Vince Vaughn, Chris Pratt and Cobie Smulders stars in a new hilarious film this November with Delivery Man. This comedy film is about an affable underachiever, David Wozniak (Vaughn) who finds out he’s fathered 533 children through his anonymous donations to a fertility clinic 20 years ago. His life is turned upside down when he finds out that he is facing a lawsuit from 142 of the 533 twenty year olds who wants to know his identity. David struggles to decide whether he must reveal his true identity. This journey will not only lead him to his true self but the father he could become as well. Check out the latest buzz on this film below:
“Interview with Vince Vaughn on His Role in Delivery Man
We didn’t have to wait too long to talk to Vince Vaughn, who took a break from filming Delivery Man and came over to talk to us still wearing David Wozniak’s typical attire, a basketball jersey from the league he plays in with his father and brother. As one might expect from seeing his movies, Vaughn can be somewhat of a motormouth, but you have to appreciate his outspokenness.
Q: I get the impression that this movie is more dramatic than the things you’ve been doing usually although you used to do more drama earlier in your career, so was it a conscious decision to do something more dramatic?
Vince Vaughn: I don’t know if it was conscious. My sister saw the movie (“Starbuck”) and said I had to see it, and I was working at the time and just wasn’t good at multi-tasking and then when I saw the movie, I really loved it because it was fresh, it was different then a lot of things that you see. It was original in thought and I thought it was really well constructed and I loved the movie. The thing that made me interested I doing this was Ken, the fact that he wrote it and directed it and that he wanted to do it again is what made it exciting for me because I really thought he did a good job on every aspect of the film. I always loved the material and it’s a great part to play, but I think on some level, it’s been interesting for me, because when I started with “Swingers” and I did smaller movies like “Made” or “Return to Paradise,” stuff like that that was more dramatic, I remember when Todd (Phillips) wanted to put me in “Old School,” they didn’t want to hire me because they didn’t think I could do comedy ’cause I had gotten more dramatic stuff, but then I did “Old School” and all those movies–”Dodgeball,” “Crashers”–they all were fun movies but I didn’t have a conscious effort. I don’t know, but I don’t work from a place of saying “I need to do this or show people.” I probably didn’t do a very good job even of planning of “I’m going to do this movie and then that movie.”
The rest of the interview can be read at Comingsoon.net.
Delivery Man is directed by Ken Scott and is scheduled to be released on November 22nd 2013.
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