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The new Mumford & Sons video for the single "Hopeless Wanderer" features a hilarious new take on the band.
Jason Bateman, Ed Helms of "The Office" and "Saturday Night Live" alums Will Forte and Jason Sudeikis step in for the band members in the music video. The actors are dressed like the band as well, donning vests, suspenders, denim and dress shirts rolled up at the elbow. The actors also pretend to play instruments as they lip-sync along to the track.
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Jason Bateman and his wife Amanda Anka welcomed their second child on Friday, February 10.
The actor's rep told People magazine that the couple welcomed a baby girl named Maple Sylvie Bateman.
Jason Bateman and his wife, Amanda Anka, are expecting their second child, according to Anka's father.
Bateman and his wife have been married since 2001, and they have a 4-year-old daughter named Francesca Nora.
Ryan Reynolds said that the cast really went "hardcore" in his new R-rated romantic comedy film "The Change-Up."
The movie, which hit theaters on Friday, August 5, depicts the hijinks that ensue after a married man, played by Jason Bateman, switches bodies with his single best friend, portrayed by Ryan Reynolds, so that he can pursue his hot co-worker, played by Wilde. Leslie Mann portrays Bateman's character's wife and mother of his baby.
Jason Bateman recently explained why the writers of his new R-rated romantic comedy film, "The Change-Up," chose peeing in a fountain as the route to body-switching.
"The writers aren't going to bore you by having some incredibly inspired device with which you accomplish something absurd," Bateman told OnTheRedCarpet.com at the film's Hollywood premiere. "They're just like let's just have them pee in a fountain and get it over with because our obligation is to entertain you after that, not to give you some scientifically-vetted way to switch bodies."
Olivia Wilde, who appears in the new R-rated romantic comedy film, "The Change-Up" and the recent sci-fi flick "Cowboys & Aliens," says she feels "really lucky" because she has gotten to the point where she can be "really picky" regarding her future projects.
The comedy, which hit theaters on Friday, August 5, depicts the hijinks that ensue after a married man, played by Jason Bateman, switches bodies with his single best friend, portrayed by Ryan Reynolds, so that he can pursue his hot co-worker, played by Wilde. Leslie Mann portrays Bateman's character's wife and mother of his baby.
Jason Bateman headlines two summer blockbusters and brought his comedic skills to "Horrible Bosses," which starred not one, but two Jasons, including "Saturday Night Live" cast member Jason Sudeikis.
"It was often confusing, always fun," Bateman told OnTheRedCarpet.com co-host Chris Balish at the "Horrible Bosses" premiere on June 30 of the on-set name confusion. "But people call me Justin half the time anyway, so it kind of works."
Simon Pegg says the subject of his new alien film Paul" is like "ET's dirty brother."
"Paul" follows two sci-fi nerds named Willy (Simon Pegg) and Clive (Nick Frost) who make a pilgrimage to America's UFO heartland, Area 51 in Nevada. When they get there, they meet an alien named Paul (voiced by Seth Rogen) who has escaped the military base where he had been held for 60 years.
Kristen Wiig, 37, talked to OnTheRedCarpet.com about why she got involved in the 'friendly alien' movie "Paul," at the film's Hollywood premiere on March 14, 2011.
"It's sort of refeshing to see a friendly alien," Wiig told OnTheRedCarpet.com. "It hasn't really happened in awhile. I mean, ET of course, that was an iconic alien who was nice."