Vince Vaughn is on a roll lately, which can only mean one thing: sequels. We had to ask if he'd be revisiting new classics like "Wedding Crashers" any time soon. " 'Still Crashing' it's called. Owen [Wilson] and Rachel [McAdams] are on the rocks," he joked. "No, we haven't talked about it, but I've heard people mention it. I've always been reluctant [to do sequels]. There was big talk for a while about 'Old School 2' too. 'Swingers,' we had a script for [a sequel], naturally. I would never say never." An 'Old School' sequel is, indeed, being developed by director Todd Phillips. "I've heard about it for a while, but my reluctance is, if you make a movie that's really good, and I really love 'Old School,' there's an energy to say, 'Let's make a second one.' ... But that was such a particular story with [Luke Wilson's] character going through losing his girlfriend and us starting a fraternity for him," the star shrugged. "There are some ideas for the second one, but [I'd] have to make sure it was a good story." ...

Oscar-nominated couple Heath Ledger and Michelle Williams are in talks to collaborate again on the big screen, this time in a biopic about one of rock and roll's biggest names. The "Brokeback Mountain" co-stars are joining "I'm Not There," a Bob Dylan movie that already has Dylan devotees Cate Blanchett, Christian Bale, Julianne Moore and Richard Gere in its star-studded cast. Directed by Todd Haynes ("Far From Heaven"), the movie will begin filming this July in Montreal. ...

Halle Berry might be making her last appearance as a mutant in this week's "X-Men: The Last Stand," but she has two upcoming films opposite heavy-hitting leading men that should keep her fans awash in stormy moments. " 'Perfect Stranger' I just finished with Bruce Willis, which is a suspense thriller about the darkness of the Internet and how everybody has secrets and nobody is who you think they are. My character gets all tangled up in this mess on the Internet," Berry said of the James Foley ("Confidence") film that hits theaters next March. "Then there's 'Things We Lost in a Fire,' with Benicio Del Toro and DreamWorks, and that has a little sort of art-movie feel of a woman who loses her husband and has to deal with [his] death. She has two children, and Benicio comes into her life and helps her deal with the loss." Marking the American debut of acclaimed Denmark director Susanne Bier ("Open Hearts"), "Fire" is currently searching for a release date. ...

WWE wrestler Kane currently can be seen disemboweling and decapitating pretty teenagers in "See No Evil," in which he portrays a creepy killer he compares to Freddy and Jason. The monstrous personality insists he has no plans to invade Hollywood like the Rock, but he does hope the character could be resurrected for future killing sprees. "I'm not a movie star. I took the role of Jacob Goodnight because he's a kindred soul to myself," Kane grinned. "As far as doing other projects, I don't think I want to do that. But as far as working with [WWE mastermind/ film producer] Vince McMahon on other projects — like 'See No Evil 2,' hopefully — yeah, that's absolutely something I would like to do. And I'm sure that's something he'd be there for." ...

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The recent #1 opening for "United 93" garnered a sigh of relief from those behind the next 9/11 film. "Everyone's gonna learn something from it," said Jay Hernandez, who stars in this summer's "World Trade Center" alongside Nicolas Cage and Maggie Gyllenhaal. "There's something that separates the two: 'Flight 93' is a little more speculation, and 'World Trade Center' is all based on fact. It's almost verbatim what took place, because we have firsthand knowledge of what took place. ... There's a moment where I'm trapped somewhere, and the set was so powerful that it really affected me. It's because I talked to a lot of guys that experienced [the catastrophe] and were actually in [the buildings]." The Oliver Stone-directed "World Trade Center" opens August 9. ...

A quick heads-up for anyone planning to see "X-Men: The Last Stand": Be sure to keep your eyes glued to the screen until the credits finish rolling. Director Brett Ratner has inserted a special "final word" scene at the end of the blockbuster, much like "Pirates of the Caribbean" or "Planes, Trains and Automobiles" did. We'd never dream of spoiling things, but those who stay will get a completely different take on the film than their friends who dart out to their cars once the credits begin. ...

Nicolas Cage and Julianne Moore in a reality show? Don't worry, they won't be storming the "American Idol" stage any time soon but instead will attempt to reignite the TV/movie courtship last seen in the now-defunct "Project Greenlight." The stars are hard at work on the sci-fi thriller "Next." The makers of the film will be searching for Hollywood's "Next" actor in "Looking for Stars," a series that will reward the winner with a speaking role in the film. Premiering June 19 at 8:50 p.m. on Starz!, the show follows nearly 200 wannabes from their first auditions through the winner's first step on the film set. Each segment of the 14-episode "micro-series" will last 10 minutes and will be judged by Revolution Studios executive Brad Sexton, "The Baby-Sitters Club" director Melanie Mayron, and original MTV VJ Alan Hunter. In addition to the yet-to-be-discovered star, "Next" will feature Jessica Biel. It's due in theaters sometime next year.

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