Vince Vaughn Is in Talks to Revive 'Wedding Crashers' for a Sequel

Vince Vaughn Is in Talks to Revive 'Wedding Crashers' for a Sequel
Regression therapy is a well-respected form of mental health treatment that focuses on resolving past events that interfere with an individual's wellness. If you want to ineffectually recreate the environment for treatment on your own, a great way to tap into that regression is by watching and rewatching crappy — but familiar — old movies. Vince Vaughn seems to agree, as he has confirmed that the Wedding Crashers crew are thinking about digging up the past for a sequel.

Speaking with ET, the actor revealed that he, David Dobkin and Owen Wilson have been in talks about bringing the 2005 comedy back to life with an all-new instalment.

"Owen and I and the director of Crashers have been talking for the first time seriously [about] a sequel to that movie," Vaughn told ET. "So there has been an idea that is pretty good. So we are talking about that in the early stages."

Vaughn also shared that he's eager to get the project going because of how much joy his early-aughts buddy comedy heyday brought him — especially his work on projects like Wedding Crashers, Zoolander and Mr. and Mrs. Smith.

"They were fun movies to make," he said. "It's always fun to make people laugh and go to work with people that are funny."

Previously, co-stars Rachel McAdams and Will Ferrell hinted that plans for the sequel — including a script — were already underway.

"I think we can just say it's being written," Ferrell told E! News at the time.

The original film also starred Christopher Walken, Isla Fisher Jane Seymour and Bradley Cooper, among others.