The previous trailer for Disney’s Zootopia took exposition too far by having Jason Bateman’s scam artist/fox Nick Wilde over-explain a familiar conceit of a world occupied only by animals, despite the fact that everything about society seems to have been made by humans, for humans. Show More Summary
A fox (Jason Bateman) and a rabbit (Ginnifer Goodwin) are in a hurry to get information from a sloth (Raymon S. Persi) in a new trailer for Disney‘s upcoming animated feature Zootopia. The film will be released in theaters on March 4, 2015. image via Zootopia
Walt Disney Animation Studios has released the teaser trailer for its upcoming animated comedy-adventure “Zootopia.” The film features the voice talents of Ginnifer Goodwin, and Jason Bateman. The modern mammal metropolis of Zootopia is a city like no other. Show More Summary
Disney's anthropomorphic, digitally animated animal adventure ZOOTOPIA starring Jason Bateman and Ginnifer Goodwin drops its first trailer! Read the full article on AICN Hey folks, Scurlock here. There's nothing like a current and upcoming...Show More Summary
Jason Bateman's con-artist fox and Ginnifer Goodwin's rabbit cop face a DMV staffed by sloths in the first full-length trailer for the animated comedy-adventure.
The new Disney animated film features the voices of Ginnifer Goodwin and Jason Bateman. It will be released in 2016.
According to Deadline, Jason Bateman has joined the cast of Felt, the Watergate movie that is still not a Kermit The Frog biopic. Liam Neeson is starring in the film as FBI Deputy Director Mark Felt, better known to a pair of Washington Post reporters in the ‘70s as Deep Throat. Show More Summary
He'll star opposite Liam Neeson and Diane Lane in the historic spy thriller The post Deep Throat Thriller Felt Adds Jason Bateman appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
EXCLUSIVE: Jason Bateman has been cast as FBI agent Charlie Bates in Felt opposite Liam Neeson. Bates discovers that FBI Deputy Director Mark Felt (Neeson) is leaking classified information on the Watergate investigation, and is conflicted about whether to destroy his mentor or protect him. Show More Summary
"The Gift" was one of summer's surprise hits, but it turns out we haven't heard the last of Gordo the Weirdo. In this exclusive deleted scene from the film, Jason Bateman's character is reeling from the mysterious disappearance of his...Show More Summary
Walt Disney Animation Studios introduces the Cast of next spring's big screen adventure 'Zootopia', which is headlined by Jason Bateman and Ginnifer Goodwin.
Disney has announced the full cast of their upcoming 2016 animated feature, “Zootopia”. The film is set in a sprawling metropolis populated by non-human mammals. Joining previously announced leads Jason Bateman and Ginnifer Goodwin will be Idris Elba, J.K. Show More Summary
Zootopia is filling up. Disney has announced the full cast of its 2016 animated feature, set in a sprawling metropolis populated by non-human mammals. Joining previously announced leads Jason Bateman and Ginnifer Goodwin will be Idris Elba, J.K. Show More Summary
Starz has snapped up all U.S. distribution rights to the Jason Bateman-directed family drama The Family Fang with plans of a 2016 theatrical release through its multiplatform label Starz Digital. Following a theatrical play, Family Fang will play exclusively on Starz. Show More Summary
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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