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Arrested Development Adds Isla Fisher and Terry Crews to New Season

The new season of "Arrested Development" is developing quite nicely!

The Bluth family and friends are still hard at work on filming the newly revived cult hit, and it seems each week has an interesting leak as far as notable returns and new guest stars. The latest news, confirmed by Zap2It, is that muscle-man Terry Crews and the lovely Isla Fisher are both shooting guest star roles in the upcoming fourth season.

Both of 'em

No word yet on who Crews and Fisher are set to play, but both are certain to have their issues with the Bluths when the season hits Netflix in spring 2013. Crews of course is coming off a great summer with a role in the eagerly-anticipated action idol throwdown "The Expendables 2" as well as a role in the Aaron Sorkin-penned HBO series "The Newsroom." The jacked-up actor has also let slip that he is expecting to collaborate with World Wrestling Entertainment in some way in the coming months. Meanwhile, Aussie actress Fisher has most recently appeared in the dark comedy "Bachelorette" opposite Kirsten Dunst and (my future wife) Lizzy Caplan.

News of the two actors' guest roles comes on the heels of old favorites returning, such as Liza Minelli (Lucille 2), Henry Winkler (Barry Zuckercorn), Judy Greer (Kitty Sanchez), and Scott Baio (Bob Loblaw). New faces also confirmed include the "Workaholics" trio of Blake Anderson, Anders Holm, and Adam DeVine, who Jason Bateman tweeted a pic of on-set last month.

Who would you like to see return for the new season?


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Written by: kyleiam
Sep 14th, 2012, 2:27 am

Anonymous

Message Posted On Sep 14th, 2012, 11:58 pm
Carl Weathers As far as the new episodes go, they (hopefully) won't suck, but there are a couple of things that could bring the quality down a little prom the near-perfection AD had during the original run. First, between the large amount of time that's passed, and the likely inability to hire back all the original writers/directors/etc, the show loses the great comedic momentum it had with its great staff Also, since the new episodes will be focusing on a single character (likely including scenes featuring maybe one or two other regular characters), we lose out on the great comedic value and chemisrty of the cast as a whole - whether it be the great scenes featuring all (or most of) the cast together, or the way they'd zoom back and forth between scenes involving multiple characters.
mcpherson

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Since: 15/Feb/12
Message Posted On Sep 14th, 2012, 10:31 am

Yeah, you're the only one for sure. 

Anonypuss

Message Posted On Sep 14th, 2012, 8:41 am
Definitely, only one. I, for one, thinks spring is too far. I wants the-best-comedy-ever now, now-now-now! **** p.s. It's gonna be f-ing awsommmme!
dicey

Message Posted On Sep 14th, 2012, 3:42 am
yeah your the only one
bad_subject

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Since: 22/Aug/12
Message Posted On Sep 14th, 2012, 2:44 am

Am I the only one who thinks this is gonna suuuuuck?

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