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Vince Vaughn Joins DADDY'S HOME Alongside Will Ferrell

May 11, 2013
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The dynamic duo of Vince Vaughn and Will Ferrell are back together again. Vaughn is the latest edition to join Etan Cohen's "Daddy's Home".

Cohen co-wrote the script with Brian Burns, Adam McKay and Chris Henchy. It centers around Ferrell who stars as a radio executive, who yearns to become the world's greatest stepfather. His dreams are put on hold when his wife's ex-husband comes back into the picture and turns up the heat on the competition to win the kids over.

It has not been confirmed yet if Vaughn will play the freeloading ex-husband, but a showdown between him and Ferrell sounds like a great idea indeed.

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Source: MovieWeb

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