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Vince Vaughn, Owen Wilson headed back to Atlanta for new film

vince-vaughn-owen-wilson-wedding-crashersVince Vaughn and Owen Wilson, each of whom has worked on separate movies in Atlanta, apparently are about to return to work on a movie together.

The two actors, who both appeared in “Wedding Crashers,” and are shown at right in a still from that movie, are reportedly going to star in “The Internship,” about guys who get downsized and then start over. OLV reports the movie will film here this summer.

Vaughn was here last year working on the movie co-starring Ben Stiller that originally was known as “Neighborhood Watch” but is being released this summer as merely “The Watch.” The studio, acting in an abundance of caution, sought to excise even the tiniest subliminal hint of a connection between their alien-adventure/bromantic comedy and the Travyon Martin case, where a Florida teenager was shot by neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman, who said he acted out in self defense.

Wilson also filmed a movie here, the gross-out comedy “Hall Pass” co-starring Jason Sudeikis, Jenna Fischer and Christina Applegate.

“The Internship” aims for a June 2013 release date.

- Jennifer Brett/The Buzz/jbrett@ajc.com

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