Rob McElhenney of "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" has ignited a turf feud with Steve Carell after posting an Instagram video taunting "The Office" star from the Dunder Mifflin set. In response, Carell offered the olive branch of a crossover episode.
Carell tweeted a potential solution to the "blood feud": a crossover episode titled "It's Always Sunny in Scranton."
"Apparently this is Dunder Mifflin, I guess, where they shot 'The Office,'" he said. "I wasn't 100% sure of that. They're off the air." But they're gone now.
"Sorry, Carell." He captioned the post, "The bar inside Dunder Mifflin is now called Paddy's." "And now you got…" McElhenney said as he panned to "It's Always Sunny" co-stars Charlie Day and Danny DeVito.
McElhenney posted an Instagram video from the parking lot famous as the set of "The Office."
"The Office" will be leaving Netflix to find a new streaming home with NBC starting in 2021.” /> The turf loss extends further than just the set of Dunder Mifflin.

We’re thrilled to get in on the ground floor of his directorial career, as we believe the sky's the limit for him.” The script is hilarious, incredibly original and films like this just don’t get made anymore. Lemole and Zajaros said, “We’ve been looking to do something with Charlie for a while now.
The movie starts principal photography in Los Angeles next month. Armory Films’ Christopher Lemole and Tim Zajaros ("Mudbound") and Metalwork Pictures’ Andrew Levitas will produce alongside Wrigley Pictures’ John Rickard and Page Fifty-Four Pictures’ Alex Saks ("The Florida Project"). Endeavor Content will represent the worldwide distribution rights.
Day also wrote the script. Armory Films and Metalwork Pictures have come on board to produce and finance the movie.
Day is represented by WME, 3 Arts Entertainment, and attorney David Weber. The news was first reported by the Hollywood Reporter.” />
Day created the series with his co-producers Rob McElhenney and Glenn Howerton. The series returns for its 13th season on Wednesday. Day currently stars in “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,” on which he also serves as a writer and executive producer.
Charlie Day is making his directorial debut in the Hollywood comedy "El Tonto," which he will also produce and star in as an idiot deaf mute who becomes a celebrity and loses it all.

The series is set in a video game development studio, with McElhenney also attached to star in addition to writing and executive producing alongside Day. The series marks the duo's first collaboration as writers since "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia." McElhenney co-created "It's Always Sunny" with both he and Day starring and serving as executive producers on that show.
McElhenney and former "It's Always Sunny" writer and executive producer Rob Rosell currently have an untitled comedy pilot in contention for midseason at Fox, which will feature "It's Always Sunny" star–and McElhenney's wife–Kaitlin Olson in a lead role. Day is also an executive producer on that project, in addition to co-creating the Fox multi-cam comedy "The Cool Kids," which will launch on the broadcaster this September with McElhenney also executive producing.
FX has already renewed the show for Seaosn 14, which will tie it with "The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet" as the longest running live-action sitcom in American TV history. It originally aired on FX but moved to FXX ahead of its ninth season. "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" will begin airing its thirteenth season in September.
McElhenney and Day are repped by WME, 3 Arts Entertainment, and Sloane, Offer, Weber & Dern, LLP.” />
Michael Rotenberg and Nicholas Frenkel will executive produce on behalf of 3 Arts, with Gérard Guillemot, Jason Altman and Danielle Kreinik of Ubisoft also executive producing. The series will be produced by the recently announced Lionsgate-3 Arts Entertainment venture along with video game publisher Ubisoft. Day and McElhenney will executive produce via their RCG banner.
Apple has given a straight-to-series order to a half-hour scripted comedy from Rob McElhenney and Charlie Day, Variety has learned.