If you're an up-and-coming go-getter looking to gain some valuable experience in your chosen profession, one of the best ways to begin your career is by taking on an internship and learning the tricks of the trade first hand from veterans in your field. And that's just as true in the field of movies as it is anywhere else.
Case in point: According to Cinema Blend, "Teen Wolf" star Dylan O'Brien has signed on to "The Internship" to learn the ins and outs of Hollywood comedy at the feet of the masters, Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn.
Wonder how many weddings they're going to make him crash?
Here's the dilly: Wilson and Vaughn, who of course struck box office gold together with 2005's "Wedding Crashers," are reuniting to play two very different dudes who are down on their luck in today's crappy economy. So they hatch a cunning plan and sign on as the world's oldest interns at a big tech company. Smart, right?
Naturally, the youngsters who usually get those internships aren't quite so enamored with this plan. And that's where O'Brien, star of MTV's hit series "Teen Wolf, "comes in, as he will play a rival intern looking to score the same gig as Wilson and Vaughn.
So will Wilson and Vaughn use their canny know-how to outfox O'Brien? Or will the "Teen Wolf" bare his fangs? Either way one thing is certain: With "The Internship" set to begin shooting next week, school is in session and we're all about to learn a lesson in laughter.