Luke Wilson would love ‘Old School 2’ to be in session
By Anthony D’Alessandro
HollywoodNews.com: EXCLUSIVE — It doesn’t sound like the bell is ringing any time soon for a sequel to the hit comedy “Old School.”
Luke Wilson quipped to Hollywood News, “I think it happened, it was called ‘The Hangover.’
“They’ve been trying to do it for a while, they have the script. But getting Will (Ferrell) and Vince (Vaughn) together was tough logistically.
DreamWorks released “Old School” in February 2003 and chalked up $87.1 million at the global box office.
“I was always ready to go,” said the actor whose upcoming film is the crime-comedy “Middle Men” directed by George Gallo (screenwriter of “Bad Boys,” “Midnight Run”). In the film Wilson plays Jack Harris, a business pioneer in internet pornography. “Middle Men” bows in approxi
Close to a year ago, Collider received a similar response from Vince Vaughn: director Todd Phillips has a script, but wasn’t moving “Old School 2” forward, rather “The Hangover 2.” Vaughn at the time had previously read an intriguing script for “Old School 2.”
“They (Todd Phillips and co.) could come back and do it,” Wilson said about the potential for “Old School 2,” “I’d kill to get the chance to do it with those guys.’
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