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John C. McGinley Cast in Gunn’s Belko Experiment

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One of our favorite actors, John C. McGinley, was cast in a new project by producer James Gunn called the Belko Experiment. The story is about CEO Barry Norris, the CEO of the Belko Corporation. Barry “is a guy who is used to being in charge at the Belko Building in South America, so it isn’t easy for him to start taking orders when the office employees are mysteriously forced to either start killing each other or be killed.” Barry will be played by Tony Goldwyn of Scandal fame.
We can’t wait to see the latest project Johnny C is in. He’s a fantastic actor and will be a great asset to any project he is a part of.
Gunn released the news today on FB detailing McGinley’s Role.

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James Gunn
4 hrs ·

“I’m pleased to announce John C. McGinley has joined the cast of The Belko Experiment. I know when I think of John I often think of Bob Slydell from Office Space. Fortunately, in that film, the characters only had to murder each other spiritually, and not physically as they do in Belko.

John may be most recognized from Scrubs, but he’s an eerily dexterous actor who can do almost anything and has shone in any role he’s been given – he most recently got rave reviews for his performance in Glengarry Glen Ross on Broadway with Al Pacino and Bobby Cannavale.

John will play Wendell Dukes, one of the top execs at Belko, and longtime friends with Tony Goldwyn’s character, Barry Norris. Wendell is a bit socially awkward, and has never been at home with the other employees at Belko… I’m not sure his social problems will be eased much when mysterious forces start compelling them to kill one another or be killed.

From Office Space to Scrubs to Glengarry Glen Ross to Belko, John just may be the lucky totem for stories told in the workplace. I know we’re lucky to have him on board.

He’ll start shooting with us in Bogota, Colombia in June, with myself, director Greg McLean, my fellow producer Peter Safran, and fellow cast members John Gallagher, Jr., Tony Goldwyn, Melonie Diaz, and…

Well, you’ll have to turn into this Facebook Page tomorrow for yet another cast announcement!”

John C Mcginley

The Belko Experiment (which was previously being called The Belco Experiment) was written by Gunn, with Greg McLean directing. Gunn and Peter Safran will produce, with shooting scheduled to start next month in Bogota, Colombia. We wish him all the best and can’t wait to see this in the theaters!

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