In Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg’s directorial debut This Is the End, the comedic collaborators corral their friends for an end-of-days tale that doubles as a hilarious deconstruction of Tinseltown narcissism.
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Netflix has officially announced the highly anticipated fourth season of Arrested Development will arrive May 26 on the streaming service, reuniting the entire Bluth clan.
Everyone from James Franco and Emma Watson to Aziz Ansari and Michael Cera party down in the new red-band trailer for This Is the End, directed by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg.
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings told investors that the deal to carry new episodes of Arrested Development “is really a fantastic one-off” that won’t be repeated. That means if the comedy continues, it will have to find a new home.
The first official photos from the upcoming fourth season of Arrested Development arrive as more details surface from the Television Critics Association’s winter tour.
The red-band trailer for the doomsday comedy This Is The End gets a not-safe-for-work introduction from stars Seth Rogen and James Franco. The film, whose star-studded cast also includes Jonah Hill, Jay Baruchel, Danny McBride and Emma Watson, opens June 14.
Although some thought it would never happen, production officially begins today on Netflix’s revival of Arrested Development, with all 10 episodes expected to debut simultaneously next year.
Star Jason Bateman tweeted photos of on-screen son Michael Cera on the set of the upcoming Netflix Arrested Development continuation.
Arrested Development creator Mitch Hurwitz told a audience at the National Association of Broadcasters convention that the long-awaited return of the beloved comedy on will pick up where the series left off in 2006, with all 10 episodes premiering the same day on Netflix.
Well, now we have our new movie Superman, and like Christopher Reeve and Brandon Routh before him, he’s a relative unknown. It’s a good thing, too, because that way it’s easier to feel optimistic about the final movie. When it comes to on-screen translations of our favorite fictional characters, ignorance is bliss. It’s a little something I call the Michael Cera rule.
Mark Webber, who played Stephen Stills in Edgar Wright’s Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, has hired Cera, Seyfried and his own two-year-old son for his next directorial effort.