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(Deadline)   Oh sure sure sure, like the guy in f*cking $5,000 suit is going to give money to the Arrested Development documentary film kickstarter   (deadline.com) divider line 3
    More: Cool, Arrested Development, Mitch Hurwitz, Scott Baio, Jeffrey Tambor, Brian Grazer, Will Arnett, Henry Winkler, human beings  
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2013-03-21 04:27:10 PM
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Bonus:

http://www.gq.com/style/wear-it-now/201304/jason-bateman-interview-g q- april-2013?

GQ: So there are stories in the episodes that won't resolve until the movie?

Jason Bateman:
There are many, many questions that these episodes ask that only the movie will answer. And there are many stories where the loop is closed inside the episodes. But the overall story, the bigger story, once you see the movie you will see that "oh, this story started with those fourteen episodes," because the action in these fourteen episodes happens simultaneously. Each character has their own episode. There's a Michael episode, a Gob episode, a Lindsay episode, a Maeby episode. And the action across the episodes is happening simultaneously. If I'm driving down the street in my episode and Gob's going down the sidewalk on his Segway, you could stop my episode, go into his episode, and follow him and see where he's going.

It's not exactly like a Choose Your Own Adventure type of thing, but Mitch has written these episodes exclusively for the distribution platform and format of Netflix, knowing that they were all going to be released, like an album, on the same day. So certain clues are revealed to you based on the order in which you watch them. There will be an order that is suggested, but because part of the fun of what he does is so dense and multilayered-I mean, if you could see the writers' room before we started shooting-the cards and literally the strings of yarn, different colored characters where plotlines and index cards are matched to this one, and then there's an entire other room that is the movie. It looks like A Beautiful Mind.

/if Netflix manages to *not* crash, I will be amazed
2013-03-21 01:52:08 PM
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"Investment" subby. Money is what whores spend on cocaine.

/ or candy!
2013-03-21 12:49:52 PM
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Now they're seeking a little over $20,000 to pay Fox for use of photos in their documentary

One of the photos in question:
24.media.tumblr.com
 
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