'Arrested Development' Reunion: Behind-the-Scenes Pics of the Cast and Crew (PHOTOS)
The cast of the cult TV series has been hard at work during the recent months filming the show's new episodes, which will be made available exclusively on Netflix in 2013.
The internet combusted into frenzy last week when Entertainment Weekly released photos from the cast's latest photo shoot. To the delight of fans everywhere, actors Jason Bateman, Michael Cera, Portia de Rossi and David Cross all reunited for the vintage-inspired spread.
The countdown to the new Arrested Development episodes has begun, and Celebuzz is keeping you up to date with the latest from the show's soundstage and beyond.
Launch the gallery above to see behind-the-scenes photos of the cast and crew.
Some of the cast members have gotten in trouble in the past for reportedly "leaking" information regarding the show's upcoming episodes.
"[Show creator Mitch Hurwitz] has been yelling at me because, like, stuff in the background I’m accidentally getting that actually has some relevance and I don’t realize it. So I’ve stopped," Bateman told Vulture in September.
One incriminating tweet included Bateman spilling about an upcoming cameo from the cast of Comedy Central's Workaholics.
The actor said of the flub:
Well, I wanted to take a shot on the first day of lights and camera and, like, “obviously, he’s on a set,” and in that shot are a couple of cast members from a show Workaholics. And after I took that picture, like hours afterwards, I was talking to those actors and a kid came up asking for their autograph. And I said, “Are you guys in a movie or a show or something?” And they were like, “Yeah, we’re in this show called Workaholics.” And I was like, “Oh cool, I gotta see that.” And then of course once the Tweet was up, I’d already sent out the Tweet, but I didn’t put two and two together and a day later I saw that it was all over the boards: “Oh my god! The Workaholics are in it!” Mitch said, “Hey man …” [does scowling Mitch impersonation].Liza Minnelli and Mae Whitman, who plays Lucille 2 and Ann (her?) respectively, will also return for the series' highly-anticipated fourth season.
Are you excited for Arrested Development's big return? Sound off below.