper. That guy put on a lot of weight after The Office (not that there's anything wrong with that).
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8:57AM on 03/04/2015
You mentioned Peter Berg doing "Lone Survivor" and "Battleship". Wasn't it revealed that the only reason Berg did Battleship was so the studio would fund Lone Survivor. That makes Berg's participation in Battleship forgivable as he seemed to not care for the movie as much as the audience.

Also, whatever happened to Michael Bay's elephant documentary?
You mentioned Peter Berg doing "Lone Survivor" and "Battleship". Wasn't it revealed that the only reason Berg did Battleship was so the studio would fund Lone Survivor. That makes Berg's participation in Battleship forgivable as he seemed to not care for the movie as much as the audience.

Also, whatever happened to Michael Bay's elephant documentary?
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9:27PM on 03/04/2015
I have no problem with a director doing one commercial film in order to make a personal one. It happens a lot in Hollywood. But Battleship is just plain bad. If you have to make a film, at least try to make it good. Granted it is Battleship so it would probably suck either way, but I still feel it could have been better (couldn't have been worse).
I have no problem with a director doing one commercial film in order to make a personal one. It happens a lot in Hollywood. But Battleship is just plain bad. If you have to make a film, at least try to make it good. Granted it is Battleship so it would probably suck either way, but I still feel it could have been better (couldn't have been worse).
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