After a brief marketing stint that revealed a batch of 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' posters, the new trailer for the Jonathan Liebesman-directed, Michael Bay-produced, live-action 'TMNT' movie has hit the web.
With Netflix about to unveil 'Orange Is the New Black' season 2 this Friday, the streaming service debuted a first look at one of its other original series coming up. Animated comedy 'BoJack Horseman' gave life to its first full trailer, starring the likes of 'Arrested Development''s Will Arnett, 'Breaking Bad''s Aaron Paul, and even 'Community' alum Alison Brie, but is it any good?
Chris Pratt is a mini-figure living in the not-so-mini world of 'The LEGO Movie,' which brings together some of your favorite LEGO characters to life on the big screen and gives them the voices of Elizabeth Banks, Will Arnett, Liam Neeson and more! Warner Bros. has released a batch of nine new clips from the animated film so you can preview all the silly humor one can expect from a movie starring Andy Dwyer from 'Parks and Recreation.'
Animated animals have long been used as cuddly, fluffy stand-ins for actual human beings and their fraught interactions, and director Peter Lepeniotis' 'The Nut Job doesn’t break from that tradition in the slightest, using the hungry inhabitants of a sunny park to frame up an allegory about political machinations and maneuvering.
No. Really. That’s what 'The Nut Job,' an animated film about squirrels trying to steal nuts from a local nut shop, is about. Politics.
Most of Netflix's original series have proven themselves of exceptional quality, but will the streaming service have the same taste in adult animated series? We'll find out, as 2014 brings original animated series 'BoJack Horseman,' starring the vocal talents of 'Arrested Development''s Will Arnett and 'Breaking Bad' star Aaron Paul.
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?