NEW YORK, Feb 1, 2009 (UPI via COMTEX) -- Comedian David Cross says there still appears to be a possibility of seeing a film version of the defunct U.S. TV series "Arrested Development."
While Cross, who played Tobias Funke on the former FOX series, admitted to not knowing much about the potential film production, he assured "Arrested" fans that things appeared to be headed in the right direction, the New York Post reported Sunday.
"I'll tell you what I know, which is, I don't know," Cross told the Post. "But that's better than what it was prior to the last four months, which was, It's not gonna happen."
Cross said "Arrested" creator Mitch Hurwitz had already contacted him about the possibility of revisiting his former TV role in a film version.
The comedian also spoke with the Post about his reported new show with Bob Odenkirk, with whom he created the TV comedy "Mr. Show."
"Bob and I wrote some stuff, had a great time writing and shooting it and everybody was psyched," said Cross, who added the editing process for the show was less than inspiring.