It increasingly seems that all parties are on track to make an "Arrested Development" movie - except perhaps for Michael Cera.
From Mitch Hurwitz, who is the creator and executive producer of the show, to narrator and producer Ron Howard and much of the cast, enthusiasm for the project is high.
In fact, "Juno" and "Superbad" actor Michael Cera, who played George Michael Bluth, appears to be the lone holdout.
Fancast scored an interview with Hurwitz, and he revealed the following:
So what of the rumors that new dad Will Arnett and shiny movie star Michael Cera are the only two remaining holdouts?
"I don't want to talk about who is holding out right now because we might still work that out and I don't want to pressure anyone through the press," said Hurwitz. "Although I will say that Will Arnett is gung-ho, so there's a big clue!"
More than a big clue, it's the big Maebe resting in George Michael's hands.
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