Vince Vaughn spoke to Entertainment Tonight this week about the potential of a Wedding Crashers sequel.


Vaughn told Entertainment Tonight:

"Owen and I and the director of Crashers have been talking for the first time seriously about a sequel to that movie. So there has been an idea that is pretty good. So we are talking about that in the early stages."

This is not the first time a sequel was hinted at. The director of the original, David Dobkin, told Variety back in June that a script was in the works. Also, Will Ferrell told E! that a script is being written and joked about turning the sequel into a divorce drama.

The original film starred big names such as Vince Vaughn, Owen Wilson, Rachel McAdams, Isla Fisher, Christopher Walken and Will Ferrell. Hopefully the entire cast will be reprising their roles in the second installment. Below is the trailer for the first film.

'Wedding Crashers'

This year is the films 15th anniversary since it came out in 2005. I would say it is about time we got a sequel from this hilarious cast. There is no set date for when we finally get this sequel but this hope they won't make us wait too long; it has already been 15 years.

'Freaky'

Thankfully we do not have to wait too long to see Vince Vaughn on our screens, he has a new film called Freaky. Vaughn stars along with Kathryn Newton in this twisted body-swap movie. Vaughn plays a serial killer and Newton's character is in high school and they switched bodies when Vaughn tries to murder her. Don't miss this comedic thriller coming out Friday the 13th.

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