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 Arrested Development cast talk movie adaptation
We’re huge Arrested Development fans at Total Film, so we couldn’t be more excited about the new series that’s going to be released (in full) on Netflix on May 26.  But we’re already thinking about what’s in store for us after we’ve watched the new episodes over and over - so, as we had the afternoon free (nothing cancelled), we headed down to the Leicester Square premiere of Season Four, to ask the cast about the much-mooted big screen version…

Arrested Development cast talk movie adaptation

We’re huge Arrested Development fans at Total Film, so we couldn’t be more excited about the new series that’s going to be released (in full) on Netflix on May 26.

But we’re already thinking about what’s in store for us after we’ve watched the new episodes over and over - so, as we had the afternoon free (nothing cancelled), we headed down to the Leicester Square premiere of Season Four, to ask the cast about the much-mooted big screen version…

Arrested Development gets new movie and TV show
Fans of Arrested Development received two great pieces of news today: the long-discussed movie is happening and it will follow on from new TV episodes of the cult show!  Creator Mitchell Hurwitz says the TV show could film next summer and focus on the main characters’ lives over the past five years.  While there’s no shooting schedule yet for the movie, Hurwitz added that the “creative aspects” are in place and negotiations will hammer out “the business side”.[FOR THE FULL STORY, CLICK ON THE BLUTH FAMILY OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

Arrested Development gets new movie and TV show

Fans of Arrested Development received two great pieces of news today: the long-discussed movie is happening and it will follow on from new TV episodes of the cult show!
 
Creator Mitchell Hurwitz says the TV show could film next summer and focus on the main characters’ lives over the past five years.
 
While there’s no shooting schedule yet for the movie, Hurwitz added that the “creative aspects” are in place and negotiations will hammer out “the business side”.

[FOR THE FULL STORY, CLICK ON THE BLUTH FAMILY OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

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30 TV Shows That Should Be Movies
The Show: The painfully funny exploits of failed chat-show host Alan Partridge as he adjusts to life in the lower echelons of fame, as host of a Norfolk-based radio show. Steve Coogan’s character is a once-in-a-lifetime creation, which might explain why he keeps going back to him. Not that we’re complaining. All together now… “stop getting Bond wrong!”The Movie Version:  This could go one of two ways. Either Steve Coogan takes charge of the project himself, stops wasting his time on those Foster’s-sponsored shorts and makes the film everyone would like to see, in which Alan’s slide into obscurity is played out in one feature-length special. Or it gets commissioned out to America, recast, and turned into a more profitable, saleable product…

30 TV Shows That Should Be Movies

The Show: The painfully funny exploits of failed chat-show host Alan Partridge as he adjusts to life in the lower echelons of fame, as host of a Norfolk-based radio show. Steve Coogan’s character is a once-in-a-lifetime creation, which might explain why he keeps going back to him. Not that we’re complaining. All together now… “stop getting Bond wrong!”

The Movie Version:  This could go one of two ways. Either Steve Coogan takes charge of the project himself, stops wasting his time on those Foster’s-sponsored shorts and makes the film everyone would like to see, in which Alan’s slide into obscurity is played out in one feature-length special. Or it gets commissioned out to America, recast, and turned into a more profitable, saleable product…