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THE LEGO BATMAN MOVIE

WILL ARNETT (Batman) has been an extremely busy man of late. He recently served as co-creator, co-writer, executive producer and star of his Netflix comedy series "Flaked." In it, Arnett plays Chip, a self-appointed guru who falls for the object of his best friend's fascination. The series premiered in 2016 and was renewed for a second season. Arnett also currently lends his voice as the star of the Netflix animated comedy "BoJack Horseman," which was renewed for a fourth season. He is currently is filming the feature comedy "Show Dogs."

On television, Arnett is best known for his work on the Emmy Award-winning Fox sitcom "Arrested Development," where he portrayed Gob Bluth for three seasons and earned his first Emmy nomination. After seven years off the air, the show made its highly anticipated return with new episodes on Netflix in May 2013.

In the film world, Arnett continues to cement his leading man status with a number of high-profile projects. He most recently was seen as Vernon Fenwick in Michael Bay's summer smash "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" and "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows." In 2014, Arnett starred as the voice of Batman in the box office hit "The LEGO Movie." He also lent his voice as Surly in the animated comedy "The Nut Job." Arnett's additional feature credits include "Jonah Hex," "When in Rome," "G-Force," "Semi Pro," "Blades of Glory," "The Brothers Solomon,' "RV," "Monster-In-Law," "The Broken Giant," "Southie" and "Ed's Next Move." His voice has also been heard in "Monsters vs. Aliens," "Horton Hears a Who" and "Ice Age 2: The Meltdown."

Previously, Arnett starred on CBS's hit comedy series "The Millers," and appeared opposite Christina Applegate and Maya Rudolph in NBC's "Up All Night." He could also be seen on Fox's comedy series "Running Wilde," opposite Kerri Russell, which he starred in and wrote alongside writer/director Mitch Hurwitz. Arnett also frequently guest starred on NBC's "30 Rock," for which he received four Emmy nominations for his portrayal of Devon Banks. He also lent his voice to Fox's animated sitcom "Sit Down, Shut Up," and was a regular on the NBC comedy series "The Mike O'Malley Show." His additional television credits include guest-starring roles on "Parks and Recreation," "Sex and the City," "The Sopranos," "Boston Public," "Third Watch," "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," and "Will & Grace."

Off screen, Arnett can be heard in a variety of commercials, most notably as the voice of GMC Trucks. In August 2014, he launched Electric Avenue, a production company which will develop and produce content across all platforms. The company has inked a first-look deal at CBS TV Studios.

He currently splits his time between New York and Los Angeles.

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