The term "product placement" feels insufficient to describe the role of Google in 'The Internship.' This is not so much product placement in a movie as movie placement in a product. For two hours, viewers are treated to a series of bright, high-energy sales pitches for the San Francisco search engine and its vast array of products and services -- Google Play, Google Drive, Google Helpline, Google Maps and, of course, plain-old Googley Google -- plus, occasional attempts at comedy from Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson while they stand in front of giant Google logos. Shameless? Absolutely. But that wouldn't be such a problem if 'The Internship' wasn't so mirthless, as well.
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Paul Thomas Anderson is one of the most respected directors working today, which is why he can get some of the best actors in the business to join his projects. His next film 'Inherent Vice' is starting to build its cast, and besides Joaquin Phoenix and Benicio Del Toro, it looks like Owen Wilson may also join the film.
Two professional salesman lose their jobs but manage to snag internships at Google despite being total luddites.
The first official 'The Internship' trailer has arrived, featuring Vince Vaughn, Owen Wilson, and the colorful world of Google. And it's actually funny!
It's a 'Wedding Crashers' reunion for 'The Internship' as "Boats 'n Hoes" lyricist Will Ferrell has just signed on to join former 'Crashers' friends Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson in the new comedy from director Shawn Levy. Things are about to get a little bit bro in here.
Is it just us or when you hear that John Goodman has been cast in any movie, it immediately shoots to the top of your must-see list? It does? Ok, so we're not the only ones who love the guy.
Wes Anderson's 'Moonrise Kingdom' is still in theaters, but the director is already back to work on his latest movie, an untitled European film project, and he's eyeing some pretty spectacular names to join the cast.
Owen Wilson, Olivia Wilde and Brie Larson have been attached to star in the new comedy 'Squirrels to the Nuts' to be produced by Wes Anderson and Noah Baumbach.
Yes, it's true: Wes Anderson's 'Moonrise Kingdom' is the first film from the director to not feature either the writing or acting skills of his longtime friend Owen Wilson. But don't worry -- this is not a permanent situation.
For the past few years we've been seeing Owen Wilson stay on the less aggressive side of the acting tracks, taking on more comedies and lighthearted dramas instead of leaning towards the action end of the pool. Now the actor is gearing up to be the lead in an upcoming action-thriller film for the first time since 'Behind Enemy Lines'.