An event at the Microsoft Experience space in Venice, Calif. on Feb. 24 was pitched as a way to play "Titanfall" while chatting with Will Arnett, but there was no tearing him away from the few precious hours he had with the game before it hits store shelves.
If there’s one good thing about a very very VERY long winter, and yet another snow day, it’s this. Glenn Hauman on Google+ (Click here to continue...) Originally published on ComicMix as Will Arnett Reads School Closings… as Batman!
The Lego Movie continued to smash the box office numbers with a $31.5 million gross this weekend! According to THR, the flick, which stars the voices of Chris Pratt, Will Ferrell, Elizabeth Banks, Will Arnett, Liam Neeson, and Morgan Freeman, pushed its domestic total to $183.2 million! Kevin Costner‘s new thriller 3 Days to Kill [...]
Once again enjoying big success, "The Lego Movie" took home a win at the box office for the third straight weekend (February 21-23). Voiced by stars such as Will Arnett and Elizabeth Banks, the animated adventure comedy took in $8 million...Show More Summary
Will Arnett lends his voice to Surly, a squirrel who plans a daring heist to steal enough nuts to last the whole winter. [...]
EVERYTHING IS AWESOME! Including what Jimmy Kimmel and Will Arnett did to make a snow day declaration after a long weekend that much more fun! On Monday's episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live, the HIGHlarious host enlisted LEGO Batman himself to read some actual New England school closings! Bruce Wayne, you jelly?! Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazing announcement where the capped [...]
Jimmy Kimmel combined the two greatest things about childhood by having Batman himself read area school closures...
Will Arnett reading school closings as Batman; lessons in ruthlessness from Frank Underwood; Jimmy Fallon and Will Smith's history of hip-hop dances - and more! The post SR Geek Picks: Frank Underwood Lessons, History of Hip-Hop Dances & More appeared first on Screen Rant.
Here’s Will Arnett reading school closings on Jimmy Kimmel Live to all the lucky kids who’ve probably spent half of this Winter at home. Arnett’s regular voice sounds like Batman, so he is the natural choice to do the voice for The Lego Movie (also, my birthday on Saturday). It took a lot for school to be closed when I was younger, so these kids are all spoiled.
Will Arnett is a very funny man, thanks in large part to his commanding, gravelly voice that instantly lends gravitas to any role he plays. Which is why "The Lego Movie" had the right idea in casting him as Batman, rivaling Christian...Show More Summary
On a recent episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live, Will Arnett read a list of actual school closings in the growly voice of Batman. Will was the voice of LEGO Batman in the newly released LEGO Movie. As a kid, the only thing cooler than hearing that school is canceled – is hearing that school is [...]
Despite a slew of new movies arriving at the box office, "The Lego Movie" once again built a winning weekend to take top honors for February 14-16, 2013. Voiced by stars such as Will Arnett and Elizabeth Banks, the animated adventure...Show More Summary
Every movie has its share of bloopers, but the folks behind the The LEGO Movie took the time to present their outtakes in LEGO. Watch the cast and crew laugh about botched deliveries, ad-libs and Will Arnett’s age.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — "The Lego Movie" built a huge lead ahead of the weekend's new releases at the box office. In its second weekend, the Warner Bros. animated film featuring the voices of Chris Pratt and Will Arnett earned $48.8 million to take first place, according to studio estimates Sunday. Show More Summary
Yup, even cartoons have blooper reels now. Eeeeverything has blooopers! But hey, The Lego Movie was fantastic, so I won’t complain about more of a great thing. Thrill as Batman/Will Arnett discusses his plans to create portable armchair arms to lean on at concerts! Chill as Vitruvius/Morgan Freeman gets all cranky about nothing in particular because that’s what old people do!
Can’t get enough of The Lego Movie? You may have a lot more to look forward to. Its stars including Morgan Freeman and Will Arnett have gone the extra mile to create a genuine blooper reel for fans of the hit film turned possible franchise. Show More Summary
Still haven't gotten enough of Will Arnett's LEGO Movie Batman? He has even more goofy one-liners in this "blooper" reel, and even bonds a bit with Emmet. Read more...
When Amy Poehler and Will Arnett called it quits, I was totally bummed. When Taye Diggs and Idina Menzel were dunzo, I despaired. Don’t even get me started on Britney and Justin, whose demise I am still not over. With the devastating demise of Hollywood relationships, it’s easy to throw in the towel and give up all [...]
“DARKNESS! NO PARENTS!” Those are just some of the spot-on lyrics from the song Batman (Will Arnett) sings about himself in The LEGO Movie. The song’s lyrics were written by Will Arnett along with directors Chris Miller and Phil Lord, and now the full version is online (video below). Badass Digest calls it “a hilarious deconstruction of the modern incarnation of the character”.
Will Arnett's Batman minifig is the best screen Batman to date.