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The 'Wedding Crashers' actor is reportedly in talks to play one of the lead roles in the second installment of the HBO anthology series.
The adaptation of A.J. Lieberman and Nick Thornborrow's novel will now be financed by QED International and Worldview.
The movie was supposed to be an adaptation of a graphic novel about a mob-targeted man who has to lay low long enough for his life insurance policy to kick in for his daughter.
Named after the 'Wedding Crashers' actor's father, baby Vernon Lindsay Vaughn was born at a hospital outside of Los Angeles on Wednesday, August 7.
Vaughn reveals the good news to Ellen DeGeneres, saying that he and wife are 'very excited' to welcome their baby in August.
The new tattoo which is located near the owl and X tattoo on his left arm apparently symbolizes good fortune and good luck.
Stiller's Red Hour and Fox have tapped 'Joy Ride' writer Clay Tarver to pen the script for the sequel to 2004's 'Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story'.
Singer also explains why he refuses to give details of the plot, reasoning he doesn't want to spoil some elements of surprise.
The 'Blade Runner' actress, the son of Robert F. Kennedy and other environmental activists were arrested while tying themselves to the White House gate to protest against Keystone oil pipeline.
Losing their jobs as salesmen when their company is closed, Vaughn's Bill and Wilson's Nick have to compete with brilliant college students for a coveted internship at Google.
The 'Wedding Crashers' actor and the media personality will executive produce 'Pursuit of the Truth' for Beck's online network TheBlaze.
The multicamera comedy project will center on the youngest son of Mike Brady, Bobby, who is a divorced dad and remarries to start a new family.
'I didn't want to hurt the little girl. I didn't know what I was doing when it came to changing the diapers, it was a learning curve,' he shares about taking care of his little daughter.
The 'Dilemma' star and his wife Kyla Weber welcomed their first child on December 18 in his hometown Chicago, his rep confirms.
Thrilled that his 'gay' joke still stays in 'The Dilemma', Vince Vaughn is sure that pulling the line would have had a profound effect on the genre.