Vince Vaughn Meets 533 Surrogate Kids in Full 'Delivery Man' Trailer

July 2, 2013

Delivery Man

The film doesn't arrive until the fall, but following the amusing teaser trailer, a full length theatrical trailer for Delivery Man has arrived. The American remake of the French Canadian film Starbuck features Vince Vaughn as affable underachiever David Wozniak, whose mundane life is turned upside down when he finds out that he fathered 533 children through sperm donations he made twenty years earlier. But he might find solace in anonymously helping his kids as a sort of guardian angel. This actually looks like it has enough heart and laughs to be the best movie Vaughn has made since Wedding Crashers in 2005. Watch!

Here's the full trailer for Ken Scott's Delivery Man from the film's YouTube channel:

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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This actually does look very good.

Russell Shouse on Jul 2, 2013


Looks exactly like the original. I'm not sure about this...

ZM on Jul 2, 2013


At least the original was a good movie.

Ty on Jul 2, 2013


Saw the trailer for Starbucks a bit of time before, which looked fantastic. Excited for this one.

Greg dinskisk on Jul 2, 2013


I like it.

Xerxexx on Jul 2, 2013


I like that this movie seems to have some heart to it

Chase on Jul 2, 2013


oh mi gosh! I'm like crying when watching this. this is going to be good.

RobotProphet on Jul 2, 2013


Im so happy to be pleasantly surprised by a Vince Vaughn joint. It's been awhile, but this looks possibly great!

Mark on Jul 2, 2013


"Starbuck" was terrific. I was worried when I hear that it was getting the Hollywood treatment, but knowing that it's the original director behind it puts my mind at ease.

brijazz012 on Jul 2, 2013


The only reason to see this is for Chris Pratt & Cobie Smulders

Sky on Jul 2, 2013


I'll probably cry at this movie. What? Shut up.

Quanah on Jul 2, 2013


I'll defo watch this.

Carpola on Jul 4, 2013


it looks really funny and heart warming

kels on Jul 5, 2013

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