Several couples whose marriages are shaky go off together to a resort that offers unorthodox marital therapy in this comedy. Vince Vaughn and Malin Akerman can't find time for each other after having children, while Jon Favreau has started ignoring Kristen Davis, his wife. But the therapy isn't so easy. Jason Bateman gets aggressive with his therapist, while his wife (Kristen Bell) looks on in horror. Can any relationship survive this much therapy? Directed by Peter Billingsley. With Jean Reno, Ken Jeong, and Faizon Love. Categories: Comedy. Year: 2009.
Jon Favreau in Couples Retreat
This is the movie that asks the question: What would it be like if the government were able to train guinea pigs to be secret agents? Penélope Cruz, Sam Rockwell, Nicolas Cage and others provide the voices for a group of high-IQ talking computer-generated guinea pigs that are specially trained to save humanity from a villain's plot to take over the world. The movie is in a 3-D digital format. Directed by Hoyt Yeatman. With Tracy Morgan, Will Arnett, Bill Nighy, and Zach Galifianakis and. Categories: Action, Adventure, Comedy, Fantasy. Year: 2009.
Jon Favreau in G-Force
Without a good buddy to ask to be the best man at his wedding, Peter Klaven (Paul Rudd) sets out on a series of man dates to find a new best friend. Eventually, Peter meets Sydney Fife (Jason Segel), a charming, opinionated man with whom he instantly bonds. But, as Peter and Sydney spend more and more time together, Peter's relationship with his finacee Zooey (Rashida Jones) begins to suffer. In the end, Peter is forced to choose between his future wife and his new bro, and discovers what friendship really means. Directed by John Hamburg. With Jon Favreau, Jaime Pressly, J.K. Simmons, Carla Gallo, Andy Samberg and Aziz Ansari. Categories: Comedy, Romance. Year: 2009.
Jon Favreau in I Love You, Man
Kate (Reese Witherspoon) and Brad (Vince Vaughn), a happiliy unmarried couple, find their plans for a tropical Christmas getaway ruined when the airport is shutdown by fog. After their familes discover that they'll be in town, Kate and Brad can no longer escape their obligations and must now visit all four of their divorced parents' homes. Forced to endure a host of embarassing relatives and mortifying stories from their past, Kate and Brad eventually gain a new understanding of their parents' choices and reevaluate their own situation. Directed by Seth Gordon. With Jon Favreau, Jon Voight, Robert Duvall, Mary Steenburgen, Sissy Spacek, Carol Kane, Kristin Chenoweth and Tim McGraw. Categories: Comedy, Romance. Year: 2008.
Jon Favreau in Four Christmases
When billionaire inventor Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) is kidnapped in Afghanistan and forced to assemble a secret weapon, he instead creates a high-tech metal suit that helps him escape. Forced to wear the armor to stay alive after an accident, Stark redesigns his weaponry upon his return to the US and sets out to stop an evil plot. Directed by Jon Favreau. With Terrence Howard, Gwyneth Paltrow, Jeff Bridges and Samuel L. Jackson. Categories: Action, Adventure, Drama, Sci-Fi, Thriller, Based on a Comic. Year: 2008.
Jon Favreau in Iron Man
Gary (Vince Vaughn) and Brooke (Jennifer Aniston) have a troubled relationship. Brooke, feeling neglected and underappreciated, decides to break-up with Gary to prove a point. But, when Gary misunderstands her true intentions, the mismatched pair follow the misguided advice of their family and friends, and beginning an all-out battle over their apartment and relationship supremacy. Directed by Peyton Reed. With Joey Lauren Adams, Jon Favreau, Jason Bateman and Justin Long. Categories: Comedy, Drama, Romance. Year: 2006.
Jon Favreau in The Break-Up
An animated comedy about a grizzly bear (Martin Lawrence) who has been domesticated by a friendly park ranger, Beth (Debra Messing). But when the ranger decides to return him to the wild, he doesn't know what to do, since he's so used to Beth's garage. Plus, it's hunting season. He teams up with a fast-talking deer (Ashton Kutcher) just to survive. Directed by Anthony Stacchi. With Gary Sinise, and Billy Connolly. Categories: Animation, Adventure, Comedy, Family. Year: 2006.
Jon Favreau in Open Season
Peter Colt (Paul Bettany), once a champion professional tennis player, finds himself low ranked and low spirited about his chances to win one last championship before retiring for good. That all changes when he meets Lizzie Bradbury (Kirsten Dunst), an up and coming star. Encourages by his new romance, Peter finds the strength to fulfill his lifelong dream. Directed by Richard Loncraine. With Kyle Hyde, Robert Lindsay, Sam Neill and Amanda Walker. Categories: Comedy, Drama, Romance, Sports. Year: 2004.
Jon Favreau in Wimbledon
Will Ferrell stars as an elf raised in Santa's Workshop in the North Pole who grows to twice the size of the other elves. Learning that his biological father (James Caan) lives in New York, he heads off to the Big Apple. There he finds that his Scrooge-like father and step-brother (Daniel Tay) don't know the true meaning of Christmas spirit, and he sets out to teach them. Zooey Deschanel is a beautiful young woman he falls in love with. Directed by Jon Favreau. With Peter Dinklage and Mary Steenburgen. Categories: Comedy, Family, Fantasy. Year: 2003.
Jon Favreau in Elf
Harry Langer (Jack Nicholson) is an aging music executive with a taste for younger women. With his latest trophy girlfriend (Amanda Peet), things get a little awkward when Harry suffers a heart attack at her mother's (Diane Keaton) home. Left in her care, Harry begins to fall in love with the accomplished older woman and a strange love triangle takes shape. Directed by Nancy Meyers. With Keanu Reeves, Frances McDormand and Jon Favreau. Categories: Comedy, Romance, Drama. Year: 2003.
Jon Favreau in Something's Gotta Give