It's a big year for David Cross. In addition the the long-awaited return of Arrested Development (coming to Netflix with 15 new episodes May 26th), he has a book of unproduced scripts he wrote with Bob Odenkirk out this fall and his new movie It's a Disaster opens in select theaters today and is available on VOD. I recently had the chance to talk to Cross about what it was like to get back into character as Tobias Fünke, the movies he and Bob Odenkirk wrote together that were never made, and how he wishes there were more movies like It's a Disaster:
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