, who has done the short-lived sitcom, has revealed that he wants to set for the Arrested Development
movie in theaters by the end of this year.
He is now working on a script with Jim Valley
that will reboot the Bluth
family for the big screen. Hurwitz said:
We’ve started that process and it is our sincere hope to shoot it this year and get it out this year. That’s what we’re hoping, but a lot of things have to fall into place for that to happen.”
Asked about the storyline for the ‘Arrested’ movie, Hurwitz refrained to speak, to abstain from the fact that they might not have the whole thing worked out.
From the time when its third season termination in 2006, that made comedy fans blood boiled, a movie remake of the cult classic TV show Arrested Development
has been the Agnus Dei for loyal funs, its on-again. Word has come that creator Mitch Hurwitz is hard working on the script and that the film will be made. The Bluths are coming back.
is an American situation comedy on television, created by Mitchell Hurwitz developed with Fox Broadcasting Company. The storyline focuses on the Bluth family, wealthy in earlier days, but very troubled and dysfunctional family led by their manipulative mother and is presented in a real time format.
Jason Bateman, David Cross, Will Arnett
, and Michael Cera
were among the cast for the sitcom, which lasted for three seasons on Fox from 2003 to 2006.
show will be on the UK’s FX channel again on 9PM on the 8th .Feb. No doubt a very big year for Bluths.