Will Arnett stars as the Caped Crusader in Lego form. Read the full article on AICN I AM Lego Batman#LEGOBatman pic.twitter.com/TSg9IOdLAw — Will Arnett™ (@arnettwill) March 22, 2016 Days before the live-action incarnation of Bruce...Show More Summary
Just yesterday we got our first look at The LEGO Batman Movie via a batch of new images featuring the mini-caped crusader voiced by Will Arnett, reprising his role from The LEGO Movie. Tomorrow brings the first trailer, and while we impatiently wait to see the shenanigans Warner Bros. Show More Summary
The "LEGO Movie" spinoff starring Arnett as the voice of Batman will arrive in theaters in 2017.
It's fair to say that Batman (voiced by Will Arnett) was a scene-stealer in THE LEGO MOVIE, which is one of the reasons why no one was surprised when it was announced that THE LEGO BATMAN MOVIE was on the way to the big screen. ThisShow More Summary
Will Arnett and director Chris McKay shed new light on 'LEGO Batman Movie', which will debut the first footage later this week.
Will Arnett's Batman goes about his daily routine in several new photos from the upcoming "LEGO Batman" film, which spins out of "The LEGO Movie."
In spite of the reception of Will Arnett's dud of a new series, Flaked (or rather, the lack of reception), Netflix nevertheless had a very good week. One of its most popular series, Daredevil, rolled out its second season over...
The signifiers of upper middle class, white male midlife crisis have shifted across the past few generations with a lava-slow determination, time and culture churning on itself and ossifying into a whole new level of hell. Boomers who...Show More Summary
A new series on Netflix is typically followed by a flurry of reviews, dozens of think pieces, and looks ahead at the next season. There's been little to none of that for the eight-episode series Flaked, which debuted on Netflix...
To many, Will Arnett will always be Gob Bluth, the magician from Arrested Development, and fans often assume Arnett shares many of the same traits as the character. As Will debuts in Flaked, however, the comedian shows a darker, dryer side that he hopes will set him apart from that Arrested Development character. Show More Summary
Will Arnett takes the stage at the 2016 Kids’ Choice Awards held at The Forum on Saturday (March 12) in Los Angeles. The 45-year-old actor stopped by the show to promote his upcoming movie Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows. Will was joined at the awards event by Josh Gad, who was slimed [...]
The first episode of Flaked revealed that Will Arnett’s Chip is a broken man. He’s a man who’s all performance and very little genuineness. For the most part, “Westminster” painted Chip’s social failings as inseparable from his alcoholism. Show More Summary
Stephen Malkmus, of ’90s indie rock powerhouse Pavement and currently fronting Stephen Malkmus And The Jicks, scored Will Arnett’s new Netflix series Flaked, which premiered in full today. In addition to writing the show’s theme, Malkmus gathered friends to perform interstitial music and curated songs that highlight the show’s understated humor, visceral moments, and awkward […]
My reaction upon reading the premise for Flaked: is this a live-action version of Bojack Horseman? The comparisons are at least intriguing. Flaked stars Will Arnett as a recovering alcoholic who’s trying to figure out the point of his...Show More Summary
Here’s what’s up in the world of TV for Friday, March 11 & Saturday, March 12. All times are Eastern. Top picks—Netflix-style Flaked (Netflix, 3:01, a.m., Friday): In his new Netflix sort-of sitcom, Will Arnett is sad. But, since he’s...Show More Summary
The actor talks about his darkest role yet in his Netflix show Flakedand the future of Arrested Development.
Will Arnett's new Netflix comedy, "Flaked," is getting a big thumbs-down from television critics. So far, it's earned a 39/100 score on review-aggregation site Metacritic. That's the second-worst score ever for a Netflix original comedy,...Show More Summary
Will the help of Martin Short and Will Arnett, James Corden is here to turn some of your favorite brutal and masculine movies into musicals — and also into love stories. It's a bit like a project someone might do for a queer studies class, but, like, an introductory class,... More »
The vicious attack of 'The Revenant' transforms into a duet about forbidden love between Hugh Glass and the vicious bear. read more
Children: The world's toughest critics. Take, for example, this little girl who waited approximately one second into her father's song to shut things down. It's probably for the best, dad. Martin Short, Will Arnett and James Corden star...Show More Summary