Will Arnett

June 24, 2014 | 7:35 p.m.

‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ trailer: high on explosions, low on pizza

A new trailer has arrived for “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,” the upcoming film produced by explosioneer Michael Bay and directed by Jonathan Liebesman. True to form, it’s a riot of ninja moves, skateboard getaways and stuff blowing up all over New York City. However, there is still no pizza involved. What gives? There is a scene in which Megan Fox, as reporter April O’Neil, gets a talking to for recording the turtles with her iPhone. She also clarifies, when asked by fellow non-turtle Will Arnett, that the turtles are NOT aliens, so go ahead and put that mess out of your mind. Whoopi Goldberg also makes an appearance, but even more important there’s Shredder, the movie’s villain who is attacking the Big Apple. Shredder looks very angry and knife-y; Master Splinter, the rat sensei, is worried. The mutant ninjas, created by Kevin […]
Feb. 08, 2014 | 9:20 a.m.

‘Lego Movie': Will Arnett’s bad boy Batman influence? Christian Bale

“The Lego Movie” features Will Arnett tacking Batman’s brooding cool guy image to its logical extreme — idiocy. Directed by “Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs” and “21 Jump Street” filmmakers Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, “The Lego Movie” follows everybrick Emmet (Chris Pratt) as he tries to stop an evil tyrant (Will Ferrell) from gluing the universe together. Batman, the narcissistic goth boyfriend of Lego resistance fighter Wyldstyle (Elizabeth Banks), speaks in a growl, only builds with black bricks and dismisses Emmet’s every building idea. In an interview with Hero Complex, Arnett shared how he and the filmmakers found their post-Christian Bale Batman sound, how much input DC Comics had into the character and what his personal Lego-building style is. Hero Complex: At some point in the last 10 years or so our culture started taking superheroes very seriously, and none more […]
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