Preview by: Jack Foley
ON PAPER, The Wedding Crashers looks set to be an irresistible
blend of foul language, bare breasts and sexual high jinks, starring
Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson.
The duo play two divorce mediators from Washington who get their
kicks from gate-crashing weddings in the hope of getting laid
by lovestruck ladies.
Despite chalking up numerous scores between them, their plans
go awry when they encounter Rachel McAdams and Isla Fisher, the
reserved daughters of the US Treasury Secretary (played by Christopher
For while Wilson begins to fall in love with McAdams, Vaughn
finds himself being stalked by Fisher and is desperate to get
The ensuing comedy could well become
of the funniest of the Summer, especially if its laugh-out-loud
trailer is anything to go by.
According to Entertainment Weekly, advance buzz on the movie
suggests it is as shameless as it is hilarious.
While Wilson, himself, compares it to the comedies of a few years
ago, such as Stripes and Animal House, which were R-rated.
The comic pairing of Wilson and Vaughn should also be a good
one, given that they have frequently collaborated with each other,
despite not sharing the limelight.
Wilson, of course, was pitted against Vaughn in Starsky
and Hutch, while both have contributed cameos to numerous
What's more, Vaughn is promising an older version of his memorable
ladies man in Swingers, having put many of the lessons he learned
from that experience back into play for The Wedding Crashers.
The film is due to open simultaneously in America and the UK
on July 15, 2005 - so make sure you have your wedding invitations
ready for some feel-good laughter!