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Instead of saying that she and John Krasinski were in love, she says that the parts of them that made their characters come alive were what was in love. In order to get that lovely kind of relationship on screen, you have to tap into a part of you that adores your co-star.
John Krasinski is absolutely right to step in and clear the situation up.
She has also appeared in several films, including Blades of Glory, Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story, The Promotion, and Hall Pass. I didn't want to be an extraordinary receptionist, because I didn't ever want to be promoted, or be given more work. For example, I could type 80 words per minute, but I wouldn't tell people that, so when my boss would give me work, he would think it'd take two hours, but it would really only take about thirty minutes. I answered this ad in the back of the newspaper to be a telephone psychic, and I did that for two days. In real life, Fischer has admitted she is an enthusiast of the same thing.
Blades of Glory, Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story, A Little Help, Hall Pass, The Giant Mechanical Man, Lolli Love, The Promotion, Slither, The Brothers Solomon, Are You Here, Solitary Man, The Specials, Employee of the Month, Lucky 13, Doggie Tails, Melvin Goes to Dinner, Kiss Me, Brad's Status, It's O... I called up this guy, and..is how hard it was to get this job: He said, 'So, uh, do you feel intuitive from time to time? Connected to many "Jims" in her life - her father Jim Fischer, her ex-husband James Gunn, Jim Zulevic (who cast her in The Specials (2000) and subsequently introduced her to James), and finally (and more famously known), her TV counterpart Jim Halpert (played by John Krasinski).
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He and Jenna Fischer both married other people in 2010, and the last thing anyone in a solid relationship wants is to have rumors floating around that they were hooked on a co-star while getting together with their future husband or wife. Pam and Jim were in super duper love, but John Krasinski and Jenna Fischer were just two actors doing a damn good job of making us believe it.
It’s what made them so lovable as Jim and Pam, and what made every viewer of that show root for them to fall in love.Viewers who cared about Jim and Pam stayed with them through furtive glances, confessions of love, dating new people, dating each other, engagement, marriage, babies and, finally, a move away from Scranton and the oddballs at Dunder Mifflin.To be fair, Jenna Fischer, if you read her words clearly, did qualify her own comments very quickly.And, honestly, how many TV couples can top the slow, sweet burn that was Jim and Pam?They started off as inside-joke work buddies who were obviously hooked on each other, but couldn’t be together because of Pam’s slightly jerky fiancé.