International Trailer for ‘The Internship’ Reveals Few New Details

Wednesday, March 20, 2013
By Kevin Crossman
Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn in The Internship

Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn in The Internship

A new trailer for The Internship for international markets was released today, revealing a only a few more details about the film. The new trailer hits many of the same beats and jokes as the domestic trailer but there’s a bit more of Rose Byrne as Owen Wilson’s love interest and an indication of the kind of “shenanigans” that Wilson and Vince Vaughn will be facing during their Google internship.

The Internship opens on June 7 in the U.S. and July 4 in the U.K.

5 Responses to “International Trailer for ‘The Internship’ Reveals Few New Details”

  1. Chris

    that “on the line” joke was brutal. Not funny at all. Only someone who has never heard of the internet would make that mistake. I hope the movie isn’t just this one joke.

  2. Kevin Crossman

    Sad as it is to say, I must agree Chris. That might have worked had the film been set in 1995. But not 2013. Lame.

    If the Manager who won’t have a drink with the guys after work turns out to be the antagonist of the film I could see that working, though.

  3. Mario

    I recommend turning on the audio-based captions. It’s a perfectly ironic comment on Google’s not-so-great achievements against this glorifying trailer.

    About the trailer… I would have been excited for an Owen/Vince vehicle about 5 years ago. But they blew it. They didn’t want to feed the notion of a “Frat Pack,” so everybody went off and did their own stuff. Cut to 6-7 years later, and we finally see them all team up again, Owen & Jack in The Big Year, Ben & Vince in The Watch, Owen & Vince in this… How are we doing with that so far? Unfortunately, nobody cares. Not even Tropic Thunder did that well. If everyone had embraced the Frat Pack label and kept making movies together after Wedding Crashers, we could have been talking about a classic American comedy troupe, a real legacy. Now it kind of feels like a money grab… That said, I’m still going to be there opening weekend.

    I just hope all this petered out excitement for Frat Pack reunions doesn’t fuck up Anchorman’s momentum come xmas. Speaking of, the biggest victim in all this seems to be Luke Wilson… Is he ever going to get cast in one of these movies again? He’s the one with the most vitality and range right now, I’d say.

  4. Kevin Crossman

    Some of us really enjoyed The Watch… But The Big Year, yeah, that was not a great film.

  5. Rick Duran

    PG-13 fingerprints are all over this one. Afraid Mario said it best, this seems like pure paycheck phoning-it-in


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