Vince Vaughn has had a rough few months. First, his reunion with fellow "Wedding Crasher" Owen Wilson, "The Internship," wasn't so hot, and now in the trailer for his newest comedy, "Delivery Man," he finds out that thanks to a clerical error, he is the father of 533 children, all of whom are suing to find out his identity.
The trailer is pretty standard fare. Vaughn is given a file that contains the identities of all his children that he isn't supposed to look at but uses to surreptitiously help them all out in various ways. It looks like it has some heart, which might be a nice change of pace.
What really has us excited is Chris Pratt in the role of Vaughn's lawyer buddy. On TV, Pratt is consistently one of the funniest elements of "Parks and Recreation," and now that we're seeing him cross over into film with movies like "Zero Dark Thirty" and next year's "Guardians of the Galaxy," we're hoping to see a lot more of Andy Dwyer.
"Delivery Man" opens in theaters on November 22.
Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson are reteaming after crashing a couple weddings back in 2005 for "The Internship," a workplace comedy that casts them as interns at the tech giant Google. The duo is up to their usual shenanigans, but as they told MTV News' Amy Wilkinson at Google HQ, there's also a heart to the story that makes it important right now.
"The movie is really about what's going on now," Vaughn said. "A lot of young people who are entering the workforce — there's a lot of fear about what kind of jobs are out there, and people who are older are losing jobs. So I think the movie really takes people who are put in a position that feels fearful or things have gone against them, that they're willing to kind of humble themselves and not give up on a dream and try to believe in themselves even when things present themselves not to be so easy. And I think that's something that all of us can really relate to."
Watch more of their interview in the video above!
"The Internship" opens in theaters today.
By Tara Fowler
This weekend, Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson leave wedding crashing behind and try their hands at finding gainful employment with "The Internship." The movie sees the man-boys competing with the world's best and brightest for the few full-time positions at Google. But what is it about Google that makes it so special? Here's all you need to know about the company before you hit theaters this weekend. Hint: It's so much more than a search engine.
There are a lot of pressures that come with hosting an award show. You could do something embarrassing on stage like flub a line, forget someone's name, or drop a trophy. Sometimes that pressure is so great that you can lose your grip on reality and need some help to pull it all back together.
In this leaked footage from a therapy session, Jason Aldean seeks some counseling from his CMT Awards co-host Kristen Bell, who has gathered a rogues gallery of celebrities and country stars to help him through the pressure.
Check out the footage in the player above.
The CMT Awards will air tonight at 8 p.m. ET/PT (7 Central) on CMT, live from Nashville's Bridgestone Arena, with performances from Hunter Hayes and others.
The first trailer for "The Internship" dropped today on Google+, and you might be wondering why. But it's because the movie is about Google. Check it out below.
Also, make up a title for the next "Die Hard" sequel in today's Dailies!
Will Ferrell is reuniting with "Wedding Crashers" stars Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn in the upcoming comedy "The Internship," though at least they won't be crashing funerals this time around. Instead, Ferrell will reportedly be playing a home electronics salesman who really, really loves the ladies, though he doesn't necessarily rev their engines as much as he might like.
Variety broke the news about Ferrell's inclusion, adding that he'll play the brother-in-law to Wilson's character. According to the outlet, Ferrell's character "has no problem making inappropriate comments about his attractive customers." Sounds like something the "Anchorman" star can handle with ease.
Vince Vaughn could be landing a starring role in Tony Scott's next action drama. Meanwhile, the Joss Whedon-written film "In Your Eyes" lands its two romantic leads, Hugh Grant explains his
role roles in "Cloud Atlas" and Laurence Fishburne heads to Canada for a new sci-fi flick.
It's February 16, and you're tuning in for today's casting call.
"Game of Thrones" leading man Kit Harington seems to finally be landing his big screen breakout role. Meanwhile, Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson reunite in an upcoming comedy, Amy Adams is set to star in the big screen adaptation of one of Steve Martin's novels and Philip Seymour Hoffman is in negotiations for "A Most Wanted Man."
It's February 8, and you're tuning in for today's casting news.
Anita Lindblom, prepare to get the "Twilight" treatment under the hands of "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo."
Director Catherine Hardwicke will direct Noomi Rapace's as-yet-untitled biopic of '60s Swedish pop culture icon Anita Lindblom. To make things even more interesting, Rapace's real-life husband, Ola Rapace, will play boxing champion Bosse Hogberg who ends up marrying Lindblom.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Rapaces have been developing the flick for several years, and it's slated for a Scandinavian release in 2012.
In the news after the jump, "World War Z" loses its leads, a comedian joins Ben Stiller in "Neighborhood Watch," and Chris Rock teaches fathers "What To Expect When You're Expecting."
They teamed together on "The Break-Up" and "Couples Retreat," but Jason Bateman and Vince Vaughn's latest reunion could truly test their friendship.
Deadline reports that Bateman is in early talks with Universal Pictures to co-star alongside Vaughn in "Insane Laws," a new movie about two longtime best friends whose relationship is strained when their kids go off to college together and fall in love. Things get even hairier when the daughter of Vaughn's character gets pregnant. No official deal is in place just yet, but the two reportedly participated in a read-through of the material, and production could start as early as this fall.
Catch the rest of today's biggest casting news after the jump!