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Jimmy Kimmel lampooned Johnny Carson's final 'Tonight Show' with a song for 'Late Late Show' guest host Will Arnett. All the feels.
'The Academy Awards', potential stranger danger on 'The Walking Dead', and the 'Downton Abbey' season finale.
Honest Trailers takes on the surprisingly-heartwarming LEGO commercial made feature film, 'The LEGO Movie'.
Will Arnett is bringing his new show to Netflix, the home of 'Arrested Development' and 'BoJack Horseman'.
Will Arnett, Chris Miller and Phil Lord give us some details on what to expect from 2017's 'The LEGO Batman Movie'.
Honest Trailers has finally cowabunga'd all over the 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' reboot, AKA "Corporate Cash-Grab Reboot Turtles".
In his role as unofficial Batman overseer, Christopher Nolan played an unexpected role in the early days of 'The LEGO Movie'.
The Will Arnett sitcom curse continues as CBS gives 'The Millers' the axe.
Amy Poehler's description of divorce is devastating.
If you thought Will Arnett's sarcastic, self-important, Bale-parodying Batman was the highlight of 'The Lego Movie', get ready for this.
You may not always recognize them, but plenty of our favorite celebrities' voices are pushing products from cars to insurance.
Over two years since the last episode, IFC announced "The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret" will be returning.
Ranking the new shows since 2004 that should have been great, but instead ended up being bland at best and terrible at worst.
We've got Barbershop 2 and excuses to post Kate Upton gifs, everyone.
On Friday, Netflix's first original animated series 'BoJack Horseman' debuts, and here is what critics are already saying about it.
Conan O'Brien was taping last night's episode when the news of Robin Williams' death broke. Watch their reaction and a classic video here.
Will Arnett confirms the fifth season of 'Arrested Development' during this clip from 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon'.
Karate Piñata is the newest game on The Tonight Show and probably one of the more fun if Will Arnett's laughter is any indication.
Paramount has released several new videos from 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles', opening this Friday whether you want it or not.