The cast of Arrested Development were joined by their significant others and a few famous friends when they hosted the premiere of their series's new Netflix episodes in Hollywood yesterday. Portia de Rossi cuddled with wife Ellen DeGeneres on the orange carpet, and the duo chatted with Portia's costars at the event. Meanwhile, Jason Bateman brought his wife, Amanda Anka, to the bash, and David Cross posed with his spouse, Amber Tamblyn. Aubrey Plaza dropped by the premiere's afterparty and talked with friend and The To Do List costar Alia Shawkat, who also posed alongside Michael Cera. One celebrity who wasn't at the premiere was John Krasinski, who will reportedly have a cameo in Arrested Development's upcoming episodes. No details have been revealed about John's guest appearance, but fans will be able to find out soon enough when all 15 episodes of the show hit Netflix on May 26.
Brace yourselves (or should I say blue yourselves?) because it's all happening: Arrested Development is set to hit Netflix on Sunday, May 26. At 12:01 a.m., 15 new episodes of the show (each one dedicated to an individual character) will be available for your marathoning pleasure. As an added bonus, this falls right in the middle of Memorial Day weekend, so you have no excuse not to finish 'em all before you head back to work on Tuesday.
Proof that the holidays truly bring loved ones together, Will Arnett and Amy Poehler were spotted in NYC together on Christmas Eve with sons Archie and Abel. Will and Amy announced their separation in September, but since then have occasionally been seen together, like at Amy's 41st birthday bash.
Will and Amy's split was one of the most shocking breakups of 2012, joining the likes of Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes, Heidi Klum and Seal, and Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis — which one surprised you? Professionally, 2013 is already looking up for both Will and Amy. Amy's hosting the Golden Globes with her real-life pal Tina Fey on Jan. 13 and is also nominated in the best actress in a TV musical or comedy, and Will's resuming his role of Gob Bluth in the highly anticipated return of Arrested Development.
From blindsiding breakups to amicable partings, 2012 brought on some shocking splits in Hollywood. Comedic power couple Will Arnett and Amy Poehler parted ways, while Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis finally confirmed their breakup. Heidi Klum and Seal had seven years and four kids together prior to calling it quits, and Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise called time after year five. Eva Longoria and Eduardo Cruz were together for just one year before their breakup. Longtime couples Tina and Joe Simpson, Danielle Spencer and Russell Crowe, as well as Peter Facinelli and Jennie Garth, parted. Tell us — which was the most shocking?
Be sure to check out the rest of our Best of 2012 coverage across the network!
Up All Night's second season promises some life-altering changes for the Brinkleys, and this week, we swung by the set during the taping of the show's upcoming premiere episode. Warning: a few spoilers lie ahead! The season kicks off with the unceremonious cancellation of Ava's talk show, putting both Ava (Maya Rudolph) and Reagan (Christina Applegate) out of a job. Meanwhile, fans can expect a new face on the sitcom: Reagan's brother, Scott (Luka Jones). With Reagan and Chris (Will Arnett) trading roles as the stay-at-home parent and the breadwinner, Chris decides to start a business venture with his brother-in-law.
Click through to hear more from the show's cast and producers on what's ahead this year and to see Maya and Christina in action filming a scene from the premiere episode. Up All Night returns to NBC on Sept. 20.
David Beckham brought his sons, Romeo, Cruz, and Brooklyn, to watch as the LA Kings defeated the New Jersey Devils in game six of the NFL finals to win the Stanley Cup last night. The four Beckhams hooted and hollered in the stands each time the Kings scored a goal, and in between all the action, snacked on nachos. David has become a regular in the stands at the Staples Center, having cheered on the team all season. He's in good company when it comes to supporting the hometown hockey squad. Will Arnett, Alyssa Milano, Zac Efron, and Ellen Page all turned out yesterday as well. Zac Efron had rink-side seats to witness the historic victory, as it's the first time in the Kings' 45-year existence that they've clinched hockey's top honor. It was a night with the guys for Zac, who officially split from Lily Collins recently. Will is a Canadian by birth, but clearly is a hockey fan no matter where he lives.
Christina Applegate and her Up All Night costars Will Arnett and Maya Rudolph got silly on the press line last night in LA at the Paley Center for Media. The trio was on hand for a panel about their NBC comedy, during which Christina said that, as a working mom herself, she feels like she's living the same life as her character! The cast also hinted that a second baby might be something that comes up as a possibility for Will and Christina's onscreen couple in the next season of the series. Will was back in LA for the event after hitting up the Met Gala with his wife Amy Poehler on Monday evening. She wore a gown by Fotini, and he sported a tux by Calvin Klein — check out all the pictures from the Met Gala in our gallery!
The second annual Comedy Central Comedy Awards took over NYC's Hammerstein Ballroom Saturday night with big names in the funny business stepping out for the show. Amy Poehler, in a bold Black Halo dress, posed with her husband Will Arnett on the red carpet before she picked up the statue for best TV comedy actress for her work on Parks and Recreation. Maya Rudolph and her Bridesmaids costar Kristen Wiig were both honored, with Kristen winning for best comedy screenplay and Maya and the rest of the cast landing the title of best comedy film. Other stars, including Jim Carrey, Chris Rock, Chevy Chase, and Tracy Morgan, took the stage to present. To see all the winners and watch the laughs, check out Comedy Central on May 6 when the show airs.
Documentarian Morgan Spurlock took on the country's growing health epidemic in Super Size Me and the expansive advertising industry in The Greatest Movie Ever Sold, but now he's tackling an even bigger issue: manscaping. In the trailer for Spurlock's new film, Mansome, Will Arnett and Jason Bateman work with Spurlock to get to the bottom of why men's maintenance has become more important than ever in recent years, with the help of some celebs as well as everyday guys.
Clearly this movie isn't as serious as the director's previous projects, but it does look kind of hilarious. Arnett and Bateman have perfected their bro-chemistry (thanks to Arrested Development), and I definitely got a kick out of them in mud masks. While I'm still not sure about the balance between funny and fact, I'm happy to listen to Zach Galifianakis wax poetic about facial hair any day. The flick premiered this week at Tribeca, but it won't be open in theaters until May 18. Take a look at the trailer after the jump.