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In just a 24-minute interview, my opinion of Vaughn was transformed intensely. No longer did I think of him as a goofy guy with acting chops he could use when called upon. Now I saw Vaughn as a dedicated actor who takes a great deal of pride in his work whether it be something serious like the Joseph Ruben thriller Return to Paradise or the willfully silly buddy-comedy The Internship.
ďNope. This canít be right,Ē I thought to myself, quadruple-checking the address for my visit to the set of Vince Vaughnís upcoming dramedy Delivery Man on the second to last day of shooting. Iíd been told Iíd be visiting the Screen Gemsí sound stage, but midtown Manhattan is too crowded with skyscrapers to fit a studio right?
Vaughn will play David, a commitment-phobe whose world is turned on its ear when he learns that a mistake at a sperm bank has allowed his long-ago donation to create 533 offspring.
A definite eyebrow raiser is his next project, an adaptation of the crime thriller Term Life, an Image Comics graphic novel written by A.J. Lieberman, who also wrote Marc Forsterís possible Cowboy Ninja Viking project. Vaughn is reteaming with Couples Retreat director Peter Billingsley, who is another unique choice
Locations are key in certain comedies. When a filmmaker is able to shoot in them to achieve authenticity, I donít think itís product placement Ė more of a happy marriage between a recognizable brand and a storyteller who needs their assistance to lend credence to the vision.
As the trailer explains, Vaughn will be playing a guy who donated sperm a long time ago, but due to some mix up at the sperm bank ended up fathering 533 children. Oh, and and some of them are suing to find out who he is. Iím not sure how accurate the legal portion of the plot is, but it seems a bit off.
The script is about "a mild-mannered radio executive" (Ferrell) who wants to be the best stepfather he can be to his wife's children. This becomes complicated when their deadbeat biological father (Vaughn) returns and forces the protagonist to fight for the kids' affection.
In less than a month, Shawn Levy's The Internship will make its way into theaters. The comedy puts Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson into two coveted internship spots at Google, where they'll be surrounded by young, tech-savvy geniuses all trying to land a permanent position at the company.
Scott has entered into talks with New Regency to helm the Vaughn-fronted Business Trip. Though the comedy's logline is currently being kept secret (we assume it will involve travel and business of some kind), we do know the script has been written by Steve Conrad...
While the film was ultimately overshadowed by Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy, which was released the same summer and almost instantly earned cult movie status, DodgeBall was actually a bigger winner at the box office, taking in nearly $115 million domestically on a $20 million budget.
The screenplay was written by Steve Conrad, most famous for penning 2006ís feel-good biography The Pursuit of Happyness, and he also wrote 2005ís Nic Cage dramedy The Weather Man.
When you look at Wedding Crashers from the outside, it really didn't look like much. Starring Vince Vaughn, who had just been in Mr. and Mrs. Smith and Be Cool, and Owen Wilson, who had just come off Meet the Fockers and Around the World in 80 Days, it looked like a dumb comedy with an insane premise that could never work
Certain comedians work better in pairs, and Iím anxiously awaiting what Vaughn and Wilson are able to do with the medium-concept premise. They seem to bring out the best in each other, though director Shawn Levy wisely surrounded them with hilarious talents who should help get the most out of the movie.
Vaughn would headline what sounds like a rework on the fantastic Midnight Run formula, with the funnyman playing a U.S. Marshal who must get a convict to Washington, D.C. after their transport plane somehow explodes. The crook is an environmental criminal, and will be the target of an outside force that begins to hunt the pair down
Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn are now in production on The Internship, which marks their first collaboration since 2005's Wedding Crasher. But how do they plan to top the R-rated comedy that was a box office sensation that also scored with critics?
The currently untitled picture will center on a 42-year-old manchild whose life is thrown into spin when he discovers his old habit of rampantly selling his semen to sperm banks has resulted in 533 successful pregnancies
When crafting an ensemble comedy, you can do a lot worse than having names like Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn, Jonah Hill and Richard Ayoade, and thatís the exact brilliant cast that director Akiva Schaffer brought to his new film, Neighborhood Watch.
Teen Wolf co-star Dylan OíBrien has been hired to the project to play one of the many interns in the competitive program Vaughn and Wilson join. And in the story, the trade confirms that Levy is set to begin filming on The Internship next week
Levy reportedly wants Max Minghella (The Social Network, The Ides of March) to play a rival intern at a top-notch tech company who schemes to block Wilson and Vaughnís attempts at securing a full-time job.
With the premise well established in the theatrical trailer, Twentieth Century Fox is now reveling in the bizarre comic chemistry these funny men share. In the latest released clip these four fumbling watchmen are on a stakeout, and so are confined to keep undercover in their car. Even when nature calls