"The Internship" is Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson's first film together since they broke box office records with "Wedding Crashers"
In the actors' first collaboration since "Wedding Crashers," they star as recently laid-off salesman in their 40s competing against interns in their 20s for a full-time job at Google.
"Wedding Crashers" scored over $209 million at the box office in 2005 to become the highest domestic-grossing R-rated comedy of all time (a record eventually crushed by both "Hangover" movies), so it will be interesting if Vaughn and Wilson's latest teamwork comes close to that number when "The Internship" is released in theaters on June 7.
It's not yet known if the Shawn Levy-directed comedy will receive the same rating as "Wedding Crashers."
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