Is Kylie Jenner trying to make it official??
There's no way she wasn't sending him... and the world... a message!
One minute it's on, one minute it's off - don't they understand how painful it is to keep toying with our emotions like this?!
Ever since Arrested Development was pulled prematurely from television - and our hearts - years back, there's been talk of the series being turned into a movie. Unfortunately, whenever progress seems to be made in the development process, it hits a snag, and our dreams our crushed!
However, we've gotten word from actor Will Arnett as well as series creator Mitch Hurwitz that may bring a glimmer of hope back into our souls - the movie is back on!
"As Mitch likes to say, we're just going to wait until there's zero interest, and that's when we'll do it."
And Hurwitz elaborates:
"Believe it or not, we have started the script. We're taking a little abeyance while we get ['Running Wilde'] up and running. But it is our absolute next priority and we can't wait to do it. We're changing some of the Bush references to Obama because we started it awhile ago. And the Bluths may not be vacationing in the Gulf of Mexico anymore. We also might have to recast the part of Uncle Mel, the former action movie star. But other than that we have a clear path. Believe it or not, I do not enjoy teasing our wonderful and devoted audience, which is one reason it appears that I've been so cagey about this. It's just that I don't want to promise what I can't deliver."
All is forgiven, bb! As long as you don't turn around in three weeks and say the movie is off again! Then we're going to have to bring a new daddy to town - a discipline daddy! LOLs!
That being said, we remain cautiously
We've missed the Bluths far too much! Never leave us again!
What do U think?? Are U convinced that the movie will happen this time???
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