But when we did finally all come together on the set, it was pretty neat.I just don’t know how many examples there are of that—where people get to come back and do a reunion-type situation and have it not be a bit of a Hail Mary, careerwise.was Ron Howard saying to Maeby—she’s pitching him a show about her family at Imagine—and he says to her, "No, I don’t see it as a series. So he thought: The only way to tell a story of this size is to do the first act in episodes.So it’s really a hybrid distribution of one big story._Bateman’s twenties were pretty much lost in a haze of partying and sitcom pilots that went nowhere, but he roared back in 2003 with _Arrested Development, (The Switch, Horrible Bosses), _which eventually added up to enough Hollywood juice to score his two-year production deal with Universal.
So it wasn’t that big of a shock when it happened, because it always seemed like it was a half a year from happening anyway.She began acting at the age of eleven, appearing in numerous theatrical productions including "Up the Down Staircase," "Barefoot in the Park," and "A Midsummer's Night's Dream." Bateman made her professional theatrical debut in 1984 in the searing drama "Journey to the Day," in which she played Katherine, a suicidal young woman forced to come to terms with herself in a mental institution.The cast included her younger brother Jason, and her father Kent directed the play while her mother Victoria assisted behind the scenes.In 1985 she starred in the ABC-TV movie, Right to Kill?(1985) (TV) and a year later, in the NBC-TV movie Can You Feel Me Dancing?