The lovable Jeffrey Tambor appeared on the Late Late Show last night and immediately noticed that he was wearing the same jacket as the clip from his show he'd brought along. The pair then discussed clothing sizes, shoe sizes, and—why not?—the size of their members.
Tonight FX debuts its new animated spy series, Archer. The show comes from the creators of Sealab 2021, and has been described as "James Bond meets Arrested Development." It airs at 10pm and we've got a preview right here.
Kevin Bacon turns 51 today. Milo Ventimiglia of Heroes fame is turning 32. Beck is 39. Celeb chef Wolfgang Puck is 60. Real estate developer David Walentas is turning 72. Paul LeClerc, the president of the New York Public Library, turns 64. Hedge fund manager Dwight Anderson turns 41. Actor Billy Crudup is turning 41, too. Anjelica Huston is 58. Country singer Toby Keith is 48. Actor Jeffrey Tambor turns 65. Columnist-turned-author Anna Quindlen is turning 57. Actress Sophia Bush is 27. And singer Joan Osborne turns 47 today.
Now that our fierce election year is over, Americans can turn their attention to more pressing matters like what is the goddamned status of the Arrested Development movie. In that spirit, then, we offer you the brand-new Arrested Development Film Tracker™, which will bring you up-to-the minute cast confirmations, disavowals, and cagey statements of, "I don't understand the question, and I won't respond to it." Today, we have a brand-new development straight from the mouth from one of Arrested's key players. To the banana stand!Inaugurating the AD Film Tracker is Ron Howard, who said this during his junket duties for Frost/Nixon:
The life of an Arrested Development fan is not an easy one. It's ongoing, angina-flaring dice game of will they or won't they—have first-cousin sex? Get a hand-transplant? Get a fourth-season renewal? Or, most recently, make an AD movie. One day it's yes, the next day it's no. That last one was an ouch, as Michael Cera relayed the news via a 25-second rumor-dousing call. (Sweet and sensitive our ass.) But wait—wipe those tears away, for Jeffrey Tambor—quite possibly the most wonderful Bluth of all!—says the movie. Is. Back. ON!. Collider.com reports:
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