Canadian actor Will Arnett is attached to star in and produce "Space Invader" at Fox Atomic.
There's more to come from Will Arnett for the years ahead for sure. Variety has learned that the funnyman has been plotted to topline a comedic feature titled "Space Invader" of which script has successfully been purchased by Fox Atomic.
No details yet on the film's plot except that it will focus on a love triangle, but it is confirmed that Robbie Brenner and John Davis are both set to executive produce. Meanwhile, seating as producers are Principato Young Entertainment's Peter Principato and Paul Young plus Arnett, who also helped developing the script written by duo Mike Lisbe and Nate Reger.
Arnett, a Toronto native, initially built his path in show business through an appearance in a 1996 movie entitled "Close Up" before coming to prominence as George "Gob" Bluth II in TV series "Arrested Development." Apart from "Invader", his other future starring vehicles include "Spring Breakdown", "Semi-Pro", "Get 'Em Wet", and "Most Likely to Succeed."