Vince Vaughn Has Fathered Over 500 Kids in 'Delivery Man' Teaser

May 22, 2013

Delivery Man

With The Hangover Part III hitting theaters tomorrow, new comedies are looking to introduce themselves to audiences and Delivery Man with Vince Vaughn is one of them. Director and writer Ken Scott has remade his French Canadian comedy Starbuck for American audiences with this story of a middle-aged man whose life is turned upside down when he learns he has fathered 533 children through sperm donation. As you can imagine, this comes as quite a shock, and for Vaughn, that likely means a lot of fast-talking. This teaser doesn't show much except Vaughn doing his thing and Chris Pratt at the end, but it's still amusing.

Here's the teaser trailer for Ken Scott's Delivery Man, found on YouTube:

Delivery Man is written and directed by Ken Scott, remaking his French Canadian film Starbuck. In the film, an affable underachiever (Vince Vaughn) finds out he's fathered 533 children through anonymous donations to a fertility clinic 20 years ago. Now he must decide whether or not to come forward to meet some of the offspring when 142 of them file a lawsuit to reveal his identity. Cobie Smulders, Chris Pratt, Britt Robertson and Bobby Moynihan also star in the film hitting theaters October 3rd this fall. Funny?

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Worth seeing, but not expecting too much.

DAVIDPD on May 22, 2013


What the Hell??? I'm not sure about this...

N. on May 22, 2013


Might be be good. Pratt is always funny. Vaughn has the ability to be funny again.

Xerxexx on May 22, 2013


"that likely means a lot of fast-talking" 🙂 Funnier than Vaughn!

DavideCoppola on May 22, 2013



Nielsen700 on May 22, 2013


I loved Starbuck. This should be good, but it's another remake for people who don't want to read subtitles.

Jaret Curial on May 22, 2013


What will determine whether or not I see this is if it's rated r or pg-13. If it's pg-13 it's going to pull it's punches, have a happy ending of some kind of be vanilla flavored garbage. If it's rated r it has a change to push the envelope, really play with the ideas at hand and have a dark ending.

Kento on May 22, 2013


I like the premise, but it could go either way, I'd love it to be awesome though.

El_MUERkO on May 22, 2013

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