Well, well, well it sounds like the Arrested Development movie cameras might start rolling sometime soon. One of the film’s co-star’s Will Arnett recently gave a quick update on when the actors are set to reprise their roles for the Bluth centered project. We’ve been hearing for months that the Arrested Development script is for lack of a better word, being “developed” and now a shoot date is in our grasp!

The actor spoke to ComingSoon, about the Arrested Development movie and revealed that they should start production on it some time this year. A 2010 production date, might mean a 2011 release date if everything goes according to plan. Arnett, as well as many of the other cast members from the show have been extremely busy since its cancellation in 2006. He along with Jason Bateman and Michael Cera have been on the ball for the past four years, so seeing them on the big screen together will be a real treat. Here’s what Arnett had to say about the movie…

“We are working on the movie right now, yeah… We don’t have a completed script yet, but it’s forthcoming and we’re going to make the movie this year. That’s the plan, said the actor in earnest, before deadpanning, “We’re hoping once Jason Bateman gets out of rehab. I think that we’re going to start shooting. Oh, was I not supposed to…? Please don’t air that.”

From his lips to the studio god’s ears. Hopefully, the planning for everything goes right and all the actor’s schedules will be clear at some point this year (I’m looking at you Michael Cera). We’ll see how this goes.

Do you think they’ll start production on the movie this year?