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Rainn Wilson, The Rocker (1)

Rainn Wilson, The Rocker (1)

Rainn Wilson is “The Rocker” (also known as Robert “Fish” Fishman) who joins his nephew’s band “A.D.D.” and finally reclaims the rock-god throne he has always thought he deserved in the film “The Rocker”.
Photo credit: George Kraychyk

Teddy Geiger, Josh Gad, Rainn Wilson, Emma Stone, The Rocker (4)

Teddy Geiger, Josh Gad, Rainn Wilson, Emma Stone, The Rocker (4)

From left to right: Curtis (Teddy Geiger), Matt (Josh Gad), Fish (Rainn Wilson) and Amelia (Emma Stone) take a bow after a triumphant set in “The Rocker”.
Photo credit: George Kraychyk

Rainn Wilson, Christina Applegate, The Rocker (5)

Rainn Wilson, Christina Applegate, The Rocker (5)

Fish (Rainn Wilson, right) and Kim (Christina Applegate, left) enjoy playing a music video game in “The Rocker”.
Photo credit: George Kraychyk

Rainn Wilson, The Rocker (6)

Rainn Wilson, The Rocker (6)

Fish (Rainn Wilson) revels in his renewed rock-god status in “The Rocker”.
Photo credit: George Kraychyk

Rainn Wilson, The Rocker (7)

Rainn Wilson, The Rocker (7)

Fish (Rainn Wilson) has an unusual take on the time-honored practice of mooning in “The Rocker”.
Photo credit: George Kraychyk

Rainn Wilson, The Rocker (9)

Rainn Wilson, The Rocker (9)

Rainn Wilson is “The Rocker” (also known as Robert “Fish” Fishman) who joins his nephew’s band “A.D.D.” and finally reclaims the rock-god throne he always thought he deserved in the film “The Rocker”.
Photo credit: George Kraychyk

Rainn Wilson in Chicago, Patrick McDonald, The Rocker (10)

Rainn Wilson in Chicago, Patrick McDonald, The Rocker (10)

Rainn Wilson in Chicago (left) for “The Rocker” with HollywoodChicago.com film critic Patrick McDonald (right).
Photo credit: Patrick McDonald, HollywoodChicago.com

Rainn Wilson in Chicago, The Rocker (11)

Rainn Wilson in Chicago, The Rocker (11)

Rainn Wilson in Chicago for “The Rocker” on June 10, 2008.
Photo credit: Patrick McDonald, HollywoodChicago.com

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