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Bluths go their separate ways

Posted on Monday, April 3rd, 2006 at 9:37 pm CET

Oh no! It’s officially over for my favorite TV comedy; Arrested Development will not be picked up by Showtime next season, as rumors circulating for months had suggested.

So what will happen with the Bluths and associates?

Jeffrey Tambor (George Bluth Sr) has already signed with NBC to star in the new show Twenty Good Years.

Jason Bateman (Michael Bluth) has several movies in the making, including Smokin’ Aces with Ben Affleck, and Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium with Dustin Hoffman.

David Cross (Tobias Fünke) is making cameo appearances as Russ Lieber on The Colbert Report, and will voice a cat in the CGI flick Cat Tale.

Will Arnett (my favorite ‘illusionist’ George “Gob” Bluth II), currently starring in the hit Ice Age: The Meltdown, has many movies lined up (Let’s Go to Prison, Blades of Glory) and is set to play the title role along with Will Forte in The Brothers Solomon.

Tony Hale (Byron ‘Buster’ Bluth) recently became a father and is currently starring in Larry the Cable Guy, which just came out a few weeks ago in the US but is so badly received, it is already #16 in the bottom 100 at IMDB. He is also to star along Will Arnett in R.V. and in Stranger than Fiction along Will Ferrell.

And finally, Michael Cera (George-Michael Bluth) and Alia Shawkat (Mae ‘Maeby’ Fünke) both starred in an episode of Veronica Mars last week.

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