Since it is Friday and we know that you are probably on Indiana Jones overload at this point, we thought that it might be time to have a little fun. The photo above is from the New York set of the upcoming Disney/Touchstone comedy When in Rome. The man facing us is obviously Will Arnett, who plays one of a band of wannabe lovers that is after a hot young NY art curator, played by Kristen Bell, after she steals coins from a roman fountain. The girl in the foreground is Bell, if you have not figured that out yet.

Here is what we want to know: What is Will Arnett thinking at the moment when this photo was taken?

As for the movie, it is being directed by Mark Steven Johnson, who previously brought us films such as Daredevil and Ghost Rider. Considering this film is (a) being produced under the Walt Disney banner and (b) clearly a romantic comedy, I am not sure where Johnson fits. As well, the rest of the supporting cast is a gang of usual suspects — Jon Heder, Dax Shepard, comedian Dat Phan, Josh Duhamel (probably the guy who actually gets the girl) and Danny DeVito (although DeVito has a chance). This one is about as spastic as Oli Stone’s W. when it comes to casting. Don’t be surprised if it comes out the other side as Kristen Bell’s hotness mixed with a bunch of bad acting and three great lines of dialogue from DeVito. Oh, and someone’s head must catch on fire.

Feel free to drop your Will Arnett thought bubble captions below.

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