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We were wondering when Will Ferrell was going to show up to this party.
The "Anchorman" star has officially joined his "Wedding Crashers" pals Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson for the workplace comedy, "The Internship," according to Variety.
"The Internship" follows two laid-off fortysomething salesman (Vaughn and Wilson) who attempt to start new careers at the very bottom of the ladder at a major tech company, where their bosses are half their age. Ferrell is set to make a cameo as Wilson's brother-in-law, who sells home electronics and has no problem making inappropriate comments about his attractive customers.
Sounds like a Will Ferrell kind of cameo in a movie starring Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson, doesn't it? Ferrell is certainly no stranger to making a guest appearance in a Vaughn-Wilson vehicle, having previously played Chazz Reinhold, the mentor to the "Wedding Crashers" who spent a good chunk of his scene yelling after his mother in the other room.
Production on "The Internship," which also co-stars Rose Byrne, Dylan O'Brien and John Goodman, has already commenced under the direction of Shawn Levy ("Date Night," "Real Steel"). Will Ferrell will next be seen in "The Campaign," opening Aug. 10.