The long-awaited Arrested Development movie is happening — but it's currently arrested in development by one of its own.
Michael Cera, aka George Michael Bluth, is the sole cast member who has yet to sign on to the big-screen feature, E! Online reports.
"I know he's thinking about it," Jason Bateman said while promoting his new animated Fox series, Sit Down, Shut Up (premieres April 19 at 8:30 pm/ET). "And we're all awaiting some finality to all of that so ...
Count Chris Pine among those who simply cannot wait for J.J. Abrams' take on a Star Trek origins film to hit theaters. "I'm about as patient as an 8-year-old on Christmas Day," Pine, who plays a young Captain James T. Kirk in the film, tells TVGuide.com.
See what else Pine has to say about the eventual blockbuster, after the jump.
Heath Ledger in The Dark Knight
A-listers reigned supreme at the 35th Annual People's Choice Awards Wednesday night at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
The Dark Knight continued to make an impact this award season by nabbing five trophies, including Favorite Movie and Favorite Action Movie. Batman himself, Christian Bale, was named Favorite Superhero and was also recognized, along with the late Heath Ledger, in the Favorite On-Screen Match-up category.
Also awarded in the film categories were Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, who were missing in action from the ceremony. Pitt was named Favorite Leading Man, while Jolie was voted Favorite Female Action star.
Will Smith was a double winner, nabbing Favorite Male Movie Star and Favorite Male Action Star, while Reese Witherspoon was named Favorite Female Movie Star.
Ellen DeGeneres presented the first award of the night, filling in for Kate Hudson whom, she said, was stuck in traffic and "40 minutes away." DeGeneres quipped, "That's no way to sell a movie." Later, DeGeneres...
Mickey Rourke and Sam Rockwell
Mickey Rourke could soon be going from wrestling to wrapping deadly coils around Tony Stark.
The recent Wrestler star is in talks to join Iron Man 2 as a Russian heavy weight who becomes Whiplash, a character with deadly coils he can unfurl with deadly results.
Sam Rockwell is also in talks to join the franchise's follow-up, according to the Hollywood Reporter. If a deal closes, the indie maven (Frost/Nixon, Snow Angels) would play Tony Stark's nemesis, multibillionaire Justin Hammer.
Disney's Tron, a sequel to the 1982 cult classic of the same name, has found its leading man in relative unknown Garrett Hedlund, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The 24-year-old will play a young man who gets ...
The Chronicles of Narnia
Citing "budgetary considerations and other logistics," Walt Disney Co. has pulled out of its partnership with Walden Media to finance further entries in the Chronicles of Narnia film franchise.
Although the series' debut, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, grossed nearly $750 million worldwide ...
Tracy Morgan has found Roommates for the big screen.
The 30 Rock resident will headline and produce the comedy Freshman Roommates, Variety reports.
Based on the infamous e-mail scams by a Nigerian prince looking for help in securing his fortune, the film will explore the possibility of ...
Harrison Ford is giving his Indiana Jones adventures a rest long enough to star in J.J. Abrams' latest project, Morning Glory.
Far from Abrams' signature thrillers, Glory is a comedy about an ailing morning news show in chaos. Rachel McAdams is in talks to sign on as an aspiring producer who tries to temper the storm of feuding anchors and set the show straight. Ford will play...
Jennifer Lopez is looking to get back into the romantic comedy game.
The singer/actress has signed on to star in CBS Films' Plan B, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The film, written by Kate Angelo, follows a single woman who conceives twins through her backup plan of artificial insemination, only to meet the man of her dreams on the very same day.
Though no male lead or director has yet to be attached to the project, production is scheduled to begin in the spring. CBS Films' Amy Baer said the studio chose Lopez because ...
Get ready to go back into your computers.
House's Olivia Wilde has been tapped to star in Tr2n, a sequel to Disney's 1982 cult classic Tron, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The original starred Jeff Bridges as a hacker who is abducted into the world of a computer and forced to participate in a series of special-effects-aided gladiator games. Details are few, but Bridges will reprise his role in the sequel.
In the new film ...