Danny McBride Teams With 'Hangover' Director to Remake 'Clown'

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Danny McBride has been on a comedy roll for the last few years and it appears as if his raunchy comedic style isn't going anywhere, having just signed to do a remake of a popular Danish television show.

McBride is attached to write and star in 'Clown' based on the Danish TV show and film about two friends who plan a trip filled with scandalous debauchery and one of them takes their girlfriend's 11 year-old son on the trip. 'The Hangover' director Todd Phillips will produce for the Warner Brothers project.

According to Deadline, the logline will be "two men and a 13-year old boy embark on an R-rated vacation." No word on yet on McBride's character or who will play his buddy but whomever they choose, I'm sure we're in for another wild ride. McBride's next project is a co-starring role in Seth Rogen's upcoming comedy, "The Apocalypse."

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