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It’s been a great week for NHL fans, as the Stanley Cup Playoffs have been chock full of action-packed excitement, both on and off the ice.
Stars like Tom Cruise and Ryan O’Neal showed up at last night’s (May 23) game between the Los Angeles Kings and the San Jose Sharks in LA.
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Adding even more excitement to the Memorial Day Weekend festivities, Netflix will unveil fifteen new episodes of “Arrested Development” on Sunday (May 26).
In light of the hype, they’ve just released a few new preview clips of some of the quirky action that’s on its way to streaming glory.
After about a seven-year hiatus, a trailer for the new season of "Arrested Development" is sure to whet fans' appetites for more of the Bluth family.
It’s an exciting time for the millions of fans whose hearts broke when “Arrested Development” was cancelled a few years back!
Last night (April 29) the beloved cast showed up at the Chinese Theater in Los Angeles for a swanky shindig to celebrate the arrival of Season 4.
It was arguably the best show of the 2000s, and “Arrested Development” will be resurrected from its premature death on May 26th.
The Netflix video streaming company has revived the Bluth Family, ordering a whopping fifteen installments of the smart and quirky comedy.
Gearing up for the return of "Arrested Development" this summer, Jason Bateman scored a cover spot on the April 2013 issue of GQ magazine.
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Using their celebrity status for a good cause, Jessica Biel and Jason Bateman are featured in a new Public Service Announcement on behalf of Matt Damon's “toilet strike” campaign.
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With the first go-round a hit, Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, and Jason Sudeikis have officially signed on to “Horrible Bosses 2.”
In a report by the Hollywood Reporter on Friday (March 8), the three will reprise their roles as a group of friends who decide to kill off each other’s bosses.