"I love it. I actually think I might have asked (Bateman) ... if that was possible," the Herald Sun quoted Aniston as telling MTV.com, responding to the comments made by Jason Bateman he would like to cast her in the long delayed flick. "Anything to work with Jason," she added.
Bateman has previously said "there's a real good part for her in the Arrested Development movie." Mitch Hurwitz, series creator, is still writing the screenplay for the big-screen follow-up to the sitcom, which ended in 2006. Bateman said he unsure whether Aniston's schedule would allow her to join the cast.
"She's busy. She's pretty famous," Bateman said. "I don't know if you've heard of her. She's pretty backed up," he added.
Melbourne (ANI): Jennifer Aniston has revealed that she would be interested to do a role in still-not-yet-confirmed 'Arrested Development' movie.