It seems that one actor in particular may be arresting the development of a TV series adaptation. According to Fancast, Arrested Development series creator Mitch Hurwitz recently spoke to the rumors that Will Arnett and Michael Cera were the lone holdouts for the feature film, and it seems that Cera is the only one.
"I don't want to talk about who is holding out right now because we might still work that out and I don't want to pressure anyone through the press. Although I will say that Will Arnett is gung-ho, so there's a big clue!"
Hurwitz also said that he won't get to work on the script once his cast is fully locked in place, but he did drop a few notes on what he'd like to do with the story.
"I think in some respect it would have to pick up where the show left off," he said. "Maybe the benefit of that would be, if nothing else, just to recap everything. There are a couple of ways to get into it. I was even thinking about a big animated sequence to start. Kind of like how the Blake Edwards movies used to start - to kind of catch everyone up."
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