I knew following the New Yorker’s Twitter account would eventually pay off. Today at New Yorker Fest, the latest news about the long rumored Arrested Development movie. Calling this project ‘on again off again’, is an insult to understatements. The news today? Not only is the movie on, AD creator want’s to do a season […]
I’m not sure it’s worth posting, but we’ve had a good 3-5 months where no one involved has said the movie ISN’T happening. And now Jeffrey Tambor has added further confirmation to creator Mitch Hurwitz’s hints from February. So there’s that. No, it’s all going straight, everyone’s on board, I know they’re writing, and maybe […]
Well, this is good news. 2 reports in a row on the ‘Arrested Development’ movie being on. Shouldn’t some key grip or something come out next week saying the movie isn’t happening? Yes, it’s true: According to GQ, both star Will Arnett and Mitch Hurwitz, creator of the beloved cult Fox sitcom, have verified that […]
I told you! I told you! Last week, when David Cross was quoted as saying the Arrested Development movie would never get made, I told you it would only be a matter of time before another cast member directly contradicted him. I said it would be 2 months or so, but it took only a […]
“It’s not going to happen“. “I mean, there’s so many people involved. Everyone’s doing their own thing, you know. And everybody’s aged. It’s just not going to happen. I’m sure I speak for everybody when I say we’d love for it to happen, we’d love to work on it, but just I don’t think… not […]
At a recent Snowman protest, one protester carried a familiar sign. President Obama, this is a movement you need to pay attention to.
“We don’t have a completed script yet, but it’s forthcoming and we’re going to make the movie this year.”
Life imitates art when the wrong twin is released from prison after a visit from his twin brother. Then this from Chris Piascik who I haven’t linked to recently, but whose handiwork adorns the fancy logo up on top of this blog.
““Arrested Development” creator Mitchell Hurwitz and his co-executive producer James Vallely are working on a screenplay for the long-debated feature version of their short-lived Fox series.“”
Or as A Whole Lotta Nothing put it, Finally, something we can agree on. Via graysky.