Posts Tagged ‘Arrested Development’

What’s Eating Buster Bluth?

November 23, 2008

A great tribute to my favorite character from Arrested Development, Buster Bluth, masterfully played by Tony Hale. The song is “Happy-Go-Lucky-Me” performed by Paul Evans.

Hey Brother-A tribute to “Arrested Development”

November 14, 2008

Every “Hey brother” from the funniest sitcom ever, Arrested Development.  I can’t wait to see when the show comes to the big screen.  I think I just blue myself.

Jason Batmen confirms “Arrested Development” movie to shoot next year

June 25, 2008

Jason Bateman confirmed that a big-screen debut of “Arrested Development” is in the works. Production of the film starring the hilariously dysfunctional Bluth family should begin in 2009. The following comes from an interview Bateman did recently while promoting his role in the upcoming Will Smith movie, “Hancock.”

A big-screen version of Arrested Development is planned for next year. “When it was on TV, if you missed one word the whole third act could be blown for you. And TV is a different experience. You come home and you’ve got to finish a call so you miss the first ten minutes or you get snacky and you go to the fridge and you miss another two minutes, so it’s a different experience to film.”

“Arrested Development played late at night in England, so I got a lot of coke addicts and meth freaks. Great. So you’ve seen me but you just don’t remember me.” When I suggest that will change since he is in so many films now, he quips again. “So I am a whore, too.”

From the Times Online

“The Smurfs” coming soon to a theater near you.

June 11, 2008

I’m afraid I just blue myself.

Best known in the United States for the long-running Hanna-Barbera cartoon, the Smurfs were created in 1958 by Belgian cartoonist Pierre Culliford, known throughout the world as Peyo. The Smurfs, originally called “Les Schtroumpfs” in French, were created for a Belgian series of comic books, first as minor characters. The villagers, known for their blue skin and small statures, spawned a line of statuettes, games, toys, theme parks and a hit TV series, which ran as part of NBC’s Saturday-morning lineup from 1981-90.

More here.