Netflix may be a little stricter with its renewal policies these days, but Ozark isn’t done laundering money just yet. The Jason Bateman-Laura Linney drama is officially headed back to the Lake with a second season order.
Almost five years will have passed when Arrested Development Season 5 picks up, yet the Bluths remain as topical as ever. Jason Bateman re-affirms that Season 5 will take the form of a murder-mystery with timely Trump parallels, but not an end to the story.
Well, I don’t know what you expected, but it looks like Arrested Development Season 5 is finally gearing up. For real, this time! Star Jason Bateman has signed the dotted line, and the banana stand could open as early as this summer.
That headline may sound like the sort of fake movie that characters would make fun of in another, better movie, but it is most certainly real. Rachel McAdams and Jason Bateman are teaming up for Game Night, a new film from Vacation filmmaking duo (and Spider-Man: Homecoming scribes) John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein. Though the title implies a fairly basic comedy setup, this one comes with a twist — well, two twists, really, since this also happens to be a Rachel McAdams movie in which she doesn’t fall in love with a time-traveler, for once.
In what will probably result in a much more amusing film than the last time the two appeared on screen together, Jennifer Aniston and Jason Bateman are reuniting for a new comedy titled Significant Other. Bateman will direct, produce and co-star in the upcoming film with Aniston, who will also serve as executive producer. Based on the strength of Bateman’s directorial debut, Bad Words, we can at least take comfort knowing that this has to be better than The Switch, right?
A new, full trailer for 'Horrible Bosses 2' has arrived, and in it we see just what it is that has driven our favorite bad co-workers/besties to such horrible lengths this time around: turns out, being an entrepreneur isn't as easy as you might think, and neither is kidnapping ... or, uh, "kidnaping." They're not so great at spelling, either.
Jason Bateman, Jason Sudeikis and Charlie Day return in "Horrible Bosses 2", set to hit theaters Nov. 26. If you think they were total washouts as murderers, wait until you see them try their hand at kidnapping! We've got your first look at the trailer...