The Internship Trailer Starring Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson

It’s been a few years since Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson have been at the top of Hollywood’s comedy A-list, and although they’re still getting plenty of work, it definitely seems like they’re struggling to remain relevant. Now they’ve decided to team up for the first time since Wedding Crashers with a movie that embraces just how irrelevant they really are. The movie is called The Internship and it finds them competing for a job at Google despite the fact that they are completely clueless about technology.

Directed by Shawn Levy (Night at the Museum), the movie seems like it could go for a lot of obvious jokes, but it was actually co-written by Vaughn himself which gives me a bit of hope. I am also digging the fact that Google is portrayed as having a college atmosphere, leading to an Old School-type vibe. Rose Byrne, John Goodman, B.J. Novak, Max Minghella and Will Ferrell co-star. The Internship hits theatres on June 7th; check out the trailer after the jump and let us know what you think!

  • Colin

    Day 1

  • Scott

    That X-Men joke was awesome.

  • rjdelight

    Was that the guy from The Social Network?

  • Kasper

    This looks like it could be either really great or really bad. It’s probably just going to be mediocre, though.

  • Brendan

    Sean, why does the movie being co-written by Vince Vaughn give you hope? His only writing credit is for Couples Retreat and a story credit for The Break-Up. Neither one of those was considered very good.

  • Kasper

    The Break-Up was great – Couples Retreat was horrible.

  • milandob

    it is directed by shawn levy, so if there will be some emotional bits i would expect sean to tear up a little bit:-) otherwise it is fucking levy!

  • I happen to like The Break-Up and I haven’t seen Couples Retreat but I see your point. Still, I think Vince Vaughn is just a naturally funny guy and the fact that he’s involved from a creative standpoint should (in theory) be a positive thing.

  • Rich

    The X-Men joke is terrible. Wilson and Vaughn are oblivious to Professor X, a character who’s been part of pop culture since 1963? Just awful writing.