AUSTIN – If it were up to Rohan Chand, the boy wonder and spelling bee champion who befriends Guy Trilby (Jason Bateman) in "Bad Words," everyone at the film's SXSW after-party would be sitting in…
As Focus Features absorbs both the indie distrib FilmDistrict and its founder Peter Schlessel by January, Focus will be able to move into making the kind of movies that FilmDistrict has become known…
Focus Features has snapped up worldwide distribution rights to Jason Bateman’s directorial debut “Bad Words,” portending an active buying session at the Toronto Film Festival. The deal was made at…
Jason Bateman stars in and directs this exuberantly foul-mouthed and mean-spirited comedy, an often uproarious model of sharp scripting and spirited acting.
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Five years after helming urban Brit hit "Kidulthood," Menhaj Huda returns with "Everywhere & Nowhere," exploring what it means to be young and Asian in contempo London.
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