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By “movie” we don’t necessarily mean something theatrical. Indeed, I’ll be very surprised if we’re not just talking about a 90-minute something on Netflix.
Creator Mitch Hurwitz has just confirmed at the Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal that Arrested Development will definitely be back. Could it be returning as a movie?
Where will this leave the movie? We’ve had it pitched to us that this recent Netflix series was “act one” and a film would wrap up acts two and three.
There’s been some hypemongering talk of a possible fifth series or feature-length special, also funded by Netflix. I’d have paid it more heed if it didn’t seem perfectly timed to get headlines for the show just before the relaunch.
Tobias Fünke Asks Ron Howard To Insert Him Anywhere – Arrested Development Gets Interactive – UPDATED
This is a sizzle reel for Tobias Fünke’s new enterprise, a little filmmaking idea that he’s pitched to Ron Howard specifically. It’s like having a mango in your mouth.
This thing is chock full of gags but doesn’t even come close to giving away big plot details.
What the stars, and I suppose post-TV stars, of Arrested Development look like these days. Very much like the way they used to look, in fact.
These new Arrested Development posters distill the Bluths and Funkys down to a single prop each.
Four seasons and a movie or bust.
Due to the criss-crossing structure of Netflix’s new Arrested Development episodes, a quickly-shot cameo appearance could see a guest star popping up in any number of the chapters.
If Neck Braces And Meditation Are Key Plot Points This New Arrested Development Image Is Full Of Spoilers
Another image from the upcoming, Netflix-only fourth season of Arrested Development
More Bluth futures, including a Workaholics cameo.
Netflix are doing it right.
Something tells me that Arrested Development is going to be a success for Netflix: The Fox Fast press abd publicity website was listing the episode titles for the upcoming Netflix resurrection of Arrested Development but they’ve now taken them down. I’ve still got them here, …
Despite Mitch Hurtwitz’s previous comments, there seems to be a specific, preferred order to these episodes.
Arrested Development’s development is anything but.
The kids would call this a “meta” moment.
Cheap as chips.