Saturday, August 1, 2015

New development for 'Arrested' star

Another day, another double entendre:

New development for 'Arrested' star


Another day, another double entendre:

Portia de Rossi, who plays a scary boss in an even scarier workplace in an upcoming ABC comedy, "Better Off Ted," is asked about the character, which she calls her "favorite."

(Yes, fans of "Ally McBeal" and "Arrested Development," she's cheating on you.)

"I'm really attracted to strong women -- let me rephrase that, actually," said the actress, who in real life is married to talk-show host Ellen DeGeneres.

Oh, and add de Rossi to the list of "Arrested Development" cast members who are up for the reunion movie.

“We just have to figure out when we all can do it,” she said. “It will be soon, and it is definitely happening, according to ['Arrested' creator] Mitch Hurwitz.”



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