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Jennifer Aniston may appear in the “Arrested Development” movie



Actor Jason Bateman
is so keen to land Jennifer
Aniston a role in the upcoming
Arrested Development movie,
he’s asking film bosses
to give her a part,
World Entertainment News
reports August 9th, 2010.

Juno star Bateman is set to reprise
his character Michael Bluth in a
big screen version of the cult
US TV show,
which is scheduled to begin
shooting later this year.

The actor has already starred
opposite Aniston in forthcoming
romantic comedy The Switch and
they are set to reunite to
film Horrible Bosses.
Bateman wants to work with
the former Friends actress once
more on the Arrested Development
movie –
but he’s adamant Aniston will
have to work hard to secure a role.

He tells MTV News,
there’s a real good part for her
in the Arrested Development movie.
There’s no offers on this one.”

“She’s gonna have
to sing for her supper.
I don’t know,
we’ll see if she’s available.”
“She’s busy.
She’s pretty famous;
I don’t know if you’ve
heard of her.
She’s pretty backed up.”

“Hopefully the guy who’s in
charge will like her for that
part because I’m going
to suggest her.”



And Bateman is reassuring fans
the project is almost ready to get
underway despite a series
of setbacks.
He says,
“The truth is that there’s really
no significant update beyond…
what (creator) Mitch Hurwitz
said a couple weeks ago,
which was he’s got half
the script written.”

“He’s gotta finish the second
half and then the studio’s gotta
love it and the cast’s gotta love it
and we all have to…
have time to do it…
(But) it’s happening.”

The TV show
Arrested Development,
which also starred Michael Cera,
was taken off air in 2006.













One Response to “Jennifer Aniston may appear in the “Arrested Development” movie”

  1. Jennifer Aniston is gorgeous,
    but has changed a lot since her teenage years.
    She had a much more rounder face
    and attractive eyes with fluffy hair.

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