Welcome to WillArnett.org, your newest fan site on the web dedicated to Canadian comedian Will Arnett. You may recognize him in television series such as "Arrested Development" where he plays Gob Bluth, Devon Banks from "30 Rock", Chris Brinkley from "Up All Night", Steven Wilde from "Running Wilde" or films such as Jonah Hex, Despicable Me, and When in Rome. Will Arnett's projects currently in the making consist of CBS's new television series "The Millers" and films: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, The Lego Movie and The Nut Job. We aim to provide you with the most up-to-date content on Will bringing you all the latest news and photos. We hope you enjoy the site and be sure to come back for frequent updates!
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014)
Role: Vernon Fenwick
Release: June 6, 2014 Information | Photos | IMDb
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1 promo of Will Arnett from Season 1 of The Millers have been added, huge thanks to Jennifer and ZacharyQuinto.org! I’ve also finally got around and added 7 high resolution stills of Will in last week’s episode of The Millers: “Internet Dating” as well as 297 HD screencaps. Check them out!
When Nathan helps Carol set up her profile on an Internet dating site, he and Ray get so excited about one of her potential suitors, they start corresponding with him, pretending to be Carol.
VanityFair.com — Your character, Nathan, on The Millers spends a commendable amount of time with his family. In real life, how long do you think you’d last if you were in that close of proximity to your family? How do I say this diplomatically, because my mom reads Vanity Fair? Let me put it this way: I had a great time living with them growing up. But if the situation arose that I had to live with them now, I see myself going insane within 72 hours. I am blessed with awesome parents, but you need to have a finish line—like 10 days or whatever.
I love that a universe exists where J. B. Smoove, who plays Nathan’s friend, is in the same show as Margo Martindale. And not only that, but their characters become buddies. I think that one of the great things that we have going for us is we have such a diverse cast. J.B., who I think is so hilarious and know from the days that he was a writer on S.N.L., him bringing that vibe with someone like Margo, who is such an accomplished dramatic actor and also a genius comedic actor as it turns out, their energies really complement each other, because they come from such different worlds. And I love that their characters have weirdly become allies. Sometimes I will come into a scene and I feel like it is them versus me. It’s a weird pairing but hilarious.
I just watched the episode where J.B. takes Margo’s character to get a bikini wax. We have an episode where J.B. and I try to get Margo to go on a date, and it is awesome. J.B. and I find her a guy on a dating Web site and, as it turns out, my character thinks that this guy looks really cool and I’m way more into the date than she is. J.B. is into it, too, and he is prepping her for her big date and it is hilarious.
The latest trailer for The Lego Movie is out! Check it out below! Will Arnett lents his voice as Batman. For more information on the animation, check out the official IMDb page. The Lego Move releases on February 7th, 2014.
Check out the new promo for The Millers next episode “The Talk” which airs this Thursday, November 14th! I’ve added 7 stills to our photo gallery – huge thanks to Crystal. Visit our Stills: 1×07 The Talk album for more photos or watch the preview below.
1×07 The Talk – When Carol finds out that Tom never had “the talk” with Nathan about the birds and the bees, she insists it’s not too late to gather the family together and do it now.
For those interested, the 8th episode of The Millers (airing on the 21st) is called “Internet Dating” – When Nathan helps Carol set up her profile on an Internet dating site, he and Ray get so excited about one of her potential suitors, they start corresponding with him, pretending to be Carol. Fred Dryer guest stars as Sarge, Carol’s Internet date. The co-hosts of “The Talk” make a cameo appearance.
264 HD screencaps of Will Arnett in The Millers episode: “Stuff” have been added to our photo gallery. I’ve added a few stills from it as well as stills from previous episodes, many thanks to Crystal! You can check out our new album Screencaps: 1×06 Stufffor screencaps or Stills: 1×06 Stuff for stills. Enjoy!
Will Arnett visited the David Letterman Show on October 28th promoting his new show “The Millers”. He shared a few childhood memories, how he was as a child as well as his few cool poses to get a girl. You can check out the hilarious interview below!
Will Arnett is featured in Best Buy’s Holiday Commercial “Twas”. I’ve also added 37 high definition screen captures from the commercial and 85 high definition screencaps from the outtakes to our gallery. You can check out the outtakes by clicking here.
I’ve added 360 high definition screen captures of Will Arnett in 1×04 The Mother Is In from The Millers, and 336 high definition screen captures of him in 1×05 Giving the Bird. 1×06: “Stuff” will be airing tonight, November 7th on CBS! You can read the summary of tonight’s episode below, as well as catch a glimpse of the sneak preview!
Nathan hatches a plan to get his parents back together by showing them all of their sentimental family possessions in the hopes it will make them remember the good times they’ve had.
177 screencaps of Will Arnett in “Sex and the City” have been added to our photo gallery. Will Arnett guest stars in Season 2, Episode 12: La Douleur Exquise where he plays Jack, a man still living with his parents who has an affair with Miranda Hobbes, played by Cynthia Nixon. He’s pretty hilarious in it, if you haven’t seen it you should check it out!