‘Bad Words’, the directorial debut of Jason Bateman, releases a red-band trailer

Bad Words

While Jason Bateman was recognisable to some with roles in features such as Teen Wolf Too, the cult hit show Arrested Development garnered him a whole new set of fans, and a new career trajectory that led to roles in films such as Horrible Bosses, Juno, Hancock, Extract, and Identity Thief. Many fans, however, were interested to learn that not only would Bateman be starring in his next feature, he would be making his feature film directorial debut as well. Working on a script by Andrew Dodge, the film, titled Bad Words, sees Bateman working with a cast that includes Allison Janney, Kathryn Hahn, Rohan Chand, Rachael Harris, and Philip Baker Hall. The first red-band trailer for the film has now been released, and can be seen below.

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