Post by Ericka Sóuter Nearly a decade since the world first met Ron Burgundy, he's back with Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues. The entire wacky cast is back, including Will Ferrell, Steve Carell, Paul Rudd, Vince Vaughn, Christina Applegate, Fred Williard, and Chris Parnell. Show More Summary
When Vince Vaughn made a huge splash as the “money” L.A. skirt-chaser in 1996?s Swingers, Hollywood knew it liked what
Thanks to his unvaryingly untucked insouciance, Vince Vaughn appears to be slouching toward mass ignominy. But in truth he’s been hustling of late,...
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When I wrote about The Internship–the new Vince Vaughn/Owen Wilson movie set at Google—I said I wondered what people who work at Google think of it. Jeremy Hoffman does work at Google. And over at Quora, he compiled an interesting guide to how he and his colleagues feel about the film. Show More Summary
The new movie featuring Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson as Google interns offers a rare glimpse into what makes the tech company sparkle.
Ah, wedding season. The phrase alone conjures up images of open bars, sweaty parquet dance floors, cash down the drain, Vince Vaughn, and TRU LUV. But at Kleinfeld Bridal in Manhattan, wedding season means something else entirely: Go time. Show More Summary
Howdy do, everyone, Papa Vinyard here. Can't keep Owen Wilson down, I guess. After his latest venture with Vince Vaughn, THE INTERNSHIP, got dissed by both critics and audiences, Wilson hopes to have better luck joining up with Jim Carrey for the new movie by Jared Hess (NAPOLEON DYNAMITE, NACHO LIBRE), formerly titled LOOMIS FARGO. Show More Summary
"The Internship," which reunites the "Wedding Crashers" duo Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson as a set of middle-aged interns at Google, brought in $18.1 million on its opening weekend. That was above expectations, but only good enough for fourth place at the box office with a B+ rating from moviegoers. Too bad the movie studio can't say it was just the beta version.
Given the choice between two dystopias—one an annual day of lawless, cathartic bloodletting; the other a world where middle-aged men are stricken with strangely selective amnesia about the past two decades of pop culture—Americans opted for The Purge over The Internship. Show More Summary
The Internship, the comedy featuring Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn as fortysomething interns at Google, came in at No. 4 in the box office this weekend, marking an underwhelming launch. The film earned $18.1 million over the weekend, according to Box Office Mojo. Show More Summary
As expected, this weekend was a bit of a bummer for Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson, with "The Purge" scaring away the competition at the...
Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn make Google's internship look pretty fun in "The Internship," which opened on Friday, and the movie is surprisingly accurate. Google remains the best internship program in America, according to ratings by interns at career site Glassdoor. Show More Summary
Who knew Americans wouldn't be eager to laugh about an Internet company at a time when our cyber-secrets are increasingly at risk? The Internship, the reunion of Wedding Crashers stars Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson, debuted with a soft $18 million estimate. Show More Summary
"The Internship" got bossed around at the box office this weekend, as the film starring Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn appealed to far fewer moviegoers than the low-budget thriller "The Purge."
In The Internship, Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson take their buddy comedy to Google headquarters. After Googling “Google,” they score positions as interns, or "Noogles," where they must prove to a gaggle of Googlers that they have Googliness — you know, “that intangible stuff that made a search engine into an engine ... More »
Jessica Szohr tried a pole-dancing lesson to get ready for a scene in The Internship, a Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson comedy which features the 28-year-old actress in the part of an adult dancer called Marielena. A few days ago, she tweeted a picture of what she had learned, which you can check out below. [...]Show More Summary
Ben Affleck was in a celebratory mood at Spike TV's Guys Choice Awards in LA tonight. He took home the trophy for guy of the year during the show, and met up backstage with Vince Vaughn, Jimmy Kimmel, and Snoop Dogg to whoop it up after hitting the stage. Show More Summary
It was a star studded night at Spike TV's Guys Choice Awards inside Sony Pictures Studio in LA today. The show may have been about the boys, including Bradley Cooper, guy of the year winner Ben Affleck, and guycon Vince Vaughn, but there were plenty of ladies in attendance as well. Show More Summary
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