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In this brand new trailer for "Delivery Man" (get it?), Vaughn plays lovable schlub (surprised?) David Wozniak, who presumably is no relation to Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple and ex-boyfriend of Kathy Griffin. Vaughn's Woz learns that his anonymous sperm donations back in the day resulted in 533 pregnancies. What's a guy to do when he learns that sorta news? Why, head off on a funny but heartwarming journey where he learns all about fatherhood, of course! Faster than you can say "Big Daddy." Get More »
Hang in Hollywood long enough, and you're bound to be typecast every now and then.
But for some actors, playing to type isn't just laziness or the final tremors of a fading career. Keeping their characters close to home is just what they do best, or at least what keeps the money flowing. And anyway, would you really want to see Jason Statham falling head-over-heels for Katherine Heigl in some lame romantic comedy? Neither would we. Get More »
For all their talent and good looks, Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson are no Paul Newman and Robert Redford. While those two struck gold twice in a row with "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid" (1969) and "The Sting" (1973), Vaughn and Wilson have followed up "Wedding Crashers" with "The Internship," the kind of film that should serve as grounds for divorce.
But Vaughn & Wilson aren't the only dynamic duo to strike out their second (or third) time at bat. Here are ten winning combinations that couldn't leave well enough alone. Get More »
Above is a video for something called "Youtube Comedy Week," which apparently is a real thing and no one of authority feels it to be in any way redundant, like comedy on YouTube is going to cease after a seven-day window or something BUT I DIGRESS.
The video features Ben Schwartz as a character that may or may not be Jean-Ralphio from "Parks and Recreation" trying to convince Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn to make either of "Lincoln" or "The Hobbit" into a buddy comedy. The pair scoffs at the idea — or at least Vaughn does — but we have to admit, "Lincoln" as a buddy comedy featuring Lincoln and John Wilkes Booth as roommates-gone-bad at least has some potential, even if that potential could be considered wildly offensive to many. Get More »
It's every low-budget independent filmmaker's first thought after completing a movie doomed for film festival obscurity (or worse): Man, if only we could have remade that, but had like a billion more dollars and big time movie stars instead of whatever yahoos we cast in this thing. Well, dreams really do come true. At least if you're French-Canadian filmmaker Ken Scott, who got to remake his 2011 film "Starbuck" (itself a loose remake of a Hindi movie called "Vicky Donor") as "The Delivery Man," only this time bankrolled by DreamWorks and featuring a cast that includes Vince Vaughn, Cobie Smulders and Chris Pratt. Not too shabby, Ken Scott! The first teaser has dropped (courtesy of Fandango via The Film Stage) and while there isn't a whole lot of footage to go on, we still giggled. You heard us. Giggled. Get More »
It's only fitting that the hit 2004 comedy "Dodgeball" was subtitled "A True Underdog Story" considering it cost just $20 million to make and earned over $167 million worldwide. So given that fact, you would assume a sequel would be a no brainer. Yet for nearly a decade now, the only thing stars Ben Stiller and Vince Vaughn have been dodging is questions about when they were going to reunite.
The plot of "The Internship," which was revealed several months ago, mentioned "an Internet company." Now we know that it's, well, the Internet company.
Google indulges in a nice feature-length commercial for itself (and, to be fair, a seemingly sometimes self-deprecating one, too) in "The Internship," the culture clash comedy that reunites frequent co-stars Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson for the first time since "Wedding Crashers" (2005). Get More »
This week: Pixar churns out another animated blockbuster with "Brave," featuring the voices of Kelly Macdonald, Billy Connolly, Emma Thompson, Julie Waters, Robbie Coltrane, Kevin McKidd, Craig Ferguson and many more.
All of the week's hot casting news in one fell swoop ...
• John Cusack is a triple threat this week! In just the past few days he's scored roles in the legal drama "Due Process," the Stephen King adaptation "Cell" (Cusack's second King adventure, following "1408") and Roger Avary's "Duel"-type thriller, "Airspace."
• Hollywood loves it when a one-night stand leads to true love (and, often, a baby ... and not always in that order). Deadline reports that Amanda Seyfried and Patrick Dempsey will be playing unexpectedly expecting parents in "Wonderful Tonight," a romantic comedy that we hope gets a new title sooner rather than later (sorry, Mr. Clapton, but do you really need the extra money?). Get More »