Jason Bateman, Arrested Development

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It's only Tuesday and already Hollywood's casting couch has had quite a workout:

  • The Bluth boys are back! Sadly, not as the Bluth boys. A trio of former Arrested Development costars are reuniting to voice roles in show creator Mitch Hurwitz's new Fox comedy Sit Down, Shut Up. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Jason Bateman, Will Arnett and Henry Winkler will all lend their pipes to the animated show, centering on staff members at a high school who put their needs above those of their students.
  • Demi Moore is doubling her pleasure on the big screen, signing on to star in a pair of independent films, Happy Tears, alongside Parker Posey, and Bunraku, alongside Woody Harrelson. Per the Hollywood Reporter, the former follows a woman with an inflated sense of self who returns home to her bitter sister (Moore) and father, while the latter is a martial arts revenge flick in which Moore portrays the enslaved concubine of a warlord. 
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