Finally surrendering to public demand that the Bluths once again present themselves as a family unit, Will Arnett, Jason Bateman, Michael Cera, David Cross, Portia de Rossi, Tony Hale, Alia Shawkat, Jeffrey Tambor, and Jessica Walter, and Arrested Development creator Mitch Hurwitz will be reuniting for an exclusive panel October 2nd at the New Yorker Festival. Finally, we'll get a definitive answer on what's going on with the movie! And then maybe some answers about if Henry Winkler is as nice as he seems or something. Interested parties can purchase tickets here beginning at noon tomorrow. Be quick, and pray the terrorists don't find out how vulnerable our future sitcom-based-movie dreams will be at that time. This is like having all the branches of government in a single room together, to talk about Blue Man Group double entendres.
Limbs, parental love, that thing you cherished that you let go to see if it was always yours or if it was never meant to be: when some things go, no matter how beautiful, they're gone for good, and you have to accept that. And while it's looking more and more like our beloved A... / Continue →
Confirming once again that this series is legitimately happening (let's say confirming for the last time, because I don't really want to ruin something we've been waiting six years for), and that it has not been re-cast with the stars of Workaholics, here's a look at Jason Bate... / Continue →
As tweeted by Ron Howard, "IT'S ALIVE": Arrested Development's straight-to-Netflix series revival continues to be actually happening, and according to Jason Bateman, shooting begins in just four weeks. Providing some evidence for these still-unbelievable claims, Howard and Bate... / Continue →