This image released by Warner Bros. Pictures shows Tina Fey, left, as Wendy Altman and Jason Bateman as Judd Altman in a scene from the film, "This Is Where I Leave You." (AP Photo/Warner Bros. Pictures, Jessica Miglio)
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Tina Fey and Jason Bateman called mutual friends when they learned they would co-star as siblings in the drama-infused comedy "This Is Where I Leave You," just to do a little reconnaissance on each other.With that sibling-like familiarity, Fey and Bateman, two of the most popular comic actors of their generation, banter on for minutes -- their way of promoting the Warner Bros. film that opens in U.S. theaters on Friday.Jane Fonda plays the mother, Hilary, a vivacious, breast-enhanced, best-selling author who overshares her children's lives with readers.As the Altmans sit in a row greeting mourners, all the siblings' angst over their messy adult lives comes pouring out.
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