The latest casting announcement for one of Fox’s new series will reunite two of the stars of "Arrested Development," TVGuide.com reports.
David Cross has signed a deal to join Will Arnett in "Running Wilde," the story says.
"Running Wilde," from "Arrested Development" creator Mitch Hurwitz, will feature Cross in seven of the series’ first 13 episodes, including the pilot, which airs Sept. 21, the article says. Cross’ character will be Andy, the environmentalist fiance of Keri Russell’s character.
Cross is taking over the role from Andrew Daly, who played the character in the show’s original pilot, the article adds.
In a related story, the on-again, off-again saga of bringing "Arrested Development" to the big screen seems to be on again, reports The Wrap.
In the current GQ magazine, Hurwitz said that once "Running Wilde" is up and running, his attention will shift to the "Arrested Development" feature. Arnett confirmed to GQ that the film will indeed happen.