Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux reunited in NYC over the weekend, and we have the inside scoop on what they were up to! Plus, we have a look at the latest episode of her new web series. Also, we're rounding up more of the day's headlines including Barbara Walters's retirement and the new Arrested Development trailer! On Allie: Monika Chiang blouse.
The final countdown is almost over! New episodes of Arrested Development arrive on May 26 on Netflix, but we've got your first taste of the new footage right here. The trailer for the fourth season already has me giggling at new developments, like seeing George Michael in college and Lindsay's new haircut, as well as the old standbys — like Kitty (Judy Greer) and the stair car. It wouldn't be Arrested Development without a ton of double entendres, and there's plenty of those in there, too. Bottom line: Memorial Day weekend can't come soon enough.
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John Krasinski stopped by the Late Show With David Letterman this week, opening up about how the tears were flowing when the cast of The Office wrapped their final episode. So what's next for John? He'll have a small part in the new episodes of Arrested Development — find out what he had to say about the part and his hilarious story about how one outlet broke the news.
The cast of Arrested Development were joined by their significant others and a few famous friends when they hosted the premiere of their series's new Netflix episodes in Hollywood yesterday. Portia de Rossi cuddled with wife Ellen DeGeneres on the orange carpet, and the duo chatted with Portia's costars at the event. Meanwhile, Jason Bateman brought his wife, Amanda Anka, to the bash, and David Cross posed with his spouse, Amber Tamblyn. Aubrey Plaza dropped by the premiere's afterparty and talked with friend and The To Do List costar Alia Shawkat, who also posed alongside Michael Cera. One celebrity who wasn't at the premiere was John Krasinski, who will reportedly have a cameo in Arrested Development's upcoming episodes. No details have been revealed about John's guest appearance, but fans will be able to find out soon enough when all 15 episodes of the show hit Netflix on May 26.
Beloved comedy Arrested Development is scheduled to return for season four on May 26, but you don't have to wait until then to get a little teaser. The series (which will air on Netflix) has released character posters, two for each of the Bluth family members. Take a look and don't forget to check out all the pictures of Arrested Development's upcoming season!
Beloved show Arrested Development has come roaring back into pop culture consciousness (did it ever really leave?) since Netflix announced it was reviving the canceled series. Come May 26, we'll get 15 new episodes, and Entertainment Weekly has the scoop. What will the new season be about? "It's the story of shame, cunning, thievery, dishonor, backstabbing, deceit, bold-faced lying, one-upmanship, psychological torture, lust, financial ruin, and magic, all supported by a very broad beam of dysfunctional love," says Will Arnett. Star Jason Bateman adds that the new episodes are "incredibly ambitious." We can't wait! If you can't either, click to see the rest of the family on their own EW covers.
Our excitement for the return of Arrested Development is heating up (did you check out all the new posters?), and we're excited to hear anything about the Netflix season. But if you're still a little unclear about how it's going to work, series star Jason Bateman has your back. Watch him explain to Jimmy Kimmel how the episodes go together, how you should watch them, and where the movie will pick up.
Prince William and Kate Middleton were in Glasgow today for the first installment of a two-day tour in Scotland. We are recapping what the the Earl and Countess of Strathearn, as they're known in Scotland, got up to today, as well as looking at other top headlines of the day including a new role for Brad Pitt and a just-released trailer from Ryan Gosling's next project.
Brace yourselves (or should I say blue yourselves?) because it's all happening: Arrested Development is set to hit Netflix on Sunday, May 26. At 12:01 a.m., 15 new episodes of the show (each one dedicated to an individual character) will be available for your marathoning pleasure. As an added bonus, this falls right in the middle of Memorial Day weekend, so you have no excuse not to finish 'em all before you head back to work on Tuesday.