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Topic - Will Arnett
Not all rats look exactly alike, even animated ones. But there's a real resemblance between a rat in "The Nut Job," the new film by Peter Lepeniotis, and Remy, the main character in "Ratatouille," that wonderful 2007 Pixar film.
Netflix's "Arrested Development" continues to add to its already impressive cast roster.
The Emmy Awards were still a day away, but the Nokia Theatre was already abuzz Saturday as celebrities popped in to rehearse their lines for Sunday's ceremony.
Some of TV's top stars aren't just nominated for Emmy Awards; they're going to help present them.
NBC is betting on the Playboy club, Chelsea Handler and a raft of romantic comedies among the dozen new series it has ordered in its latest attempt to come back from a long slump that has made it television's fourth-place broadcast network.
With Steve Carell leaving, "The Office" needs a new boss. The List looks at possible candidates.
It's another boy for Amy Poehler and Will Arnett.
"We are gonna make the 'Arrested Development' movie," Mr. Arnett said. "And [creator] Mitch Hurwitz, who is really just a brilliant, brilliant guy, is in the process right now of concocting something that's really kind of unexpected, I think, that I really don't want to give away, but I think the fans are going to be really satisfied."
"I don't want to give away too much but there are a few people on this stage tonight who are a part of it," Mr. Arnett said with a smirk and a glance at Mr. O'Brien and Mr. Richter.