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'Identity Thief' Trailer: Jason Bateman Is Going After Bilbo!

by Nick Romano December 18, 2012 @ 1:42 PM
Universal Pictures
While we're waiting to see Jason Bateman star alongside his 'Arrested Development' castmates once again for the Netflix debut of the series' fourth season, he's got some Hobbit hunting to do. At least, that's what his character thinks lies ahead in the new 'Identity Thief' trailer, but what he gets is a not-so-Bilbo-like Melissa McCarthy who's ready to sock him in the face at a moment's notice.

'Arrested Development' Season 4: First Photo Stars Conan O'Brien!

by Kevin Fitzpatrick October 29, 2012 @ 4:23 PM
It's here, it's here! No, not Hurricane Sandy. Well, that too, but we digress. The first official photograph from Netflix's upcoming fourth season of 'Arrested Development' has hit the web courtesy of Conan O'Brien, and it's...well...let's just say we're not seeing much yet we haven't already seen. So, which Bluths do you think pop up in the first official still? And which recent guest stars are already putting in an appearance?

'Arrested Development's' Jason Bateman Sells '80s Sitcom to NBC

by Kevin Fitzpatrick October 3, 2012 @ 11:40 AM
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Considering the run of good fortune NBC is having this week -- giving full-season orders to both 'Revolution' and its new hit comedies, 'Go On' and 'The New Normal' -- and winning premiere week in the ratings for the first time in nine years, the Peacock is definitely in the mood to capitalize. And what better way to capitalize than to get in business with beloved 'Arrested Development' star Jason Bateman? The likeable everyman star will produce a new single-camera period comedy for the network called 'Then Came Elvis,' so what's it all about?

'Identity Thief' Trailer Has Jason Bateman Battling Melissa McCarthy

by Damon Houx September 26, 2012 @ 6:26 PM
Universal Pictures
Making comedy about a man whose credit line is ruined and is about to go to court for debt because of identity theft seems difficult. It's a nightmare scenario for anyone who's suffered it before. Hopefully Jason Bateman and Melissa McCarthy are enough to make 'Identity Thief' entertaining, and now we've got a trailer for the film.

'Arrested Development' Season 4 Tweets Out First Set Pics

by Kevin Fitzpatrick July 30, 2012 @ 4:11 PM
Salvation, thy name is Bluth.  It's been a tremendously long road to getting 'Arrested Development' the reunion it deserves following the miserable 2003 cancellation, and with miles to go, but every glimpse we get seems like banana from heaven.  The first set and character pictures have emerged from the fourth season, set to debut on Netflix in 2013, and who do you think is looking for his Gangee?

Jason Bateman is Up to Direct Some 'Bad Words'

by Damon Houx July 10, 2012 @ 10:00 PM
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Jason Bateman is a journeyman, having tasted success in the 1980's as a regular on 'Valerie's Family,' and star of the misconceived  'Teen Wolf Too,' only to reinvent himself in the 21st century as one of the premiere straight men on 'Arrested Development' and in movies like 'Horrible Bosses.' And now he's looking to direct.

'Arrested Development' Stars Reunite for 'Call of Duty' Web Series

by Kevin Fitzpatrick June 28, 2012 @ 9:43 AM
IGN / Activision
While we still all patiently await the debut (or even filming) of Netflix's eventual 'Arrested Development' revival, we'll take any chance we have to see our favorite stars of the Bluth family back together.  Now we won't even have to wait until Morgan Spurlock's upcoming documentary 'Mansome' to reunite 'Arrested Development' stars Jason Bateman and Will Arnett, all thanks to two new series from 'Call of Duty!'

'Mansome' Trailer: Watch Jason Bateman And Will Arnett Man Up

by Sean O'Connell April 23, 2012 @ 10:09 AM
Mansome Pictures
Documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock has been on a tear as of late, researching the location of terrorist leader Osama Bin Laden, exploring the omnipotence of product placement in pop culture, and embracing the geek community that convenes on San Diego for Comic-Con each year. But his latest film asks one of the most difficult questions our society has yet to answer: What makes a man?