Jason Bateman will team up with Game Night writer Mark Perez for an untitled Netflix action comedy with a pretty insane premise.
Learn how Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams' Max and Annie first meet in the second trailer for Game Night, which comes packed with new footage.
A group of couples decide to kick their weekly Game Night up a notch, with some unexpected results, in two new TV spots.
Jennifer Aniston and Jason Bateman will join T.J. Miller and Kate McKinnon in the upcoming comedy Office Christmas Party.
Two cops discover a conspiracy in their modern mammal metropolis in the first trailer for Zootopia, hitting theaters spring 2016
Joel Edgerton stars in and makes his directorial debut with The Gift, starring Jason Bateman as a married man haunted by his past.
Ginnifer Goodwin will play an optimistic police bunny opposite Jason Bateman as a seasoned fox detective in Zootopia.
Jason Bateman and Rebecca Hall star as a married couple whose lives are upended by an old secret in the first trailer for The Gift.
Jason Bateman's Nick meets Jennifer Aniston's Julia during a support group meeting in the second scene from Horrible Bosses 2.
The 40-year-old heir to a hotel fortune is cut off by his parents, sending him on a journey of self-discovery in The Longest Week.
Nick, Dale and Kurt are back and seeking revenge when their new company is pulled out from underneath them in the first trailer for Horrible Bosses 2.
No plot details were given for this untitled FBI wedding comedy, which marks Jason Bateman's third directorial project following Bad Words and The Family Fang.
Directors Kief Davidson and Daniel Junge will premiere this documentary at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 20th.
The actor and first-time filmmaker discusses why he wanted to take the helm of this raucous comedy, which expands nationwide starting today.
A 40-year-old spelling bee champ connects with an awkward 10-year old in this latest look at the comedy.
Guy Trilby explains the origins of his winning word in this latest look at the hilariously foul-mouthed comedy, in theaters this March.
The Arrested Development star makes his feature directorial debut more than 25 years after becoming the youngest DGA member in history.
Jason Bateman makes his feature directorial debut starring as a foul mouthed middle-age man who decides to hijack a spelling competition.
Nicole Kidman stars in this adaptation about adult siblings who help their parents pull off one final performance art piece. David Lindsay-Abaire wrote the screenplay.
Production kicks off today on director Sean Anders' follow-up to the 2011 blockbuster comedy.