Ordinarily I wouldn’t have anything to say about the New Yorker, because I’m not particularly interested in reading 12,000-word articles about opera in China. But this year’s New Yorker Festival has something noteworthy: a reunion of the cast of “Arrested Development.”
On Sunday, October 2nd, Nancy Franklin will moderate an exclusive “Bluth family reunion” panel, featuring the creator of “Arrested Development,” Mitchell Hurwitz, and the cast: Will Arnett, Jason Bateman, Michael Cera, David Cross, Portia de Rossi, Tony Hale, Alia Shawkat, Jeffrey Tambor, and Jessica Walter. [New Yorker via Gothamist]
Tickets sold out for the panel almost immediately, as there are countless fans of the show who plan to go solely for the Q&A portion of the panel, which is going to sound exactly like this: “What’s the status of the Arrested Development movie?” “Is the script done for Arrested Development movie?” “When could you start filming the Arrested Development movie?” And “Excuse me, do these effectively hide my thunder?”
I want more like this!
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