Ah! This is better than finding out your cousin was adopted!
We just found some new pics from the set of the new season of Arrested Development! OMG, that feels so wonderful to say.
Our spies caught
Michael Bluth Jason Bateman dressed like a nerd (so that hasn't changed), strolling onto the set studying his HIGHlariooos lines.
Portia de Rossi and David Cross were also spotted trolling the set. But so far, there has been no sign of Michael's dos hermanos.
Earlier this week, Jason tweeted a couple pics of Michael Cera causing a little trouble around the unfinished set.
Ch-Ch-Check em out (below) — or we'll tell father!!
[Image via Pacific Coast News.]
Is that a banana in your pocket or are you happy to see us??
That is a banana! From Bluth's Frozen Banana Stand!
We're positively overwhelmed with feelings of joyfully delicious wonderment because, after a six year depressballz hiatus, Arrested Development returns to the small screen!
Fox, series creator Mitch Hurwitz, and new broadcast partner Netflix rounded up the same cast and crew for a new season to begin production TODAY!
Sometimes you gotta sing about friendship…. and also, pie!
Michael Cera met up with Reggie Watts to write a song for IFC's Comedy Bang! Bang!
Okay, actually Reggie did most of the work, Michael was sitting on couch next to him giving him ideas.
We're not sure how they split the credit, but we do know that singing about friendship and pie is just about the greatest thing two people can do.
PreeEESsss plaAAaaay to watch the smash hit Friendship & Pie be created (above)!
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If you've been a fan of the Judd Apatow comedy crew that has been making us LOL at the movies since The 40-Year-Old Virgin came out, then you are going to LOVE this news!
Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg (the guys behind Superbad) are directing their first feature called The Apocalypse and it stars some of the funniest people on the planet — as THEMSELVES!
Seth will face the end of the world with
Dina Lohan wants $5.38 million from prospective financiers for the R-rated film she wrote, Growing Defiant, which takes "a hard look at the social pressures that can lead a kid in the wrong direction."
Wonder where she got the inspiration from to write that??
And not only that, she's
About time! How has this lovable cutie NOT made an appearance in Springfield yet?
Producers of the hit animated show have announced that Michael Cera has recorded his voice for an episode in the next season of The Simpsons.
Cera will play a love interest for little Lisa Simpson who doesn't turn out to be who she expected. Executive producer Al Jean recently said:
“He starts quoting Hemingway and she says, ‘You’re not a product of the Springfield public schools, are you?’ And he goes, ‘No, I come to Springfield for the food and the women.’”
LOLz! Love it! Unfortunately, much like the Simpson kid's age, her single relationship status won't change either, as Al continued:
“So he talks a good game. [But] she starts to realize that he’s less than expected.”
Bummer! Should be an awesome episode though!
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Michael Cera is in Austin this weekend, jamming out at SXSW with his band, Mr. Heavenly.
Check out one of their sets from last night at The Bat Bar in the video (above)!