Jason Bateman: Jude Law, ‘Ozark’ actor Jason Bateman collaborate on upcoming Netflix series ‘Black Rabbit’

Jason Bateman and Jude Law are coming back to Netflix for a brand-new limited series. According to reports, Bateman will also be the show’s director and the two actors will also serve as executive producers. Although the narrative has not yet been disclosed, it will be unique and written by Zach Baylin and Kate Susman of King Richard.

In addition to “Black Rabbit”, Bateman will once again collaborate with Netflix on the thriller Dark Wire, which he will also direct. In this thriller, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) employs a phoney telecom corporation to become the phone service provider for some of the toughest gangs in the world.

If that weren’t enough, Taron Egerton, who plays the young Transportation Security Administration (TSA) employee who is blackmailed by an enigmatic traveler to allow a deadly cargo to pass through security and onto a flight on Christmas Day, will also be seen in the Netflix drama Carry On.

Ye escorted out of Skechers office in LA after he showed up unannounced

​Ye kicked out of Skechers’ headquarters​

Kanye West turned up unannounced at the Skechers corporate offices and was “escorted” out by two executives, the shoe brand stated in a statement on Wednesday.

Bateman left the production of the upcoming film Artemis, which will star Channing Tatum and Scarlett Johansson, earlier this year owing to creative disputes. Chris Evans was previously scheduled to feature in the film, but Tatum has taken his place.

After four seasons, Bateman’s Ozark came to a close this year with a startling twist for the series. Law is also staying rather busy; the Marvel actor will make an appearance in the upcoming Star Wars television series Skeleton Crew. The director of Spider-Man, Jon Watts, created the program.


  1. Where is “Black Rabbit” available to watch?
    Netflix will stream “Black Rabbit.”
  2. Where can you watch all four seasons of “Ozark”?
    All four seasons of ‘Ozark’ is streaming on Netflix.

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