Starting when they worked together on a failed television pilot, Heat Vision & Jack, Christine Taylor's pattern of being on projects with her husband, actor-writer-director Ben Stiller, continues to this day. . One of her most recent performances, that of Sally Sitwell in the series Arrested Development, was opposite Stiller's Tony Wonder. And then there's always the movie Dodgeball. Looking forward to the future of her acting career, this partnership seems likely to continue.
Sally Sitwell was a former girlfriend of Arrested Development's main character, Jason Bateman's Michael, but, in the most recent season of the series, Taylor's character ended up in a relationship with Tony Wonder, her husband Stiller's character. Not only is Netflix in talks for another season of Arrested Development, but there is a movie in development as well. More episodes, and a possible feature film, could certainly lead to even more screen time for the Sitwell / Wonder 'couple.'
A relatively low-budget movie that hit box office gold, 2004's Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story is up for a possible sequel. The movie pitted Vince Vaughn's Peter La Fleur against Stiller's White Goodman, with Christine Taylor's Kate Veatch stuck somewhat in-between the dueling men in a pseudo-love-triangle. A screenwriter has been hired by 20th Century Fox, and Stiller has recently said he would love to make a sequel. Such a movie would almost certainly include Taylor again.
While Christine Taylor has certainly had roles in projects without her husband, she frequently does find herself in films and TV shows that Ben Stiller is also a part of. In features like Zoolander and Tropic Thunder, the married couple seem to quite enjoy collaborating together. With the likelihood of more Arrested Development and the potential for another Dodgeball flick on the horizon, this working relationship seems unlikely to end anytime soon.