Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson sent moviegoers into a spell of laughter with their collaborative performances in the sophomoric comedy Wedding Crashers in 2005, and now the duo is reuniting on the big screen for another potential knee-slapping performance.
ET caught up with Vaughn and Wilson before their first joint film in eight years comes to theaters to discuss the film and their on-screen chemistry together.
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"We can get on a roll sometimes thinking about something," Wilson said of his compatibility with Vaughn.
"On the day, if we're making each other laugh or just talk about stuff...we'll try to find a way to...incorporate that [into the film]," Vaughn added.
Like Wedding Crashers, The Internship has an irreverent undertone, as the bulk of the laughs come from the main characters' puerility.
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"You take these guys who...ran in to hard times, lost their jobs, and don't feel qualified with...the way that technology is going," Vaughn laid out the film's premise. "Then, they're going to take a crack at being interns against a bunch of 20-year-olds from Harvard."
Watch the full video to hear Vaughn's experience with fatherhood. See him reunite with Wilson in The Internship starting June 7.