Jason Bateman breaks down his most iconic and favorite characters, including roles in ‘Little House on the Prairie,’ ‘Teen Wolf Too,’ ‘Juno,’ ‘Arrested Development,’ ‘Dodgeball,’ ‘Hancock,’ ‘The Switch,’ ‘Horrible Bosses,’ ‘Ozark’ and more. Ozark Season 2 will be available only on Netflix August 31st.
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Jason Bateman Breaks Down His Most Iconic Characters | GQ
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I will be one of the few that will side with him about horrible bosses 2 being better than the first, I die laughing everytime I watch it
Extract was his best movie for sure
Pepper needs new shorts!
“This is where I Leave You” is one of his best dry humor movies.
I'm here because of Nick Wilde.
Wish he talked about It's your Move with David Garrison.
Hey Also sometimes I share this, the Bible says that GOD loves us so much that he sent his son JESUS CHRIST to this earth and HE lived a perfect sinless life.And JESUS went to a cross and gave HIS life for us.And rose again in 3 days and who ever will receive JESUS AS THEIR SAVIOR AND ASK HIM TO COME INTO THEIR HEART AND FORGIVE THEIR SINS,HE WILL TAKE YOU TO HEAVEN.
Pepper needs new shorts 😂😂😂😂
He looks like Tom cruise and Arnold Schwarzenegger
I think the real trick is like you said, “Play a character that’s easy”.
Your a good, funny, guy.
You play good, funny, guys quite well. Even when you play someone who’s being a jerk, they’re still a good guy at heart.
Why is the interview so quiet?
"So I did this movie 'The Gift' and the director had this great financial model where he shot the movie for not a lot of money in a short amount of time."….
"Nick Wild was the name of the fox I played in Zootopia." I see what you did there. Get that Disney animated money dawg.
I love that he talks about the Academy Awards for film Teen Wolf Too.😂. He has made the same joke in other videos. His dry sense of humor and delivery are great!
Omg I hella forgot he was in Dodgeball🤣🤣🤣
I could listen to him talk all day
Need a tom hardy one
Like Jason Bateman's Performance as Michael Bluth in Arrested Development and Nick Wilder in Zootopia
Pepper Brooks will forever be his greatest role “ouchtown population you bro” 😂😂
No mention of love stinks
All these dudes characters are passive aggressive
Couple of odd choices to select over his role in The Kingdom. I'd rank that just a BIT higher than Little House lol.
why’s everyone in dodgeball
oh man i always forget him being on Little House
No Hogan Family?
No idea why or how but he became my favorite actor watching him on Ozark and arrested development all the time
Never knew Jason Bateman was on Little House on the Prairie 313 Until I D-I-E
Jason Bateman is the best. I'll watch anything that he's in.
Happy 52th Birthday to Jason Bateman
January 14: happy birthday Bateman
No Hogans sadly
I love Bateman. He seems like he’s unimpressed with his own career. 😂
I can’t tell if he’s being serious or not when he says he normally goes to bed at 4:30 or 4:45 😂
He's a slightly less version of John Stamos. No Offense.
You gotta love Jason Batman.
Jason Bateman has a great sense of dry humor.
Bad words is one of my favorites.
I wanted him to discuss Change up, why even mention dodgeball???
Jason Bateman's dry humor is hilarious. 😂
You know what’s crazy? He plays two characters named Nick and Wilde is the smart one
The change up?
Jason Bateman has 2 characters. Jason Bateman and Pepper Brooks
I love him as an actor but I feel like he’s the same in real life as he is in his movies and it’s so refreshing and genuine
We need to more actors to break down their characters Charlie Hunnam, Maggie Siff, Brian Cranston, Aaron Paul, Joaquin Phoenix, James McGaffrey and so on.