Actor Jason Bateman stopped by this morning's TODAY and opened up on directing and starring in his new comedy 'Bad Words', in which he says his character crashes a spelling bee to exact some revenge. (more...)
Focus Features has just debuted a green band trailer for Jason Bateman's upcoming comedy BAD WORDS. The film will open in select theaters on March 21 before expanding nationwide on March 28th. (more...)
Television's biggest night took place in Century Park, CA this Saturday, September 21 st, where the entertainment industry came together for the seventh annual 'Evening Before' party, benefitting the MPTF (Motion Picture & Television Fund). (more...)
Deadline reports that ENOUGH SAID, one of the final films featuring the late actor James Gandolfini, will now be released on Sepember 18th. Originally, Fox Searchlight had planned to launch the Nicole Holofcener-directed comedy on September 20th. (more...)
Allison Janney is mulling over joining Melissa McCarthy and Susan Sarandon for a road trip. According to Variety, Janney has officially entered negotiations to star in McCarthy's upcoming comedy TAMMY. (more...)
As first reported by Deadline, Allison Janney and Phillip Baker Hall have officially signed on for Jason Bateman's upcoming directorial debut, BAD WORDS. The dark comedy is set to begin filming this week in LA.
The Oscar winner and beloved actress, Shirley MacLaine, is reportedly in talks to join BRIDESMAIDES' Melissa McCarthy in the upcoming road-trip flick, TAMMY. MacLaine is said to have been offered the role, and is having a one-on-one with McCarthy, who also co-wrote the movie for New Line, tonight.
REAGAN'S FIRST WEEK AT HOME WITH AMY MAY UPSET THE DELICATE BALANCE OF THE NEIGHBORHOOD - SEAN HAYES AND BEN FALCONE GUEST STAR -- As Chris (Will Arnett) and Scott (Luka Jones) take on their new business, Reagan (Christina Applegate) tries her best to get the hang of being a stay at home mom and deal with the quirks of the neighborhood. Meanwhile, Ava (Maya Rudolph) is unexpectedly reunited with her former accompanist, Walter (guest star Sean Hayes), whose life she may have ruined on her rise to success.