There is no Arrested Development movie deal — yet. But creator Mitch Hurwitz says he still expects it to happen. “I’m confident that we will succeed at that,” Hurwitz said at an appearance at the SXSW Film Festival in Austin on Sunday, along with show cast members Will Arnett and Jeffrey Tambor.
Arnett noted that fans are upset that there’s no movie deal in place even though the cult-favorite has a 14-episode fourth season set to debut via Netflix in May. “People are already mad and they haven’t even seen this,” Arnett said.
Hurwitz made it clear that »
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