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Vince Vaughn Hits the Road in 'Unfinished Business' Red Band Trailer

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November 26, 2014
Source: Yahoo UK

Unfinished Business

In case you didn't know, Vince Vaughn is officially part of the cast of "True Detective" for the anthology show's second season next year. But for those of you who prefer the fast-talking actor in comedy roles, you still get what you want too. Unfinished Business is an R-rated comedy that sees Vaughn playing a businessman who heads overseas to land a big deal, but he doesn't have the best comrades on his endeavor with Dave Franco and Tom Wilkinson at his side. Plus, there's James Marsden and Sienna Miller as a competing duo going after the same deal. It looks a little better than what we've seen Vaughn deliver lately in the comedy world, especially with this supporting cast, and the red band trailer is pretty raunchy. Watch!

Here's the red band trailer for Ken Scott's Unfinished Business, originally from Yahoo:

And if you don't like all the swearing or you're at work, here's the green band trailer:

Unfinished Business is directed by Ken Scott (Delivery Man, Starbuck) and written by Steve Conrad (The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, The Pursuit of Happyness, The Promotion). Vince Vaughn stars in the film as an American businessman on a trip to Europe where everything can and does go wrong, from only being able to rely on his only two employees on the opposite end of the age spectrum (Dave Franco and Tom Wilkinson), to facing off with his former boss (Sienna Miller) and another hot shot businessman (James Marsden). Nick Frost also stars in the film which 20th Century Fox releases next spring, March 6th, 2015.

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  • ragethorn
    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. VV kills me.
  • avconsumer2
    Heh! Nice. Great casting. Will watch.
  • Nielsen700
    Looks all right.
  • Mr Chatterbox
    It's like dodgeball, in business mode.
  • DAVIDPD
    Vaughn needs a good film, his last few have been real stinkers...this looks somewhat hopeful to me.

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