‘Delivery Man’ Trailer: Vince Vaughn is Everybody’s Daddy

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Vince Vaughn hasn’t been having the best run of career luck, lately; the last two years of Vaughn-starring vehicles (The Dilemma and The Watch) were both critical and financial disappointments, and 2013 hasn’t been much kinder, as the actor’s reunion with Wedding Crashers co-star Owen Wilson resulted in the equally lukewarm film The Internship – the third Vaughn-vehicle barely match its production budget in worldwide box office earnings (domestically, his pictures show a steady decline in fan interest).

Perhaps that why this trailer for Delivery Man looks like something slightly different from Vaughn – a more dramatic character study with comedic undertones (rather than the other way around); a formula that not-so-coincidentally resulted in Vaughn’s 2006 romantic-dramedy smash-hit, The Break-Up.

Delivery Man Trailer 2013 Delivery Man Trailer: Vince Vaughn is Everybodys Daddy

In Delivery Man Vince Vaughn plays David Wozniak, a slacker delivery man who finds out that, as a result of a mixup at a fertility clinic, he has been the genetic father of 533 children. When a cabal of his children get file a lawsuit, David must face the ethical decision of coming forward and giving a face to the father his gigantic brood may (or may not) desperately need.

Delivery Man co-stars Cobie Smulders (Captain America 2), CHris Pratt (Guardians of the Galaxy), Bobby Moynihan (SNL), Jack Reynor (Transformers 4), among others.


Delivery Man will be in theaters on November 22, 2013.

Source: Dreamworks

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  1. I actually want to see this… weird.

  2. This is a remake of an excellent french-canadian movie called ”Starbuck” released in 2011. Here’s hoping this will capture the charm of the original… From the trailer, I’d say it’s possible, we’ll see!

    • It might not be that different. The original movie’s Writer/Director, Ken Scott, is helming this movie too.

      • AWESOME news! =D THanks for the info!

  3. I saw this teaser a while back and decided to check out the original movie, Starbuck. Despite some implausibilities with the premise, I found the movie to be unusually endearing. Patrick Huard did an excellent job playing Wozniak. I wonder if Vaughn could bring anything new or interesting to the role.

  4. Vince vaughn need to stop acting. Oh what I’m pretty sure he stopped doing that several movies ago and just plays himself all the time now.

    • Interesting…I haven’t enjoyed him in a film since Swingers, where he established the character that he’s played continuously ever since – which may very well be himself.
      This actually looks watchable and it may just be Ken Scott’s doing.

  5. Surprising given his last few projects

  6. aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa,just stop no more vince vaughn please no more aaaa. i cant take it please stop.aaaaaaaaaaa god it hurts sweet jesus no more please.

  7. I immediately clicked on this article, because I instantly new it was a remake of ‘Starbuck’ a movie I randomly went to see because I thought it sounded funny and interesting, I absolutely loved it. I get why they are doing this and I get the choices for the cast. But what made it so genius was that is was Canadian, the actor who played this Wozniak. And I guess it was even more fun to watch for not French-Canadian people. The remake is a little unnecessary I think.

  8. This sounds like a rip-off from 1978″s “What’s up Superdoc!”

  9. So the basic plot of this movie sounds like an Adam Sandler movie or something, but I’m holding out hope that Vince Vaughn can inject it with a little more maturity (haha imagine that!) than Mr. Sandler would…it looks like the film is actually aimed at adults vs. teens so here’s hoping.

    Thought it was awesome to hear “Lay Me Down” by The Dirty Heads in the trailer, hope they actually use the song (and not just an instrumental part) in the movie itself.

  10. Starbuck, the French version was sooooo much better. The french actor that played Ben’s part was so much more hilarious…. As well as the English text did
    not express nearly enough enthusiasm of expressions to support the French Text. Translation from English to French or vise versa never seems to work properly and usually ruins and a movie.