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“Computer, how do I put Joker in Arkham Asylum? Quickest route, no freeways,” asks Batman in the new trailer for Lego Batman, which debuted Saturday in Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con.
Arnett first voiced the Dark Knight in 2014’s Lego Movie, which was directed by Phil Lord and Chris Miller. Chris McKay, who worked as an animation co-director on the pic, is directing the spinoff film from a script by Pride and Prejudice and Zombies writer Seth Grahame-Smith.
Arnett and McKay were on hand at Comic-Con, where they talked about the animated feature during Warner Bros.’ presentation, which was moderated by Conan O’Brien.
While taking questions, one audience member asked Arnett when he is going to play a live-action Batman.
“On the way out here, we literally ran into Ben Affleck,” Arnett said of DC’s current live-action Dark Knight, who also visited Hall H for Zach Snyder’s Justice League. “And he asked me the same question!”
Lego Batman is currently under construction and is set to hit theaters Feb. 10, 2017.
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