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The ''Arrested Development'' movie gets one step closer to reality

Mitchell Hurwitz, the creator of FOX TV's short-lived genius sitcom Arrested Development, has officially hunkered down and started working on a script for the long-rumored big-screen spin-off of the show with his co-executive producer James Vallely.


According to The Hollywood Reporter, Hurwitz had said he wouldn't start contemplating a screenplay unless all of the actors who made up the show's ensemble cast were committed to return. Hurwitz will direct the movie himself, which is tentatively scheduled to start filming in spring 2010.


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Instantly one of my most anticipated movies ever.

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