1. stupidfuckingquestions:

    Will Arnett improvising as Gob Bluth on Inside the Actor’s Studio

    This was perfection.

  2. 'Arrested Development' will return soon, says Will Arnett

    "I know that there’s been a lot of talk," said Arnett. "The truth is that we are actually just trying to figure out exactly how we’re going to do it.

    "There is a plan to do something - I don’t want to say exactly what it’s going to be yet, but we are actively talking about how it’s going to come together in its next form.

    "Needless to say, we are going to continue on in telling the story of the Bluths and it will be sooner rather than later."

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  3. Fantastic news! 

    (Source: twitter.com)

  4. stoopidsarah:

    Famous Friendships: Will Arnett & Jason Bateman

    • "You know Jason and I love each other. I mean, he loves me, and I like him."
    • "Will is one of the funniest guys I know. He has seen it all and done it all and come out the other end pretty savvy and pretty strong."

    I want a friendship like this one.

    (Source: geiszlerian, via picklesandwine)

  5. Heh. 

    (Source: twitter.com)

  6. I want a friendship like this one.

  7. Why go to a banana stand when we can make your banana stand?
I give you Jason and Will!!
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    Why go to a banana stand when we can make your banana stand?

    I give you Jason and Will!!

    (Source: facebook.com)

  8. New York, I love you, but you’re bringing me down. 

    (Source: twitter.com)

  9. Will Arnett Explains the Origins of His Arrested Development Chicken Dance

    To decide what Gob’s bad impression of a chicken might be, Arnett consulted on set in 2003 with series executive producers Mitch Hurwitz and James Vallely. They all tried out different versions for each other. “Jimmy started doing a little bit, then Mitch got up and did some, and then I began trying things,” remembers Arnett. “Picture three grown men hopping around, working out what it would be … They were pitching this really taunting dance, but I wanted to give it this very sharp, almost roosterlike, chest-sticking-out mannerism, like a real macho bravado dance.” And how did clapping get introduced to the move? “Because I wanted it to be only sort of threatening.”

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