'Arrested Development' Creator: Michael Cera is Holding Up the Movie

As our Arrested Development Film Tracker™ continues to fill up with "yes" balloons, one very prominent "no" remains as Ann as the nose on plain's face. But could Michael Cera single-handedly delay the movie?

In an interview with Fancast, the show's creator Mitchell Hurwitz dishes on some of the ideas he's had for the AD movie: a prequel? A film within a film? A straight-ahead story with an animated recap? There's just one problem: he can't begin writing a script until the entire cast signs on, and there's one key dissenter...

So what of the rumors that new dad Will Arnett and shiny movie star Michael Cera are the only two remaining holdouts?

"I don’t want to talk about who is holding out right now because we might still work that out and I don’t want to pressure anyone through the press," said Hurwitz. "Although I will say that Will Arnett is gung-ho, so there’s a big clue!"

Arnett's confirmation provides one more "yea" vote for the Film Tracker™ now we can only wait for someone, somewhere, to interview Alia Shawkat, hopefully providing the final inducement Portia de Rossi will need to return to the screen instead of languidly flipping through Life & Style in Ellen's green room. Will a united, unanimous Bluth clan change Cera's mind? Or will the role of George Michael suddenly be played by a stammering Haley Joel Osment?