New posters and a video clip for Arrested Development, starring Jason Bateman, Michael Cera, David Cross, Jessica Walter, Jeffrey Tambor, Alia Shawkat, Portia de Rossi, Tony Hale, Will Arnett, and Ron Howard (as narrator), have been released in anticipation of its fourth season, which will air on Netflix.
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Austin, Tex.’s Fun Fun Fun Fest may sometimes get lost in the shuffle between the Austin City Limits festival and the South by Southwest festival, which took place this past March and featured an appearance by Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band, but this year the event indeed lived up to its name, featuring a bevy of great acts.
The Grudge and Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants actress Amber Tamblyn, 29, married Arrested Development funnyman David Cross, 48, her beau of more than four years and her finace for one, on Saturday in a non-traditional, woodsy outdoor wedding that accentuated the colors of autumn.
The Bluths are back, and now there's visual evidence to prove it. Fox cancelled Arrested Development, starring Jason Bateman, Michael Cera, Portia de Rossi, Will Arnett, David Cross, and Jeffrey Tambor in 2006, but now the entire cast is returning for a fourth "reunion" season that will premiere on Netflix sometime next year.
Arrested Development cast members Will Arnett, David Cross, Alia Shawkat, Jeffrey Tambor and Jessica Walter, and creator Mitch Hurwitz appeared onstage together at Tuesday's Netflix-sponsored event in Las Vegas, getting fans riled up for the long-awaited fourth season.
All parents want their kids to have a good time at the movies, but too often it turns out to be at the expense of their own enjoyment. Adults sit through film after film of flat, unmotivated storylines that preach basic moral lessons, hoping their children will remain rapt for a couple of hours while they themselves fight off the urge to nap.
Since the heyday of Arrested Development, we’ve all known it’s hard to go wrong with David Cross. In the past, he has usually lit up the small screen as a supporting or character actor, systematically stealing scenes from leading men and women.
The ad promos were clever and funny. The resumes were impeccable. The night it airs, Tuesday, and the network it airs on, Fox, already has Glee, a hit show with long coattails that are ready to be ridden on.
When it comes to comedy, the process really is ninety-nine percent perspiration. Airplane! for example went through an extensive screening process that saw Jim Abrahams and the Zucker Brothers relentlessly scrutinize the film, removing jokes that fell flat and re-inserting new ones, resulting in a film many consider the greatest comedy of all time.
It looks like all the cautious speculation and hopeful rumors about an Arrested Development movie in the works have finally been confirmed. But wait, all you Bluth fans ... it gets even better. Not only will there be a film that picks up with the members of the Bluth family five years after the show's highly protested cancellation in 2006, treating the hiatus in real time, but the smart, critically acclaimed show will also return for nine to ten new television episodes, each centered around a different character, and what they've been up to in the meantime.
Fans of Arrested Development, get ready to celebrate. Days after actor Peter Serafinowicz said Arrested Development creator Mitch Hurwitz was writing the long-awaited film, Hurwitz has confirmed the rumors, and hopes to release the film within the year.