Justin Wade Grant is best known for playing jock Steve Holt -- opposite Jason Bateman and Michael Cera -- in the sitcom "Arrested Development." Guess what he looks like now!
Zootopia, the latest animated comedy from the folks at Disney, is now available to purchase and rent on Google Play. Starring the voices of Ginnifer Goodwin, Jason Bateman, Idris Elba and more, Zootopia takes place in a world where animals rule. Show More Summary
"Will Arnett put you up to this, didn't he?" That's what Jason Bateman said to his agent four years ago when this Arrested Development star learned that Walt Disney Animation Studios wanted him to come voice one of the leads for Zootopia. "Ever...Show More Summary
Jason Batman’s directorial debut in “Bad Words” was a home run. His second attempt at directing and playing the lead is in “The Family Fang” which will be releasing on [...]
Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley are game to reunite with New Line Cinema. The Spider-Man: Homecoming screenwriters have been hired to rewrite Game Night, the pic being produced by Jason Bateman’s Aggregate Films. GoldsteinShow More Summary
Jason Bateman’s sophomore effort showcases his directorial chops, while he also provides a complex performance alongside Nicole Kidman. But The Family Fang’s plot is too flaccid to fully invest. Click To Continue Reading
I have to say I really admired Jason Bateman’s wickedly funny feature directorial debut, Bad Words and now he has followed it up with another winning indie, although the focus is on a dysfunctional family mystery this time around. He and Nicole Kidman play siblings whose childhood was unique to say the least. Show More Summary
Based on the popular 2011 novel of the same name by Kevin Wilson, “The Family Fang” has been adapted for the screen by David Lindsay-Abaire and directed by Jason Bateman, claiming its own surprising territory with a tone that is by turns darkly comic and bleakly morose. The story grapples with...
Along with movies Baby Driver and Hidden Figures, a new comedy, Office Christmas Party, starring Olivia Munn and Jason Bateman, is filming in Atlanta. Plus, find out which TV pilots are in town and which major Marvel hero you might soon see on the city's streets.
Starz Digital gave an exclusive one-theater run to The Family Fang, Jason Bateman's second feature directorial, starring Christopher Walken, Nicole Kidman, Kathryn Hahn and Bateman himself over the weekend. The title had a decent start ahead of its expansion into 40 markets and VOD this coming week. Show More Summary
In the new movie The Family Fang, Nicole Kidman and Jason Bateman (who also directed) play adult siblings who are still reeling from their mixed-up childhood under the tutelage of performance-artist father Christopher Walken. Kidman’s character, especially, has found her unconventional upbringing hard to shake: Though she grew up to ... More »
Actor Jason Bateman made his feature directorial debut with the 2013 comedy, Bad Words. Bateman’s sophomore effort, The Family Fang, is a slightly less aggressive film. Bateman’s adaptation of Kevin Wilson‘s novel, written by David Lindsay-Abaire (Rabbit...Show More Summary
Fresh off its Tribeca Film Festival premiere, Jason Bateman's The Family Fang, starring himself along with Christopher Walken and Nicole Kidman, begins its theatrical run. This is Bateman's second directorial feature, following his 2014 debut, Bad Words. Show More Summary
It’s easy to see why Jason Bateman and Nicole Kidman would be attracted to an adaptation of Kevin Wilson’s novel The Family Fang. The movie doesn’t emphasize the parallels between its characters and the stars playing them, but they’re present nonetheless. Show More Summary
Sam Richardson (Veep) and Vanessa Bayer (Saturday Night Live) round out the cast of Office Christmas Party, the ensemble holiday comedy starring Jennifer Aniston, Jason Bateman, Olivia Munn, T.J. Miller and Kate McKinnon. When a CEOShow More Summary
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6y4HKB32MIM&nohtml5 Jason Bateman directs and stars in "The Family Fang," based on the book by Kevin Wilson, about the adult children of performance artists, who included them in their stunts, pranks, and displays. Nicole Kidman, Kathryn Hahn, and Christopher Walken co-star.
Deadline’s studio at the Tribeca Film Festival, now in its second year and hosted by The Lincoln Motor Company, has been greeting such fest-goers as Jason Bateman (actor/director of The Family Fang), Jason and Robert Schwartzman (Dreamland), Danny DeVito with kids Lucy and Jake (Curmudgeons), Zosia Mamet (Mildred and the Dying Parlor), and many more. Show More Summary
Further solidifying his role as a multi-hyphenate in the wake of being an award winning actor and successful producer (The Identify Thief, $174M global), Jason Bateman makes his second directorial after 2013’s Bad Words with The Family...Show More Summary
Best-known for his award-winning acting on the critically acclaimed sitcom "Arrested Development," Jason Bateman is now the director as well as the co-star of Nicole Kidman in the new movie "The Family Fang," in which they play the children of missing performance artists. Show More Summary
Jason Bateman directs and stars with Nicole Kidman in this adaptation of Kevin Wilson’s novel. A couple became famous in the ’70s for pulling bizarre pranks, which often included their kids. Now they’ve gone missing, and their offspring don’t know if it’s another prank or not.