However dumbfounding, we've known for awhile now that our beloved 'Arrested Development' will return in 2013 as a 10-episode series released simultaneously on Netflix. As time goes on, we've even learned of some incredible casting announcements from the 'Workaholics' guys to 'Mad Men's John Slattery, But are you ready for the greatest news of all? At least one 'Arrested Development' star is saying we might get more than 10 episodes! Just how many episodes are there in the banana stand?
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If there's one person who could probably go toe-to-toe with 'Arrested Development's Lucille Bluth over a fifth of vodka, it's 'Mad Men's Roger Sterling. And while all these seemingly crazy 'Arrested Development' season 4 castings endlessly perplex loyal fans, can you really ask for anything better than 'Mad Men' star John Slattery classing up the model home for the 2013 revival?
Hopefully by now we're past the point of second-guessing, but seeing the stars of 'Arrested Development' actually on set, returned to their former glory should allay any concerns that the reunion is a hoax, right? We've got cameras, characters, actors and contracts, so it's real, ye? No one's going to pull the corn-baller stained rug out from under us? Check out photos from the set, and take a look at what Tobias Funke is wearing now!
Wait, what? Earlier today most everyone in the world was overjoyed to learn that 'Arrested Development' had finally begun production on its long-awaited fourth season, but now it seems that fans have another reason to be happy about the upcoming Netflix episodes. Jason Bateman himself tweeted out the first photo from production, but some of the faces look an awful lot like the stars of 'Workaholics,' rather than 'Arrested Development'...
It ain't easy being white, and it ain't easy being brown, but it sure is easy to be an 'Arrested Development' fan now that the series is officially set to return for a fourth season on Netflix. We'd seen a few rumblings of the Bluth family gearing up to get back in business, but when will the series actually start shooting, and when will we start seeing footage of the long-awaited reunion?
Between now and the Netflix debut of Season 4 of 'Arrested Development' really are amazing times. Though only renewed for ten episodes, fans of the long-adored series are finally getting their wish as new details and updates surface regarding the Bluth family reunion. We already saw a bit of the cast on set from series star Jason Bateman, but what does his brother GOB Will Arnett have to offer? The answer might surprise you...
Salvation, thy name is Bluth. It's been a tremendously long road to getting 'Arrested Development' the reunion it deserves following the miserable 2003 cancellation, and with miles to go, but every glimpse we get seems like banana from heaven. The first set and character pictures have emerged from the fourth season, set to debut on Netflix in 2013, and who do you think is looking for his Gangee?
Jason Bateman is a journeyman, having tasted success in the 1980's as a regular on 'Valerie's Family,' and star of the misconceived 'Teen Wolf Too,' only to reinvent himself in the 21st century as one of the premiere straight men on 'Arrested Development' and in movies like 'Horrible Bosses.' And now he's looking to direct.
While we still all patiently await the debut (or even filming) of Netflix's eventual 'Arrested Development' revival, we'll take any chance we have to see our favorite stars of the Bluth family back together. Now we won't even have to wait until Morgan Spurlock's upcoming documentary 'Mansome' to reunite 'Arrested Development' stars Jason Bateman and Will Arnett, all thanks to two new series from 'Call of Duty!'
Documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock has been on a tear as of late, researching the location of terrorist leader Osama Bin Laden, exploring the omnipotence of product placement in pop culture, and embracing the geek community that convenes on San Diego for Comic-Con each year. But his latest film asks one of the most difficult questions our society has yet to answer: What makes a man?