Will Arnett stars as a cop who goes undercover with his canine partner in the asinine trailer for Show Dogs.
Will Arnett took the stage in Val Kilmer's full suit from Batman Forever during the 'Everything is Awesome' Oscar performance.
This news reporter and her photographer may have taken out some foot soldiers, with April holding Raphael's trademark weapons.
Everything is awesome in the world of LEGO. Watch as one man is tasked with saving his kind from the dastardly Metal Beard, in theaters this February.
Jonathan Liebesman directs Megan Fox, Will Arnett and Alan Ritchson on the New York based set of this upcoming live-action reboot.
The actress is seen jumping on a trampoline in this first video footage from the NYC based shoot.
Will Arnett is spotted alongside the actress, with his character revealed as April's cameraman Vernon Fenwick.
The Arrested Development star will not be playing Casey Jones in director Jonathan Liebesman's reboot starring Megan Fox.
Jason Bateman leads the cast of this cult sitcom's highly anticipated return, on Netflix spring of 2013.
Directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller talk about their upcoming CGI animated project, which stars the voices of Will Arnett as Batman and Channing Tatum as Superman.
The actor will appear in five of the six all-new episodes, with The Smiths' Johnny Marr returning to score the series.
Christina Applegate stars in the NBC comedy about a working mom and stay-at-home dad.
Other major guest stars will also show up during the May 19 finale where the replacement for Steve Carell's Michael Scott will be announced.
David Cross will return for the further adventures of an American sales rep transplanted to London.
Minnie Driver, Keri Russell and Will Arnett have also been cast in this new drama about a teenager who attends a ritzy private school.
The star of the new Fox sitcom discusses the first season.
Josh Brolin, Will Arnett, John Gallagher Jr., and director Jimmy Hayward take us behind-the-scenes of this upcoming DC Comics adaptation.
The cable channel moves in a more comedic direction with their new television lineup.