SuperheroHype got their hands on some of our first images of Megan Fox from Michael Bay’sTeenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. It may not be a jumpsuit but this yellow jacket is probably the closest we’ll get to April O’Neil’s classic look in the movie. One more shot of her by a news van with co-star Will Arnett after the jump.
Batman got all of the DC Comics heroes to join him for the sequel to his first LEGO video game, Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes, but how would you like to sit back, relax, and watch their crazy hijinks without having to lift a finger? Now you can thanks to LEGO Batman The Movie – DC Super Heroes Unite…which I had no idea was happening until now (apparently it was announced at NYCC). However, we did know Batman and Superman would be making an appearance in the LEGO movie hitting theaters February 2014 called Lego: The Piece of Resistance (starring Chris Pratt, Will Arnett, Morgan Freeman, and Elizabeth Banks). While a lot of these scenes will look familiar to you, they are straight from the game, it is legit and will be released on blu-ray, DVD and digital download in early 2013. Are you excited?
The live-action/CG animated Lego: The Piece of Resistance is getting built pretty fast. They’ve just added Morgan Freeman and Elizabeth Banks as voice actors. So, will they play minifigs we already know or original plastic people?
A LEGO film seems long overdue considering the toy properties that have gotten Hollywood’s attention over the last few years but will this one be a hit? I’m gonna go ahead and say yes considering this news. The film, titled Lego: The Piece of Resistance, will bring Batman and Superman together on the big screen for the first time in special cameos. Hit the jump to find out who will be voicing them and whether or not other franchise characters could be joining them!
The Hollywood Reporter has learned that Sharon Osbourne will be doing a guest spot on NBC‘s Up All Night, playing herself, cast as a rival TV host to Maya Rudolph‘s character Ava Alexander. Not only that, but Henry Winkler will be playing Rudolph’s father in the very same episode. And then, I exploded. Because that might be too much excellence to deal with in one half-hour.
We know, we know. We keep covering the Arrested Development movie as if we don’t know it’s definitely going to happen, even though we know that it is, along with a new series that will be streamed exclusively on Netflix. (It is Definitely Happening in 2013.) However, we like to make sure that all of our ducks are in a row. In this case, the cast and original writing staff. Good news: all those ducks have signed on to write the new series and screenplay. They even have an office and parking spaces!
We would never lie to you about this: Late yesterday, news broke that Arrested Development creator Mitch Hurwitz was shopping around an abbreviated series of the show — nine or ten new episodes — that will air on either Showtime or Netflix. Yes, you heard that correctly: Netflix. And also, new episodes of Arrested Development. And yes, the movie is still happening.
No, really guys: It’s going to happen. Probably. No, seriously. After all these years of conflicting reports and non-committal stars, Will Arnett talked about the Arrested Development movie on Marc Maron‘s podcast, WTF With Marc Maron, and said that the script is in the works. Which is what they always say, but okay. But he also said it should be in theaters next year. Wait, what? Okay, we’re listening.