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    Gravitas Ventures Acquires Comedy 'The Longest Week,' Starring Jason Bateman and Olivia Wilde

    Gravitas Ventures has nabbed U.S. rights to Peter Glanz's "The Longest Week." The comedy stars Jenny Slate, Olivia Wilde, Billy Crudup and Jason Bateman and is based on Glanz's short film "A Relationship in Four Days," which screened at the Cannes and Sundance film festivals.

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    Happy Birthday, 'Arrested Development' Season 4: A Look Back, No Forget-Me-Nows

    One year later, how has the season settled into the public consciousness? How does it hold up upon repeat viewings? And can we expect its like again?

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    Exclusive: Still Photos from Jason Bateman's Foul-Mouthed Comedy 'Bad Words'

    Leading up to its SXSW screening next month, Indiewire is pleased to exclusively premiere stills from Jason Bateman's directorial debut ,"Bad Words." The photos all feature Bateman, who, in addition to his behind-the-camera work, stars in the foul-mouthed comedy alongside Alison Janney, Kathryn Hahn...

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    Trailer of the Week: Jason Bateman Acts Like a Bully in His Directorial Debut 'Bad Words'

    Before the Trailer, We Thought: Critically well received upon its unveiling at last year's Toronto International Film Festival, Jason Bateman's directorial debut "Bad Words" emerged as one of the hottest buys of the festival after Focus Features nabbed worldwide rights to the hard-R comedy.

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    Trailer of the Week: Jason Bateman Bullies a Bunch of Kids via Foul Wordplay in Directorial Debut 'Bad Words'

    Before the Trailer, We Thought: Critically well received upon its unveiling at this year's Toronto International Film Festival, Jason Bateman's directorial debut "Bad Words" emerged as one of the hottest buys of the festival after Focus Features nabbed worldwide rights to the hard-R comedy.

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    Everything You'd Ever Want to Know About Toronto 2013: Here's All Of Indiewire's Coverage

    The 2013 Toronto International Film Festival ended on Sunday with "12 Years a Slave" winning the Blackberry People's Choice Award. Indiewire was on the scene for the 37th edition to report on the latest acquisitions, review the anticipated titles, and interview many of the artists. Below find all of...

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    Toronto: Jason Bateman On His Old Partying Days and Why He Made His Directorial Debut 'Bad Words'

    Jason Bateman has come a long way from that punchy little kid watched in living rooms all over America in the 80s. His stock has risen and fallen more than once and he’s taking the opportunities afforded to him by recent successes to beef up his resume. Like so many Ron Howards before him, Bateman i...

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    The 5 Best Episodes Of 'Arrested Development' From The First 3 Seasons

    "Arrested Development," as the opening credits inform us, is the story "of one wealthy family, who lost everything and the son who had no choice but to keep them all together." This synopsis, about the Bluth family and their continued struggles, makes it sound like something out of the Chuck Lorre ...

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    Greg Kinnear As Jason Bateman? We Almost Got A Meta-Meta ‘Arrested Development’ Movie & 8 Things Learned About The New Netflix Season

    Seven years in the making, and honestly not something many realistic pragmatists like us thought would ever come to pass, “Arrested Development” is returning in May on Netflix with all the 15 episodes at once, so you can binge through them all in one sitting, as is the norm for big TV digestion thes...

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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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