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Nick Frost Off On A Business Trip
James Marsden also packing for Vince Vaughn comedy

20 August 2013  |  Written by James White  |  Source: The Wrap

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Pink Hulk returns! Okay, so it’s unlikely that he will be swinging bar stools in this role, but Nick Frost and James Marsden have both signed on to the cast of Vince Vaughn’s new comedy Business Trip, so anything’s possible.

The film finds Vaughn playing an American businessman heading to Europe for what he hopes will be a profitable trip. Since this is a comedy, of course, things soon devolve into chaos. Vaughn is reuniting with director Ken Scott for this one, having just worked with him on Delivery Man, the remake of Scott’s Canadian comedy Starbuck.

No details have emerged yet about what Frost and Marsden will be doing in the film, though we do know they’re in supporting roles alongside Dave Franco.

Marsden is currently on screens in 2 Guns and will also show up as John F. Kennedy in Lee Daniels’ The Butler. Comedy-wise, he’s in Anchorman 2 (due December 20), and Walk Of Shame. You probably don’t need us to tell you that Frost reunited with old chums Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg for The World’s End, which US readers get to see on Friday (find the trailer below). Frost will also be starring in Cuban Fury (out January 10 in the UK) and provides a voice for Laika’s latest stop-motion animation, The Boxtrolls.


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