Vince Vaughn stars as a sperm-bank-donor-happy slacker.
When a man-child has hundreds of children.
Starring Owen Wilson, Vince Vaughn, and Google.
"Is B.J. Novak a jerk?"
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A remake of the French-Canadian comedy Starbuck.
Old School fans rejoice.
If you can dodge a wrench, you can have a sequel.
It's hard to follow Melissa McCarthy.
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Jay Pharoah can impersonate anyone perfectly, even Vaughn.
Miguel will be his musical guest!
You'll get college credit.
Triple Time, an action-thriller where he'll play a U.S. marshal.
Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson's movie about working at a "Google-like" company will shoot there this week.
For Starbuck, the sperm-donor one.
The film about Vaughn's character fathering hundreds of children by artificial insemination.
This news story is set to song.
Scratch the surface of The Watch and you’ll find a lot of anxiety about the neutering of the modern American male.
The Risk Agent, based on Ridley Pearson's book.
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By Braveheart writer Randall Wallace.
Via sperm donation.
The movie was renamed from Neighborhood Watch.
About three older guys who move into a bachelor pad together.