One well-covered aspect of the new season has been its list of guest stars, which is absolutely immense: Ben Stiller, Seth Rogen, Kristen Wiig, Isla Fisher, Terry Crews, Conan O'Brien and John Slattery, to name only a few. And after Rogen told a Wondercon audience recently that he “worked with [Wiig]” on the show, pair that with the fact that Wiig's role is a young Lucille Bluth in flashback, and you have an intriguing match. A young George Sr. would be the obvious answer, but leave it up to Mitch Hurwitz to go the opposite route.
Other vague yet compelling details have emerged as well, not really to do with the narrative, but more of what the new episodes mean for the show. In a recent interview with GQ, Jason Bateman revealed some misconceptions he's been hearing. "It is not season four. It got misbranded or mislabeled way, way, way back when and was never corrected for one reason or another,” he said. “There are different agendas at work there, but it is not season four."
So what then will the fourteen episodes represent when they hit Netflix streams in May? Another mystery added to the pile, and even another question mark put onto claims about a feature film, as David Cross -- in conversation with Michael Cera in NY - claimed he “[doesn't] know if there's going to be a movie” after all. Luckily for us, we'll have one of those answers in just a short while. [Comic Book Resources/Gothamist]