With all of LEGO's various movie-themed toy lines, video games and TV series, it seemed like the only thing missing from the brand was a feature-length animated movie -- and now it's on the way. Warner Bros. has released a full 'The LEGO Movie' trailer, featuring practically every one of our favorite figurines come to life.
Regardless of mixed fan reception to 'Arrested Development''s first original Netflix run, it seems near of every classic gag received a reprise, if not more in season 4. That said, we couldn't help notice a few stragglers like fan-favorite Franklin Delano Bluth getting left on the cutting room floor, but we can definitely expect a return in either season 5 or a movie, says creator Mitch Hurwitz!
It's impressive to consider how far ahead of time we learn of 'The Simpsons'' guest stars, given the lengthy production cycle, but the latest casting from the long-running FOX series is far from a case of 'Arrested Development.' Gob Bluth himself, Will Arnett, will lend his voice to a late 2013 episode of 'The Simpsons,' but what
tricks illusions might he play on Homer?
As you may have noticed, this is the week of Upfront presentations and today it's CBS who offered a peek at their fall 2013-2014 lineup. We're certainly inclined to check out Robin Williams and Sarah Michelle Gellar's single-camera 'The Crazy Ones,' as well as Chuck Lorre's latest show 'Mom,' Will Arnett's 'The Millers' and new dramas 'Hostages' and 'Intelligence,' so preview the newest offerings inside!
We knew from the moment Will Arnett officially joined 'Raising Hope' creator Greg Garcia's upcoming CBS comedy pilot, it meant bad news for the remainder of 'Up All Night.' Now, its latest casting might be bad news for another series, as 'Justified' Emmy-winner Margo Martindale has signed on for the pilot, making her future with FX's recently renewed 'The Americans' doubtful. Find out about Margo Martindale's new CBS Role with Will Arnett inside!
For weeks now the 'Up All Night's debacle has been kicking into high gear, as prior to shooting even one episode of the struggling NBC series' three-camera retool, series star Christina Applegate abandoned ship. Most recently, we'd heard that fellow stars Maya Rudolph and Will Arnett were eying their own departures, Rudolph disclosing a fourth pregnancy and Arnett being courted for a new multi-camera CBS pilot, and now the latter has been made official. Will Arnett will lead Greg Garcia's untitled new comedy, but is NBC still holding on to 'Up All Night?'
Many TV viewers and 'Up All Night' fans assumed the end was nigh the moment NBC announced it would put the struggling comedy on hiatus, and re-tool the single-camera sitcom into a three-camera laugh track effort. Yet even as show-runner Emily Spivey departed, the show appeared to be ready to start its new format until series star Christina Applegate dealt the most deadly blow yet, departing the show altogether. NBC still intends to salvage the show, but will new potential exits from Will Arnett and Maya Rudolph be the final nail in the coffin?
Will Arnett became a huge comedic force after his portrayal of Gob Bluth in 'Arrested Development,' and ever since he's been cracking us up with appearances in movies and television. In today's Way Back When, we take a look at Arnett's lesser-known work when he was just an actor trying to get our attention.