Always up for a challenge, Vince Vaughn has inked a deal to star in the forthcoming Lionsgate project “Hacksaw Ridge” under the direction of Mel Gibson. Also starring Andrew Garfield and Sam Worthington, the much-anticipated movie is...Show More Summary
Filming will begin in September on the WWII drama which stars Andrew Garfield, Vince Vaughn and Sam Worthington. read more
After experiencing a rough patch over the last few years in the feature world, Vince Vaughn is exploring the world of television and can currently be seen weekly on HBO's second season of True Detective. However, you shouldn't expect...Show More Summary
Gibson's first directorial feature in over a decade is about a conscientious objector, who saved the lives of dozens of soldiers.
Sorry, it’s NOT about that hacksaw scene from MAD MAX. Read more...
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Deadline reports Vince Vaughn will star opposite Andrew Garfield in Hacksaw Ridge, a movie about the first conscientious objector in U.S. history to be awarded the Medal of Honor. Mel Gibson—a man who, in his own way, is a conscientious objector to Jews and the wars they purportedly start—will direct the film. Show More Summary
The actor will star in Mel's HACKSAW RIDGE. Read the full article on AICN Andrew Garfield and Sam Worthington have been attached to Mel Gibson’s HACKSAW RIDGE for a while now, but now they have a third, older A-lister joining the fray:...Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Vince Vaughn will move from the HBO series True Detective to Hacksaw Ridge, the fact-based movie that Mel Gibson is directing about Desmond Doss, the first Conscientious Objector in American history to be awarded the Medal of Honor. Show More Summary
True Detective Is Not Funny At All Clearly the writers and directors of this show wouldn't know a Vince Vaughn comedy if it bit them on the rear. Submitted by: Simon Johnston Regular Keywords: True Detective Season 2 Vince Vaughn HBO...Show More Summary
Vince Vaughn stuffed his ginormous frame into the rides at Disneyland Tuesday as he enjoyed a day in the amusement park with his family. These photos are way more adorable than the new season of "True Detective" -- though Vince has got a…
It turns out that the “dad bod”—or even the man-inching-toward-middle-age bod—isn’t just an entertaining little trend invented by the tabloid industry to describe why celebrity fathers such as Vince Vaughn and Adam Sandler are wearing ill-fitting jeans these days. Show More Summary
Wedding Crashers, the bro-tastic buddy comedy starring Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson, turns 10 today. If you look at the facts, Vince's career—critically speaking—follows a general curve. And it looks like things might be on the upswing again. (Finally!)
The Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson comedy turns 10 years old today, leaving us wondering how their wedding-crashing antics could have gone down over the past decade.
Wednesday marks the 10th anniversary of Wedding Crashers, which is both amazing and wildly depressing. Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn have magical chemistry as true best friends whose favorite pastime is showing up to weddings uninvited. Show More Summary
I used to play sports games. Remember this iconic scene from cult classic film "Swingers?" That was me, but, ya know, not dressed as for jazz dancing. And certainly not as pretty as Vince Vaughn. I grew up with sports games like "NBA...Show More Summary
This season's True Detective has been a grind. An almost dystopian southern California covered in corruption and industrial degradation — oh yeah, and people like Colin Farrell, Rachel McAdams, and Vince Vaughn. [ Related: Remember That Time Colin Farrell Was A Murder Suspect? ] But what would happen if you re-imagined True Detective as, say, a 1970s cop [...]
One of the biggest changes between seasons one and two of True Detective is that Matthew McConaughey’s Rust Cohle, now played by Vince Vaughn, cleaned up his act, moved to northern New Jersey, and opened a number of successful Chuck E. Show More Summary
Vinci Det. Ray Velcoro (Colin Farrell) experiences a rebirth of sorts after a brush with death. And career criminal Frank Semyon (Vince Vaughn) turns increasingly violent in attempting to recover his ill-gotten wealth on "Maybe Tomorrow," Episode 203 of HBO's "True Detective."
The third episode of HBO’s potboiler featured an ass-kicking Vince Vaughn, more layers of bureaucracy, and one big character reveal. [Warning: Spoilers]