Will Vince Vaughn Ever Head Back to ‘School’?


As the years pass by, the odds of a sequel to “Old School,” an idea that sporadically has been discussed, get narrower and narrower.

But Vince Vaughn — who starred in the movie alongside Will Farrell and Luke Wilson — said there is always a chance.

In fact, Vaughn recently confirmed that a script for the movie exists and it’s “actually pretty good.”

The following is from an interview between Vaughn and Steve “Frosty” Weintraub:

    Weintraub: Honestly…”Old School 2.″ Is it never going to happen?
    Vaughn: I wouldn’t say never. I know he’s (Todd Phillips) doing “Hangover” and has those things to do. There has been a script for it which is actually pretty good.
    Weintraub: He told me there’s a script for it.
    Vaughn: Yeah, the script is pretty good. But I’m not sure. It’s a possibility.
    Weintraub: I’d love to see it. Just throwing it out there.
    Vaughn: Yeah, he had a good idea for what could be a second one.

In the meantime, Vaughn’s next movie, “Couple’s Retreat,” arrives in theaters on Oct. 9.

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7 Comments Add Yours ↓

  1. Vanna #

    Never say never, who knows what will happen in the future. Sequels have been made long after the first on many occasions. Just look at Harrison Ford making another “Indiana Jones” movie. Who woulda thunk they would make another one of those, now word is a second one may already be in the works.

    Old School was really funny. I’m up for another if it is as good and with the same actors.

  2. Disco #

    The sequel I really want is “Swingers 2.” Jon Favreau even said he wrote the script for it.

  3. 3

    I would see it.

  4. Rob #

    The original was pretty funny. I would definitely see a sequel.

  5. Robb G #

    I’m up for another one.

  6. Eric Andres #

    Vince Vaughn is awesome.

  7. Jon #

    I’d love to see him cash in on some of his classics. I really don’t have an interest in “Couples Retreat,” and as I understand it, I’m not alone.

    He and Will Ferrell both have the opportunity to make big on their previous works, but that window won’t always be there.