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McCarthy, Bateman can relate to kids, 'Identity Thief,' humor

5:20 PM, Feb. 6, 2013
Melissa McCarthy and Eric Stonestreet shake it up in 'Identity Thief.''
Melissa McCarthy and Eric Stonestreet shake it up in 'Identity Thief.''
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No matter how rich and famous they may be, all parents share some of the same issues. High among them: flying cross-country with the kids.

Jason Bateman, who has been up since 2 a.m., recounts the trek from Los Angeles to Manhattan with his wife, Amanda, and daughters Maple, 1, and Francesca, 6.

"As I'm flying over on the plane, Maple figured out how to make a really loud noise with her mouth. She started going 'Ah, ah' like a bird. It was the weirdest thing. All the other passengers are looking at me. All the headphones went on," says Bateman, 44. "And I thought to myself, 'Why did I do this?' It's a ...

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