Will Arnett

Andy Samberg, Wanda Sykes and Will Arnett help ‘Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands’ shine

Our verdict on the the star-studded Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, Weird West, Stranger of Paradise and Apple’s brand spanking new iPad Air. Whether you’re getting ready for a bit of a gaming release lull, looking to enjoy some A-list Hollywood talent or want a fun romp with or without friends, Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is just one of a few new games worth checking out this month. Let’s explain why…
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Amy Poehler and Will Arnett: The Way They Were

Before Amy Poehler and Will Arnett split in 2012, they were one of Hollywood's funniest couples — both on-screen and off. The Murderville star first encountered the Saturday Night Live alum in 1996, when he saw her perform with her improv comedy group, Upright Citizens Brigade. Arnett later said that he had a crush on […]

Hear Thom Yorke & Jonny Greenwood On Jason Bateman, Will Arnett, & Sean Hayes’ SmartLess Podcast

Thom Yorke and Jonny Greenwood stopped by Jason Bateman, Will Arnett, and Sean Hayes’ comedy podcast SmartLess podcast to talk about their new band, the Smile, which they recently formed with Sons Of Kemet drummer Tom Skinner. During their wide-ranging conversation, Yorke and Greenwood talked about how the Smile formed immediately prior to COVID lockdown and Yorke sending vocals remotely to producer Nigel Godrich.

Conan O'Brien, left, and Will Arnett in the first episode of "Murderville."

‘Murderville’ review: Despite Will Arnett’s comedic talents, the celebrity-filled improv series threatens a detour to Dullsville. Will Arnett plays your quintessential lone-wolf police detective who’s reluctantly paired with a new partner each episode in the Netflix comedy “Murderville,” which is premised on a central gimmick: A different celebrity guest who has zero knowledge of the script joins him each time as his latest detective-in-training, and together they must solve a crime. Some on the roster, such as Conan ...

Will Arnett On 'Brutal' Amy Poehler Split: 'I Cried For An Hour' In My Car

Will Arnett is getting real about how difficult it was dealing with divorce in the public eye. Arnett and ex-wife Amy Poehler's split had sparked an enormous amount of online commentary when they announced their separation in 2012 after nine years of marriage. They had often worked together, with Mindy Kaling even describing their relationship as the ideal in her bestselling memoir "Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me?"

Will Arnett Says He ‘Cried For A Hour’ On The Side Of A Road After Breaking Up With Amy Poehler

For every 20 celebrity couples you couldn’t care less about, there’s that one couple that seems so perfectly matched that you can’t help but find yourself rooting for them—and crushed if their romance doesn’t work out. For many people, Will Arnett and Amy Poehler were that couple. And as Arnett recently told The Guardian, their divorce—following the birth of their second child—marked a very “weird” time for the actor, especially given that the whole world seemed to be grieving their break-up.

Will Arnett on his divorce from Amy Poehler: ‘I pulled over to the side of the road and cried for an hour’

Arrested Development star Will Arnett has opened up about his separation from Amy Poehler.In 2012, Arnett and Parks and Recreation actor and comedian Poehler announced that they were splitting up after nine years of marriage. They divorced in 2016 to the shock of fans, many of whom had thought of their union as the model of a perfect relationship.“People talk about you like they know you and they talk about your relationship as if they know what’s going on,” Arnett told The Guardian in a new interview.“So imagine how weird that is. It’s brutal with any relationship, and we...