They may not be crashing weddings this time around, but actors and real-life buds Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson have decided to merge their comedic talents again in the upcoming Interns, about two forty-somethings who switch careers after being laid off at their companies.

The script for the movie, which was written by Vaughn himself, is similar to a film called Outsourced that the two had signed on to do after the 2004 Wedding Crashers phenomenon turned them into a hot commodity. Later, Wilson and Vaughn backed out of the project, and Outsourced was scrapped.

Now Interns will take its place, reports Vulture, showing the characters out of their element in a brand new work place. The plot description reads, "Convinced they've gone about managing their careers entirely wrong, they resolve to become interns at a Google-like dotcom and start anew. Suddenly, the two chums are competing against wily, fresh-faced 22 year old for advancement."

Shawn Levy, who produced the upcoming Neighborhood Watch with Vaughn, has reportedly signed on to direct the project. Levy also directed Real Steel and Date Night.


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