Jason Bateman has become one of the most consistently reliable sources for entertainment in recent years and he will soon make his way back to the medium that made him famous.Click To Continue Reading
According to A.V. Club, Jason Bateman — who you probably still see as the one innocuous Bluth of Arrested Development — is now turning towards crime drama, in the role of producer, director and star of a series called Ozark. …Read ...
Finally unleashing the dead-eyed anti-hero that’s always lurked just beneath the surface of his snarky sitcom persona, Jason Bateman is getting into the lucrative crime drama trade. The actor and director has signed on to produce and star in Ozark, a new series that’s apparently about money laundering in the ol’ Missouri boondocks. Show More Summary
Arrested Development star Jason Bateman is returning to television as the star, executive producer and director of Ozark, a new series for MRC and Aggregate. Bateman is taking a dramatic turn with the hourlong Ozark, created by rising feature writer Bill Dubuque (The Judge). Show More Summary
Jason Bateman has already navigated a few tricky transitions in his career with a low-key charm that has made it look far easier than it must have actually been. Once a child actor on such television shows as "Silver Spoons," as an adult he reemerged as a deadpan everyman on TV's "Arrested Development"...
There were probably those who thought that Bad Words, Jason Bateman's outrageously funny directing debut, was a one-off: just an actor stretching his wings or perhaps exercising his ego. But that film was too self-assured and wickedly...Show More Summary
Tyler Posey may be the hottest wolf since teenage Jason Bateman. If you watch Teen Wolf, you understand the appeal and why he leads a cast of equally handsome young gentlemen. There's something about the homoerotic supernatural thatShow More Summary
It’s rare when an actor with Jason Bateman‘s stature in Hollywood admits that a project just didn’t work. That said, Bateman did just that when it was brought up on Marc Maron’s WTF podcast. Maron has a wonderful way of getting actors...Show More Summary
After the jump: Jennifer Love Hewitt and Ethan Embry want a Can’t Hardly Wait reunion Jason Bateman admits Horrible Bosses 2 was a paycheck gig Jonathan Ames is still working on that Bored to Death movie See more pics of Michael B. Jordan and Sylvester Stallone in Creed Zachary Quinto on returning to Star Trek without J.J. Show More Summary
Compared to its predecessor, Horrible Bosses 2 did supremely poorly compared to its predecessor. Despite costing $7 million more than the first Horrible Bosses, the sequel wound up bringing in only half the amount of money. It's notShow More Summary
More so than the earlier seasons of Arrested Development, the fourth installment seemed to polarize the show?s fanbase, and star Jason Bateman has a pretty good idea of why it wasn't more accepted by fans. Click To Continue Reading
SPOILERS AHEAD! Don't read this unless you want the twist revealed. "The Gift," a mystery-thriller released August 7, stars Jason Bateman, Rebecca Hall, and Joel Edgerton, who also steps in as first-time director. No blood and guts in...Show More Summary
"Way more ambitious and challenging than its "Blumhouse Special" marketing led me to believe. This is a thriller for adults, teens who thought THE GALLOWS was the tits... STAY AWAY!""The Arrow reviews The Gift" Read More...
Shouldn’t a thriller be a little more... thrilling? mpaa rating:R (For language.) Genre:Thriller Directed By: Joel Edgerton Run Time: 1 hour 48 minutes Cast: Joel Edgerton, Jason Bateman, Rebecca Hall, David Denman Theatre Release:August...Show More Summary
Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux tied the knot last weekend in a super secret ceremony at their home in Los Angeles. While tons of celebrities like Howard Stern, Jimmy Kimmel, Ellen DeGeneres, Jason Bateman, Lisa Kudrow, Orlando Bloom,...Show More Summary
Few shows lend themselves to rewatching quite as well as Arrested Development. The four (and possibly more) seasons of Mitch Hurwitz’s inventive sitcom layer more Easter eggs, callbacks, and obscure references into each episode than even the most eagle-eyed viewer can catch the first time through. Show More Summary
Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux may have picked one of the most romantic destinations on earth — Bora Bora — for their honeymoon, but it is far from the traditional… READ ON
In "The Gift," written and directed by actor Joel Edgerton, Simon (Jason Bateman) and his wife (Rebecca Hall) have an awkward reunion dinner with a guy Simon knew from high school, a guy named Gordon (nicknamed "Gordo", played by Edgerton). Show More Summary
Dark Places - Charlize Theron, Nicholas Hoult Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’ - Animated Fantastic Four - Miles Teller, Michael B. Jordan The Gift - Jason Bateman, Joel Edgerton Irrational Man - Joaquin Phoenix, Emma Stone Ricki and the Flash - Meryl Streep, Rick Springfield Shaun the Sheep Movie (opened Wednesday) - Animated
There’s a little more to him than just being ‘a good guy.’