Fighting With My Family, the movie starring Dwayne Johnson, written and directed by British comedian Stephen Merchant, and based on a documentary about a family of WWE wrestlers, is maybe the strangest movie in the works right now, besides whatever fresh hell Adam Sandler is cooking up for Netflix. Today, Johnson announced that none other than Vince Vaughn would be joining the cast of his new movie.
Finally! After months and months of speculation upon rumor, 'True Detective' season 2 has finally begun announcing its official cast leads. Colin Farrell and Vince Vaughn have been confirmed, along with 'Fast and Furious' director Justin Lin, but who else can we expect to join the HBO drama, and what new plot details have emerged?
Casting for HBO's 'True Detective' season 2 was a joke long before it became an actual joke, and the latest A-list name attached to the project is no laughing matter. Following rumors that Colin Farrell and Taylor Kitsch were in talks for the lead, 'The Internship' funnyman (if you can call it that) Vince Vaughn is the latest Hollywood star circling the lead roles of our new 'True Detective.'
The term "product placement" feels insufficient to describe the role of Google in 'The Internship.' This is not so much product placement in a movie as movie placement in a product. For two hours, viewers are treated to a series of bright, high-energy sales pitches for the San Francisco search engine and its vast array of products and services -- Google Play, Google Drive, Google Helplin
Though Will Ferrell and Vince Vaughn will appear together in 'Anchorman 2,' and Ferrell has cameo'd in a number of Vince Vaughn's films (including possibly 'The Internship'), it's been a decade since the two co-starred in 2003's 'Old School.' But now they will get some face time together as both have agreed to star in the film 'Daddy's Home.'
Last night's SNL saw saw Vince Vaughn hosting for the second time...although it's been fifteen years since he last graced this particular state. For his opening monologue, the 'Swingers' and 'Wedding Crashers' star didn't do anything traditional, opting to do what he does best: riff. And with no Owen Wilson around, Vaughn turned to the audience to be his comedic sparring partner.
NBC's other major late-night force 'SNL' has very much stepped up its game in the last few outings, with this past Saturday's Melissa McCarthy-fronted turn proving almost as entertaining as her original stint in 2011. This Saturday however, upcoming 'The Internship' star Vince Vaughn will take the 'SNL' stage for the second time with musical guest Miguel, but will he rise to the challenge? Check o