Jane Fonda has varied and impressive achievements over her career, including two Oscar wins and being a 1980s aerobics icon. Now she can add something else: the ability to make Jason Bateman cry.
When we last saw Kevin Spacey as horrible boss Dave Harken, a dangerously-out-of-his-gourd CEO, he’d been sentenced to some hard prison time for shooting Bobby (Colin Farrell) dead. In this clip from 'Horrible Bosses 2,' seen first only on Yahoo Movies, we see the sequel picks right up where the original left off.
Tina Fey, Jane Fonda, Jason Bateman, and the rest of the all-star cast 'This Is Where I Leave You' hit Los Angeles for the premiere on Sept. 15.
The latest trailer for 'Horrible Bosses 2' features Chris Pine getting in on the action and Jennifer Action looking for some action.
By Tatiana Siegel, Borys Kit Playwright David Bar Katz is rewriting the project, which began life at Warner Bros. as a vehicle for Steve Carell. Universal is looking to reteam with Jason Bateman. The studio behind Bateman’s feature helming debut Bad Words has put the actor-director on its untitled FBI wedding comedy. Playwright David Bar Katz is writing the new take for the project, which tells of two undercover FBI agents who pretend to fall in love and use their wedding as a law enforcement trap against the mob.
If you’re a fan of comedy, you probably think you already know Kathryn Hahn. But until you’ve gone out on a Speed Date with her, you don’t know [insert bad word here]. She’s up to her old laugh-inducing tricks again starring opposite Jason Bateman in the deviously inappropriate comedy “Bad Words,” which expands wide this weekend.
Jason Bateman may have been a dynamite actor as a child, but a dynamite speller? Eh, not so much. "I was not a great speller. I was in one spelling bee when I was a little kid.
Jason Bateman has made a career out of playing prickly-yet-strangely-loveable characters. In “Bad Words,” Bateman makes his feature film directorial debut while also playing Guy Trilby, a jerk of an adult trying to capitalize on a loophole in the rules and beat out a bunch of over-achieving kids in the Golden Quill National Spelling Bee.
Jason Bateman would like to have a word with you. And looks like it starts with the letter “F.” Bateman stars and makes his directorial debut in “Bad Words ,” a gleefully foul-mouthed R-rated comedy. Bateman plays Guy Trilby, a 40-something misfit who discovers a loophole that allows him to compete in the National Spelling Bee.