Arrested Development Movie a Go

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“Sources say.” Rumors of a film version of cult-favorite TV show Arrested Development have been flying around like badly-imitated chickens for a while now, with everybody from Jeffrey Tambor to David Cross jumping on board. But young Michael Cera, now a big movie star, appeared to be the last holdout, and you couldn’t make an Arrested Development movie without George Michael. But now, E Online has it on good authority that Cera has agreed to do the film. “Insiders” are saying production may even get going by the end of the year, with show creator Mitchell Hurwitz as writer/director. Finally, I’ll be able to eat frozen bananas again without crying.

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