never imagined he would someday place his handprints and footprints in cement at the world famous TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood
, but that all came true at the ceremony Wednesday morning.
“I remember being a young kid – I came out [to L.A.] when I was 18 -- walking down these streets and coming across the Chinese [Theatre] and really being impressed by it and looking at all the names and all the hands and footprints and it being inspiring,” Vaughn told ET. “To be included now is a lot of fun.”
“It’s a chance to do something different and we got great material to me working with and I’m really having a great time doing it,” said Vaughn. “It’s a crime story that takes place [in Los Angeles]. The characters are complicated, the world’s that you enter are very interesting. It’s a lot of fun.”
Speaking of fun, some rather hilarious stock photos featuring Vaughn and his Unfinished Business co-stars hit the Internet this week in what may be the most creative marketing ploy for a film – and we got the story behind them.
“The campaign is sort of taking a turn in a fun way to kind of represent the spirit of the movie where they're kind of fun,” Vaughn said. “I didn't even know they were doing those. I think they took images from different photos and used it -- but it made me laugh.”
Unfinished Business hits theaters March 6.