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Jason Bateman: Extracting Fun From The Workplace

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Jason Bateman: Extracting Fun From The Workplace

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Jason Bateman: Extracting Fun From The Workplace

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Jason Bateman and Kristen Wiig appear in the upcoming film Extract. Sam Urdank/Miramax Film Corp hide caption

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Jason Bateman and Kristen Wiig appear in the upcoming film Extract.

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Perhaps best known for his work on the Fox TV show Arrested Development, Jason Bateman discusses his upcoming role as the boss at a vanilla extract company in Mike Judge's new the workplace comedy Extract.

Bateman got his start as a child actor in the TV series Little House on the Prairie and later in Silver Spoons. His other film credits include State of Play and Juno.

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