The Hollywood Reporter said the series' creator, Mitchell Hurwitz, and his co-executive producer, James Vallely, are working on a screenplay for a Fox Searchlight-produced film about the adventures of the eccentric, wealthy Bluth family.
Hurwitz is set to direct the movie, the entertainment industry trade newspaper said.
There has been speculation for years about plans for a feature film version of "Arrested Development."
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