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Arrested Development Postmortem: Mitch Hurwitz Tells Vulture What’s Next for the Bluths

6 June 2013 9:30 AM, PDT | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

[The following interview discusses plot points from the entirety of the new season of Arrested Development. If you have not all watched all fifteen episodes, bookmark this page and come back later. Read all of our recaps here.] Arrested Development boss Mitch Hurwitz is always thinking of the next arc, the next reveal, the next joke, the next twist on a joke. So by the time he wrapped the latest season, which premiered on Netflix, he already had the Bluths’ next chapter mapped out. It’s why every member of the family is seen hitting rock bottom at the end of what Hurwitz has long talked about as an eight-hour prequel to an eventual Arrested Development movie (which might instead morph into another season!). After digesting all fully stuffed fifteen episodes, Vulture got Hurwitz on the phone for an extensive talk about what the next iteration of Arrested Development will look like, how »

- Denise Martin

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'Arrested Development': Mitchell Hurwitz on the movie -- and the Romney joke you never saw

5 June 2013 1:33 PM, PDT | EW - Inside TV | See recent EW.com - Inside TV news »

Now that America has had time to absorb the new season of Arrested Development (and catch up on some sleep), series creator/executive producer Mitchell Hurwitz (him?) spoke to reporters on a conference call today about the 15 episodes released on Netflix, the future of the franchise, and more. The highlights:

• Hurwitz said that a variety of mediums could have been — and can be used — for continuing the saga of the Bluths: “Give us the canvas and let’s see what we come up with. If it were a movie canvas, we would absolutely tailor to that, but the life of »

- Dan Snierson

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How Long Will You Have To Wait For The Movie?

10 April 2013 3:15 PM, PDT | Huffington Post | See recent Huffington Post news »

It was recently announced that Netflix will release 15 new episodes of "Arrested Development" on Memorial Day weekend, seven years after the beloved series was canceled.

"Arrested Development," which stars Jason Bateman, Portia de Rossi, Will Arnett, and Michael Cera, among others, is also set for a film adaptation, but Bateman says fans are in for a much longer wait for "Arrested Development: The Movie."

Bateman explained in a recent interview that the new Netflix episodes ask "a bunch of questions that then the movie answers, so it's kind of a package."

The questions won't be answered anytime soon however, as Bateman added, "Unfortunately, there's probably gonna be about a year, maybe a year-and-a-half gap between the two, so you'll end up having to watch these episodes again... It wasn't perfectly scheduled, but we were just happy to get together as soon as we could."

The film itself is still not guaranteed. »

- Madeline Boardman

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