Back in the summer of 2005, Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson helped rewrite the box office record books when "Wedding Crashers" became the top-grossing R-rated comedy of all time.
Eight years later -- with "Wedding Crashers" having been usurped at the top of the charts by the two "Hangover" films -- the duo are back together in "The Internship." The first "Internship" trailer debuted on Wednesday.
In the new film, Vaughn and Wilson play a pair of down-on-their-luck salesmen who get internships at Google in a last-ditch attempt to remain employable.
"We're looking at some sort of mental 'Hunger Games' against a bunch of genius kids for jobs," Wilson's character jokes.
Co-written by Vaughn, "The Internship" looks like a combination of "Wedding Crashers," "Old School" and "The Social Network" (Max Minghella, holler). Also, great use of "Paradise City," movie trailer. Well played.
Watch "The Internship" trailer above; the film arrives in theaters on June 7.