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'I'm working on the movie right now,' the show's creator Mitch Hurwitz confirms.
The actress reveals that producers have yet to contact her about reprising her role in the forthcoming movie, which will hit cinemas in 2012, saying 'Nobody's called me yet.'
The actor says he is going to suggest his 'Switch' co-star for a role in the upcoming film, but it will depend on Aniston's availability and capability to join the project.
After the 2006 cancellation, the much-anticipated movie adaptation of TV comedy 'Arrested Development' is in process, Michael Cera insists.
Expressing his eagerness to start working on the movie adaptation of the FOX's sitcom is actor Michael Cera, who wants to reunite with his co-stars in the TV series.
After uttering confirmation that he will make his directorial debut with the feature version of the FOX's sitcom, creator Mitchell Hurwitz spills the beans on the first details to the storyline.
Set to pen the screenplay, creator Mitchell Hurwitz and co-executive producer James Vallely reportedly are pitching more bizarre encounters for the dysfunctional family.
While new stills and posters of 'Terminator Salvation' made their rounds, the brand new trailer of the McG-directed action film shown at WonderCon 2009 has been described.
A brand new trailer of 'Star Trek' has been debuted at WonderCon 2009 panel, and it previewed the disaster scene which ultimately kills the father of Chris Pine's James Kirk.
'Arrested Development' creator Mitch Hurwitz promises that 'Arrested Development' film will be developed, while the series star Will Arnett insists that they are close to confirm the rumors.
United Artists have presented another behind-the-scene look into their upcoming drama thriller, 'Valkyrie', through a brand new featurette entitled 'Through Bryan Singer's Eyes'.
Jeffrey Tambor, the actor who plays Michael's father George Bluth Sr., says that the movie version of FOX's sitcom 'Arrested Development' is happening.