That's such good news!
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We wonder how Mr. Banana Grabber is going to feel about this betrayal?!
While everyone fell in love with Will Arnett's portrayal of Batman in The LEGO: Movie, the seasoned comedian is bringing in an old friend to boost his superhero animated spin-off.
It was announced on Thursday that Will's Arrested Development co-star Michael Cera had been cast as Robin in the LEGO franchise.
Warner Bros. has yet to give the spin-off an official title, but we do know that it's going to hit theaters Feb. 10, 2017.
That gives the Academy almost two more years to digest the fact that the original film was snubbed at the Oscars, and perhaps right their wrong.
Which other members of the Bluth-Fünke fam would you like to see voice the Justice League??
Thank you Netflix!
The streaming site has given us what looks like a perfect prequel to the sublimely silly cult classic Wet Hot American Summer!
In the first full trailer, we not only see returning stars Elizabeth Banks, Marguerite Moreau, Michael Ian Black, Bradley Cooper, Judah Friedlander, Janeane Garofalo, Joe Lo Truglio, Ken Marino, Christopher Meloni, Amy Poehler, Michael Showalter, David Hyde Pierce, Paul Rudd, Zak Orth, and Molly Shannon…
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to get your first full look at the most star-studded summer of all time! then wait patiently in front of your screen for all episodes to drop July 31!
We just blue ourselves over this news!
Although, when we would see the dysfunctional family return on screen was still up in the air!
On Tuesday, the 63-year-old still didn't give a specific date on Adam Carolla's podcast, BUT he did reveal that season five of the cult comedy series would start production January or February of 2016!!
The even better news? The new episodes could premiere as early as
Michael Cera's surprise album true that is the bomb…dare we say, it's the Sex Bob-omb!
In a move that was certainly an arresting development, Michael released a new album yesterday on Bandcamp, and trust us when we say you're going to want to treat your ears to multiple listens.
Michael's musician skills can already be found in songs featured in Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist, and even in Juno's soundtrack.
He's also a bassist in the band Mister Heavenly, and he even did mandolin and background vocals for Weezer's Hang On.
Such a musical wunderkind!
What's the most important thing? No, it's not breakfast…it's true that!
You can listen to the tracks and buy the album HERE!
Season five of the popular show is most definitely coming for you.
The chief content officer of Netflix, Ted Sarandos, confirmed the news for rabid fans in an interview about the streaming service's content.
It looks like Lindsay Bluth’s business ‘Mommy, What Will I Look Like?’ works for first cousins too!
Because THAT looks an awful lot like the love child of George Michael and Maeby!
An Arrested Development fan spotted the painting (above) hanging in a Spanish art museum and thought to himself, “…her?”
But then he thought, “wait…that kind of looks like Michael Cera! But with the curly brown locks of Alia Shawkat!”
OMG! It’s uncanny!
The actual doppelgänger is named Doña Carmen Arconada and was painted by Ignacio Zuloaga in the 1940s! Little did she know while sitting for this that someday, two cousins dangereux would be falling for each other on a mildly successful FOX sitcom!
K, well now we want to fly to Europe and see this work of art for ourselves! And we’re sure we’re not alone!
An important rule to remember though AD fans, if you do head to Spain to see this painting…
Taste the happy, Perezcious readers!
We're crying tears of joy to hear that Arrested Development will most likely be BACK on Netflix for a fifth season!
Talks are underway on renewing the Bluth bunch and bringing them back to the streaming site. This spring saw the cult comedy, starring Jason Bateman, return with new episodes for the first time in seven years!
And creator Mitch Hurwitz says he's ready to do it again! AD Season 4 was met with mixed reviews but that's not slowing Hurwitz down from penning new episodes! He said: