RICKY Gervais has suggested he’ll never make another David Brent TV series or film, but wants to record one final live gig as the untimely Office boss.
The comedian wants to put on a theatre show and fasten it to symbol Brent’s final outing.
His last coming as Brent, who has left from sales manager to determined stone star, was in 2016 in mockumentary spin-off film Life On The Road.
During an coming on Lorraine, Gervais, 56, has now suggested won’t be bringing The Office boss back for any some-more cinema or TV shows.
However, he would like to retire the impression with one final gig, which could finish up on DVD.
He explained: “I don’t consider we can do anything that big [like movies] again, not a series or not a big movie.
“But we did really enjoy doing the gigs, so what we competence do just to put it all to bed is record one of the concerts where David Brent plays live.”
He combined of the character: “I like David Brent and we feel a bit contemptible for him.
“What we like about him is that he does try his hardest…
“He falls over but he gets back up and we utterly admire that in somebody, even yet you could be shouting at him…
“We’re all like David Brent.
“We all wish to be desired and we all make a dope of ourselves, you’ve got to go…
“‘Right, I’m going to do it, I’m going to make it.'”
Brent first seemed in hit sitcom The Office, which ran for two series and two Christmas specials.
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