Jennifer Aniston's 'The Switch' Gets International Trailer


Jason Bateman, Jennifer Aniston
As Jason Bateman finds out that he is the father of Aniston's son and gets closer with him, he also falls in love with her.


An international trailer for "The Switch" has been brought forward to give another preview to the movie. Following Jason Bateman's Wally who has just realized that he could be a father to his best friend's son, the video shares a lot of moments when he becomes closer to the boy.

Single woman Kassie tells her friend Wally that she wants to have a baby through artificial insemination. But one drunk night has made Kassie's plans go awry as Wally switches someone's semen with his own.

After seven years passed, Wally finally finds out that Kassie's son carries his blood because the boy has a neurotic problem similar to him. Now, he is determined to be a good father for his child without telling Kassie the truth, while he also falls for her.

Starring opposite Jason Bateman is Jennifer Aniston who plays Kassie. Coming from the people behind "Little Miss Sunshine" and "Juno", "The Switch" has Josh Gordon and Will Speck serving as directors. This romantic comedy is slated to entertain moviegoers this summer, starting August 20 to be exact.



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