The Change-Up

The Change-Up
The Change-Up
(L to R) Dave (JASON BATEMAN) and Mitch (RYAN REYNOLDS) are unsure what to do next in 'The Change-Up', the new comedy from the director of Wedding Crashers and the writers of The Hangover that takes the body-switching movie where it's never gone before.
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The Change-Up
The Change-Up
Dave (JASON BATEMAN) struggles with his twins in 'The Change-Up', the new comedy from the director of Wedding Crashers and the writers of The Hangover that takes the body-switching movie where it's never gone before.
(Photo credit by Universal Pictures)
The Change-Up
The Change-Up
Dave (JASON BATEMAN) attempts to keep the twins from killing him in 'The Change-Up', the new comedy from the director of Wedding Crashers and the writers of The Hangover that takes the body-switching movie where it's never gone before.
(Photo credit by Universal Pictures)
The Change-Up
The Change-Up
Dave (JASON BATEMAN) tries to explain his behavior to wife Jamie (LESLIE MANN) in 'The Change-Up', the new comedy from the director of Wedding Crashers and the writers of The Hangover that takes the body-switching movie where it's never gone before.
(Photo credit by Universal Pictures)
The Change-Up
The Change-Up
(L to R) Mitch (RYAN REYNOLDS) and Dave (JASON BATEMAN) try and explain the switch to Jamie (LESLIE MANN) in 'The Change-Up', the new comedy from the director of Wedding Crashers and the writers of The Hangover that takes the body-switching movie where it's never gone before.
(Photo credit by Universal Pictures)
The Change-Up
The Change-Up
RYAN REYNOLDS stars as Mitch in 'The Change-Up', the new comedy from the director of Wedding Crashers and the writers of The Hangover that takes the body-switching movie where it's never gone before.
(Photo credit by Universal Pictures)
The Change-Up
The Change-Up
LESLIE MANN stars as Jamie in 'The Change-Up', the new comedy from the director of Wedding Crashers and the writers of The Hangover that takes the body-switching movie where it's never gone before.
(Photo credit by Universal Pictures)
The Change-Up
The Change-Up
(L to R) Mitch (RYAN REYNOLDS) is confused by Dave's (JASON BATEMAN) twins in 'The Change-Up', the new comedy from the director of Wedding Crashers and the writers of The Hangover that takes the body-switching movie where it's never gone before.
(Photo credit by Universal Pictures)
The Change-Up
The Change-Up
(L to R) Dave (JASON BATEMAN) styles Mitch (RYAN REYNOLDS) in 'The Change-Up', the new comedy from the director of Wedding Crashers and the writers of The Hangover that takes the body-switching movie where it's never gone before.
(Photo credit by Universal Pictures)
The Change-Up
The Change-Up
Dave (JASON BATEMAN) and wife Jamie (LESLIE MANN) have an awkward dinner in 'The Change-Up', the new comedy from the director of Wedding Crashers and the writers of The Hangover that takes the body-switching movie where it's never gone before.
(Photo credit by Universal Pictures)
The Change-Up
The Change-Up
Sabrina (OLIVIA WILDE) is confused by the new Mitch (RYAN REYNOLDS) in 'The Change-Up', the new comedy from the director of Wedding Crashers and the writers of The Hangover that takes the body-switching movie where it's never gone before.
(Photo credit by Universal Pictures)
The Change-Up
The Change-Up
JASON BATEMAN stars as Dave in 'The Change-Up', the new comedy from the director of Wedding Crashers and the writers of The Hangover that takes the body-switching movie where it's never gone before.
(Photo credit by Universal Pictures)
The Change-Up
The Change-Up
Dave (JASON BATEMAN) fakes his way through a meeting in 'The Change-Up', the new comedy from the director of Wedding Crashers and the writers of The Hangover that takes the body-switching movie where it's never gone before.
(Photo credit by Universal Pictures)
The Change-Up
The Change-Up
Writer/producer DAVID DOBKIN on the set of 'The Change-Up', the new comedy that takes the body-switching movie where it's never gone before.
(Photo credit by Universal Pictures)
The Change-Up
The Change-Up
(L to R) Mitch (RYAN REYNOLDS) and Dave (JASON BATEMAN) have a drunken night out in 'The Change-Up', the new comedy from the director of Wedding Crashers and the writers of The Hangover that takes the body-switching movie where it's never gone before.
(Photo credit by Universal Pictures)
The Change-Up
The Change-Up
Mitch (RYAN REYNOLDS) and Sabrina (OLIVIA WILDE) flirt in 'The Change-Up', the new comedy from the director of Wedding Crashers and the writers of The Hangover that takes the body-switching movie where it's never gone before.
(Photo credit by Universal Pictures)
The Change-Up
The Change-Up
OLIVIA WILDE stars as Sabrina in 'The Change-Up', the new comedy from the director of Wedding Crashers and the writers of The Hangover that takes the body-switching movie where it's never gone before.
(Photo credit by Universal Pictures)
The Change-Up
The Change-Up
(L to R) Dave (JASON BATEMAN) and Mitch (RYAN REYNOLDS) get smashed in 'The Change-Up', the new comedy from the director of Wedding Crashers and the writers of The Hangover that takes the body-switching movie where it's never gone before.
(Photo credit by Universal Pictures)
The Change-Up
The Change-Up
(L to R) JASON BATEMAN as Dave, writer/producer DAVID DOBKIN and RYAN REYNOLDS as Mitch on the set of 'The Change-Up', the new comedy that takes the body-switching movie where it's never gone before.
(Photo credit by Universal Pictures)
The Change-Up
The Change-Up
(L to R) Dave (JASON BATEMAN) and Mitch (RYAN REYNOLDS) have an overdue night out in 'The Change-Up', the new comedy from the director of Wedding Crashers and the writers of The Hangover that takes the body-switching movie where it's never gone before.
(Photo credit by Universal Pictures)
The Change-Up
The Change-Up
(L to R) Dave (JASON BATEMAN) has an awkward lunch with Mitch's Dad (ALAN ARKIN) in 'The Change-Up', the new comedy from the director of Wedding Crashers and the writers of The Hangover that takes the body-switching movie where it's never gone before.
(Photo credit by Universal Pictures)
The Change-Up
The Change-Up
Mitch (RYAN REYNOLDS) is easily overwhelmed in 'The Change-Up', the new comedy from the director of Wedding Crashers and the writers of The Hangover that takes the body-switching movie where it's never gone before.
(Photo credit by Universal Pictures)

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