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    9 New Posters For 'Arrested Development'; Jason Bateman & David Cross Cautious About The Movie

    Bananas and ice cream sandwiches -- if you're a fan of "Arrested Development" you already know what those things mean to show, and if you don't, you should be catching up on all three seasons right now before the batch of new episodes hit Netflix next month. All this to say, there are three new post...

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    Watch: Trust No One Else In Clip From 'Disconnect' Plus New Pics Of Marc Jacobs, Jason Bateman, Alexander Skarsgard & More

    A sprawling tale set against the backdrop of bits and bytes, filmmaker Henry Alex Rubin -- the Oscar-nominated director of the documentary "Murderball" -- tackles the internet age in his first feature in seven years, "Disconnect." It heads to theaters this weekend and a new clip from the movie has d...

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    Jason Bateman Says 'Arrested Development' Was “Misbranded”; David Cross Has Doubts About Movie

    It's almost hard to believe that the return of “Arrested Development,” while only a month away from its May Netflix premiere, is really happening -- perhaps partly because the event's been so anticipated, and partly because so little has been revealed on its contents. Drips of info have been leaked ...

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    This Time The Bosses Are *Really* Horrible: Jason Bateman, Charlie Day & Jason Sudeikis Sign For 'Horrible Bosses 2'

    In the works for a while now, "Horrible Bosses 2" seemed inevitable. The first film – great concept, pretty dull execution – powered its way to over $200 million worldwide. So no surprise that at the beginning of 2012, word first started burbling about a sequel, and by the summer, Seth Gordon was be...

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    Watch: Intense New Trailer for Henry-Alex Rubin's Tech Thriller 'Disconnect'

    The latest trailer for Henry-Alex Rubin's dramatic thriller "Disconnect" is an intense two-and-a-half minute glimpse into the chaos of the film's various stories, all intertwined by the consequences of technology.

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    Watch: The Internet Will Ruin Your Life In Trailer For 'Disconnect' With Jason Bateman, Alexander Skarsgård & More

    Ah, the internet/hacker/computer movie. "The Net," "Hackers," "Firewall," "Swimfan," "FearDotCom"...for every "The Social Network" there are about five of those kinds of movies that leadenly and obviously point out the perils of going online. And thus, "Disconnect."

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    Weekend Box Office Top Ten: 'Identity Thief' First Breakout of 2013 Amid Weak Field

    A weekend standout amid weather closings, "Identity Thief" outdid expectations for a terrific opening. While a number of recent releases and older Oscar contenders held up well (following the depleted Super Bowl weekend), most or all of the Top 10 films are successes. So what's the worry?

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    Box Office: 'Identity Thief' Steals Top Spot With Best R-Rated Comedy Opening In February Ever

    Schedule management is underrated. Your studio might have a film that screams “hit,” you might market the picture like a genius, and you might have the hottest actor in the world. But sometimes, films are filling a void left empty for casual audience goers, and the demand is pent-up not for a specif...

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    IDENTITY THIEF

    Pairing likable Jason Bateman as a victim and outrageous Melissa McCarthy as the title character in "Identity Thief" would seem to be a perfect comedy setup. The results, however, are less than perfect…

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    Review: 'Identity Thief' Joylessly Steals Nearly Two Hours Of Your Life

    When studios screen comedies for critics, there is typically an audience there, no matter how far in advance the screening. The reason, of course, is that an audience responding to a comedy in a positive way has a kind of transformative power – laughing and having fun with your fellow moviegoers is ...

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