Vaughn has been terrible so far, and it’s not his fault.
In the second season of Nic Pizzolatto’s True Detective, now set in Los Angeles, entrepreneur-cum-criminal Frank Semyon (Vince Vaughn) lives in a pretty swank house. In fact, Los Angeles–based villains on film and TV always seem to live in really nice, modernist houses (often designed by John Lautner), the buildings’... More »
Season 2 of True Detective is well underway and features a number of new and fascinating characters. What can these new characters tell us about what’s ahead in the new season? In the first episode of the new season, titled The Western Book of the Dead, four new characters were introduced. Show More Summary
I don't like Vince Vaughn. I've never met the man, but I have that six degrees of separation relationship with him -- sans Kevin Bacon. It all started a few years back when one of my husband's best buddies was getting married in Bora Bora. Show More Summary
The Stars of True Detective Season Two: Colin Farrell, Rachel McAdams, Taylor Kitsch and Vince Vaughn Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey in Season One of True Detective. Although the second season of True Detective on HBO has aShow More Summary
Sunday night was a big one for HBO, with three buzzy premieres for audiences to gobble up. Top billing went to the highly-anticipated second season of "True Detective," which found Colin Farrell, Vince Vaughn, Rachel McAdams and Taylor Kitsch in the place of last season's leads Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson. Show More Summary
The second season of HBO's True Detective premiered Sunday night, with a new storyline and cast. The show now stars film actors Colin Farrell, Vince Vaughn, Rachel McAdams and Taylor Kitsch. TV critic Alan Sepinwall writes, "The story this time involves a fictionalized city on the outskirts of L.A. Show More Summary
Season Two of the acclaimed HBO crime drama True Detective premieres Sunday night, and fans can watch the episode as it airs live online, and find out whether new stars Colin Farrell, Vince Vaughn, Rachel McAdams and Taylor Kitsch can...Show More Summary
Vince Vaughn is all smiles while making an appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Friday (June 19) in New York City. During his appearance, the 45-year-old actor and host Jimmy Fallon played a game called 5-Second Summaries, where they had to summarize movie plots and have the other person guess what it [...]
Well this one is equal parts funny and creepy! We told you Friday how Colin Farrell was once a murder suspect for an unsolved homicide, and now, we've got Vince Vaughn's funny reaction! Vince went on The Tonight Show to talk True Detective and everything else with host Jimmy Fallon, and in the process, reacted to news [...]
“Washboard abs.” Those three syllables, uttered in approximately once second by Jimmy Fallon, were all Vince Vaughn needed to guess Magic Mike during Five-Second Summaries on The Tonight Show Friday. Vince is apparently a fan of Channing Tatum's sick moves, though come on, who isn't? He probably owns the Blu-ray... More »
Vince Vaughn got the special treat of being on "The Tonight Show" two nights in a row. Thursday (June 18) he played "True Confessions" with his "True Detective" co-star Colin Farrell, then Friday (June 19) he did "5-Second Movie Summaries" with host Jimmy Fallon. Show More Summary
Colin Farrell and Vince Vaughn played "True Confessions" on "The Tonight Show." In the game, players "take turns confessing to a random fact, then interrogate each other to determine who was telling the truth." And over the course of 9 minutes, a major secret was revealed: Colin Farrell is a delight! I had no idea. Show More Summary
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True Detective stars Colin Farrell and Vince Vaughn stopped by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon for a quick game of "True Confessions." This is a new one for the show, and the rules are simple: each player has two envelopes; one contains a true story that really happened to that person, and one contains a false story. Show More Summary
"I think this is going great — I'm tuning in Sunday night to watch you, I wasn't sure until now," Farrell told Vaughn, who responded, "Thank you, you as well!" read more
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The game "True Confessions" quickly escalates to become a "Jinx"-style interrogation scene
Jimmy Fallon came up with a great game for "True Detective" stars Colin Farrell and Vince Vaughn on Thursday's (June 18) "Tonight Show." It's called "True Confessions" and involves each man having two envelopes in front of him, one with...Show More Summary
Has anyone confessed to being a suspect in an Australian attempted murder case on the Tonight Show before? Because that happened. In advance of the Sunday debut of True Detective Season 2, the show's stars Colin Farrell and Vince Vaughn...Show More Summary