Will Arnett helped the Last Week Tonight host lay out a new plan for Trump
In the latest Last Week Tonight, John Oliver discussed how a Trump presidency would be bad for everyone—especially Trump. Saddled with the responsibility of interpreting the Constitution and commanding the armed forces, Trump wouldn't have time to dive into taco bowls. Show More Summary
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Woah, that was fast!! Just one month after Drew Barrymore filed for divorce from Will Kopelman, the couple were officially granted their request on August 3. Hmm, maybe Amy Poehler and Will Arnett should have used the exes' lawyers — their breakup took four years! According to court records, the divorce was "uncontested" which means things are quite [...]
Almost four years after separating, Amy Poehler and Will Arnett are officially divorced. According to the Associated Press, a judge finalized the couple’s divorce on Friday. Poehler and Arnett separated back in September 2012, afterShow More Summary
CBR breaks down why everything is still awesome in the world of LEGO movies by looking at the first trailer for Will Arnett's new Batman adventure.
Sure, we all know that Netflix's BoJack Horseman features TV stars like Will Arnett, Aaron Paul, Alison Brie and "character actress Margo Martindale," but we're guessing you didn't catch all the other celebrity cameos that are featured throughout the series. Show More Summary
The news comes more than two months after THR reported that the Will Arnett comedy was near a deal for a sophomore run. read more
While one of Will Arnett’s Netflix shows about a sad dude—the one in which he plays an animated horse—got rave reviews, the other, less-well received one seemed to hang in limbo, without a second season renewal. Well, fear no more Flaked-heads, the Venice-set sort of comedy will return for a second season. Show More Summary
Flaked, Netflix's low-key Will Arnett dramedy, has just received an equally low-key renewal: On the same day the streaming service sent out its big news dump, the Venice-set show announced its own second-season renewal on its Facebook page. The series didn't announce how many episodes the new season will consist of, ... More »
Netflix has officially renewed the Will Arnett and Mark Chappell-created sitcom Flaked for a second season set to air in 2017. The news of the show’s return was announced earlier tonight on its Facebook page. In May it was widely reported...Show More Summary
The search for the young Han Solo culminated with the casting of Hail, Caesar! breakout Alden Ehrenreich back in May. But many rogues had to audition for the part before Disney could pluck Ehrenreich from their rakish ranks, and that casting call recently played out in hilarious form on late-night TV. Show More Summary
Last week during the chaos of Comic-Con in San Diego, late night host Conan O’Brien brought his TBS show to join all the geeks and nerds who descended on the city, and broadcast a batch of episodes featuring the casts of Game of Thrones, Suicide Squad and more. Show More Summary
If Ben Affleck’s Dark Knight is simply too dark for your tastes, why not go with Will Arnett’s conceited Minifig version instead? In all honesty, this is the Batman movie we’ve been looking forward to since Christopher Nolan got out of the game.
Starring Will Arnett as The Dark Knight, Ralph Fiennes as Alfred, Michael Cera as Robin, and Zach Galifiankis as Joker.
Will Arnett's gravelly-voiced Dark Knight stole the show in last year's The Lego Movie
If you loved every colorful, uplifting moment of The LEGO Movie, you need to see the trailer for the spinoff, The LEGO Batman Movie. Will Arnett's saucy caped crusader is back in action, and this time, the main cast includes BatgirlShow More Summary
Warner Bros. Pictures has released the Comic-Con trailer for THE LEGO BATMAN MOVIE, featuring the voice talents of Will Arnett, Michael Cera, Zach Galifianakis, Rosario Dawson, Ralph Fiennes, and Mariah Carey. Chris McKay directed the film from a screenplay written by Seth Grahame-Smith. Show More Summary
And now for something completely different. Minutes after Ben Affleck at Batman dominated the JUSTICE LEAGE trailer, Will Arnett's Batman gets his moment in the Comic-Con sun...
Will Arnett revealed the first trailer for the upcoming animated spinoff The Lego Batman Movie during Warner Bros. Hall H Comic-Con panel.