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Vince Vaughn Archives -

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Jack Rico


2015/04/09 at 11:37pm

HBO’s ‘True Detective’ Season 2: First Trailer With Colin Farrell And Vince Vaughn

When I heard that Vince Vaughn, a mostly comedic actor, and Colin Farrell, a mostly B actor at best, were starring in season 2 of HBO’s True Detective, my face cringed. HBO never really makes mistakes, but gone are director Cary Fukunaga, one of the most acclaimed actors of the 21st century in Matthew McConaughey and an immensely solid actor in Woody Harrelson… and this new cast is how you up the ante? HBO has earned the benefit of the doubt from fans, but they have a lot of explaining to do. I just can’t understand the cast selection process. Here’s the first trailer of ‘True Detective’ Season 2. What do YOU think? Read More

Jack Rico


2013/11/22 at 12:04am

Delivery Man (Movie Review)

The “1-4-0″: When was the last time you cried at a Vince Vaughn film? Well get ready for @DeliveryManFilm, a dramedy that’ll have you crying like a baby. Read More

Jack Rico


2013/06/07 at 12:00am

The Internship (Movie Review)

The “1-4-0”: Don’t expect “Wedding Crashers: Part 2” with #TheInternship. Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson could not bring the magic back. A flop. Read More

Mack Chico


2008/12/01 at 12:00am

‘Four Christmas’ merries in a #1 gift at the box office

'Four Christmas' merries in a #1 gift at the box office

Thanksgiving weekend movie crowds gobbled up the Reese Witherspoon-Vince Vaughn holiday comedy “Four Christmases,” which premiered at No. 1 with $31.7 million, according to studio estimates Sunday.

The film raised its total to $46.7 million since opening Wednesday.

In terms of revenue, it was Hollywood’s second-biggest Thanksgiving period ever. The top 12 movies took in $223.7 million from Wednesday to Sunday, trailing only the $232.2 million haul over 2000.

“Twilight,” which had a huge No. 1 opening the previous weekend, took a steep 62 percent decline from its $69.6 million premiere.

Based on Sunday’s estimates, Disney’s animated “Bolt” had a slight lead on second place with $26.6 million for the weekend, to $26.4 million for “Twilight.”

In San Francisco, Focus Features’ film “Milk,” directed by Gus Van Sant and starring Sean Penn as slain Supervisor Harvey Milk, set a box-office record at the Castro Theatre. From Wednesday through Friday, the single-screen theater grossed $109,440 on “Milk,” breaking the previous three-day record of $50,584 set in May by “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull,” according to film promoters Terry Hines and Associates.

The film opened nationally on 36 screens, two of which, the Sundance Kabuki and the Embarcadero, didn’t begin showing the film until Friday. “Milk” opened at No. 10 nationwide with $1.4 million in just 36 theaters. The film had a strong average of $38,375 a cinema, compared with $9,571 in 3,310 theaters for “Four Christmases.”

The weekend’s other new wide release, “Australia,” opened at No. 5 with $14.8 million for the weekend and $20 million since premiering Wednesday.

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