It’s an ideal opportunity to crash another wedding.
The hit satire “Wedding Crashers” is getting a spin-off — 11 years after it first hit theaters, Variety reports.
The praised 2005 film featuring Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson is getting a moment shot in a continuation being produced by New Line, one of the film’s stars Isla Fisher said on “Today” this week.
Fisher supposedly heard the news from Vaughn, however had no different subtle elements.
New Line affirmed a venture was in progress, however have yet to take care of business with stars Vaughn, Wilson, Fisher, Rachel McAdams, Bradley Cooper and Will Ferrell — or the first film’s executive David Dobkin, as indicated by the Guardian.
Dobkin talked about the likelihood of a spin-off in 2014 — however nothing had happened to it around then.
“Wedding Crashers turned out when individuals weren’t doing bunches of spin-offs. We came up with an extraordinary take. Vince, Owen and myself sat around at Owen’s home one day and broke the story. It was super interesting,” the told the site Quora at the time.
“We needed Daniel Craig to be a definitive wedding crasher, with his provocative body and his speedo, and the two folks would be inconceivably undermined by him. He resembled the cutting edge eliminator of wedding slamming,” Dobkin included.
The first film takes after separation go betweens Vaughn and Wilson as they appear to weddings uninvited keeping in mind the end goal to attach with defenseless single ladies.
“Wedding Crashers” earned $285 million worldwide on a $40 million spending plan.
The spin-off will be penned by Evan Susser and Van Robichaux, who composed the up and coming film “Clench hand Fight” featuring Charlie Day and Ice Cube.