Arrested development star Will Arnett to voice Sweettooth character in Sony film twisted metal TV series.
According to a press release from NBC Universal’s Peacock Network, where the show will air, Arnett will play the iconic PlayStation character in the series. Sweet Tooth is described as a “chaos lover” who uses Lost Vegas as a personal killing field while driving his apocalyptic ice cream truck across the land.
Arentt is also an executive producer on the show, and has a history of voiceover work in both animation and video games. His credits include Batman in The LEGO Movie, King of the Hill, Despicable Me, The Cleveland Show, The Simpsons, Teen Titans Going to the Movies, and more.
In video games, he voiced Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, LEGO Dimensions, and most recently, the Dragon King in Little Tina’s Wonderland.
Nominated for seven Primetime Emmys, three SAG Awards, and many others as an actor, he played the hilarious Gob Bluth in Arrested Development, Detective Terry Seattle in Murderville, and Play roles in a series of unfortunate events (TV series), 30 Rock, The Millers, Todd Margaret’s increasingly bad decisions, and more.
Other actors previously confirmed for the series include The Winter Soldier’s Anthony McKay, who is also executive producer, and Stephanie Beatriz, who played the pretty good Rosa on Brooklyn Nine-Nine. , Thomas Harden Chapel (Spider-Man: No Way Home, Wings, Sideways, Ned & Stacy) and Neve Campbell (Scream Series, Craft, Party of Five) will have frequent cameo roles.
The half-hour live-action TV series based on the Twisted Metal PlayStation franchise has been described as a “high-octane action comedy” series. In it, McGee plays an outsider and offers a chance for a better life, but only if he can deliver a mysterious package in a post-apocalyptic wasteland. With the help of a “trigger-happy car thief,” the two will speed through the wasteland and try to avoid savage predators bent on murder and destruction.
Based on an original work by Deadpool and Zombies writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, the show is produced by Michael Jonathan Smith (Cobra Kai) and Sakurai Kitao (The Eric Andre Show) Will executive produce and direct multiple episodes.