Animated sequel finds Chris Pratt's Emmet heading off into space to rescue his bricky besties from a new threat.
The actor returned to the red carpet on Thursday for the first time since he was fired from "Transparent" after sexual harassment allegations — and came in for major support from the cast of his show "Arrested Development."
Watch the official trailer for "Teen Titans GO! to the Movies," a film that features the same beloved characters as the popular Cartoon Network series, all getting together to take on Hollywood.
On "The $100,000 Pyramid," Super Bowl 50 MVP Von Miller took several seconds and multiple clues to remember former President Barack Obama’s first name.
Yahoo TV talked to executive producer Will Arnett and host Tommy Maitland about why they decided to bring the iconic, bizarre series back to life.
Will Arnett explained that David Sullivan was doing his business in Hollywood's version of a porta-potty on wheels.
The first one appears to be an April Fools’ caper that went the whole nine yards — Netflix Live is described as “Toasters toasting. … Experience life’s biggest thrills, right from the comfort of your couch.” Will Arnett narrates the electric and mind-blowing adventure of watching a burrito in the microwave! Next up is The President Show on Comedy Central, a new series apparently hosted by … the president?
Holy Banana Stand! 13 years ago today, we first met the Bluth Family and learned how to accurately imitate a chicken. In honor of Arrested Development officially becoming a teenager, and a man in the Jewish tradition, we present Five Things You Never Knew About the Pilot…
If you ask Will Arnett, he’ll say, “I don’t f—ing know! I know that everybody is game to do it. “Oh wow,” exclaimed Hale, “I’m by far the guy who has no clue what’s going on. Like, David Cross, Will Arnett, they tend to have some inside information, and hear stuff and all that kind of stuff.
Will Arnett, the voice behind Lego Batman in The Lego Movie and forthcoming The Lego Batman Movie, described his version of the classic character as “lonely, sad and brooding.” And when he joined us at Comic-Con on Friday, we wanted to know if his Batman would get along with other Batmans. “My favorite is Michael Keaton,” Arnett admitted. “Michael Keaton always has that slighty mischievous, there’s something going on a little bit beneath the surface. Watch Will Arnett breakdown the supporting cast and characters in The Lego Batman Movie: Tell us what you think! Hit us up on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or leave your comments below.
Since it’s Father’s Day this weekend, The Insider with Yahoo decided to ask some of our favorite stars what they inherited from their dads.
Hard-shelled superheroes are back in this sequel to their 2014 franchise reboot, also featuring Megan Fox, Will Arnett, and Laura Linney
Sometimes art imitates life and sometimes it goes the other way around — just ask Will Arnett, the star and co-creator of Flaked, a show about a 40-something man named Chip who is struggling with sobriety, a character that is more than loosely based on the star’s real life. The idea for the series came to Arnett in the summer of 2012, when he was in a “tricky place” in his life. Personally, his nine-year marriage to Amy Poehler (which is about a century by Hollywood standards) was coming to an end, as was his sitcom Up All Night.
In Flaked, Will Arnett plays a guy who hasn’t exactly lived up to his early promise: Unshaven in Venice, California, Arnett’s Chip bicycles to work in a storefront where he makes three-legged stools. Created by Arnett and Mark Chappell, who co-wrote all the episodes, Flaked premieres on Netflix on Friday, and it has a way more laid-back vibe than Arnett’s other two Netflix showcases, the antic cartoon Bojack Horseman and the saved-from-cancellation Arrested Development (that show’s creator, Mitchell Hurwitz, is a co-producer of Flaked). Chip lives across from his buddy Dennis (David Sullivan) and the two of them are attracted to a new girl in town, London (Ruth Kearney)—this, despite the fact that Chip is involved with Kara (Lina Esco), a musician he met in AA.