The outrageous comedy "Wedding Crashers" stars Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson as divorce mediators and lifelong friends who have never met a wedding they couldn't get themselves into. Guided by a secret set of wedding crashing "rules," the pair find their way into a different wedding and different bridesmaid’s heart every week. But when they crash the social event of the season, one of them falls for the engaged daughter (Rachel mcAdams) of an influential and eccentric politician (Christopher Walken) and decides to break the "rules" in pursuit of her. This leads to a wild weekend at her family’s palatial estate where the ultimate "Crashers" quickly find themselves in way over their heads.
You can party it up with Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson in 1080p this December. Wedding Crashers will be released on Blu-ray on December 16. We have no cover art as of yet, but this new BD disc will be priced at $28.99 SRP and the disc will include both the rated edition and the unrated "uncorked" edition as well. The film stars Vince Vaughn, Owen Wilson, Rachel McAdams, Isla Fischer and Christopher Walken.
In this hilarious box office hit, Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson have perfected the art of wedding crashing but when one of them actually falls in love their sacred rule, "never leave a fellow crasher behind," may be broken!Read More
Wedding Crashers was released July 15th, 2005.Read More
Movie PictureIt seems that renters wanted to laugh in 2006.
Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson have crashed another party, coming first in the hearts of American movie lovers with their bad boy antics in Wedding Crashers. The comedy tops the list of most rented movies at BLOCKBUSTER in 2006, both in-store and online.Read More
USA Today reports that during Sunday's Emmys, Jane Seymour mentioned that she ran into into her Wedding Crashers screenwriter, Steve Faber, who told her he is working on a sequel that would include the actress.
Wedding Crashers comes to DVD on January 3rd in both standard theatrical and an "unrated & uncorked" edition. CLICK HERE for more details on the release.Read More
According to The Hollywood Reporter, New Line Home Entertainment has given the "fifth quarter" a jump start by announcing that Wedding Crashers, the fourth-biggest movie of the year with a boxoffice of $203.6 million, will skip the holiday-selling season and instead arrive January 3 on DVD and UMD.
The news comes at a time when most suppliers are pushing out their summer movies and other high-profile titles before the holidays, in the hopes of maximizing the traditionally busy fourth quarter, when the video industry generates about 40% of its yearly revenue. For us the fourth quarter begins in September 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment senior marketing communications vp Steve Feldstein said.Read More
The New Line Cinema comedy Wedding Crashers has passed Hitch to become the top-grossing comedy of the year with a cumulative box office gross of $180 million since its July 15 debut.
The film, which continues to play well throughout the country, now ranks as the 7th biggest grossing film of the year. It has also passed such hits as Pretty Woman and There's Something About Mary to become the second highest grossing R-rated comedy of all time behind Beverly Hills Cop.Read More
According to The Hollywood Reporter, New Line Cinema's Wedding Crashers took its vows in first place this weekend with an estimated $20.5 million.
The R-rated comedy, starring Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn and helmed by David Dobkin, was off a scant 20% on its third session and has garnered an estimated $116.1 million to date. In recent years only a handful of films have opened in a position other than the top spot before moving into first place in later weeks; Wedding Crashers joins a unique club that includes New Line's Elf, 20th Century Fox's There's Something About Mary and Buena Vista's The Santa Clause. But Wedding Crashers proved to be one of but a few bright spots this weekend at the boxoffice as the session overall fell well short of the comparable frame last year, when Buena Vista's The Village debuted with $50.7 million and the second-place film, Universal's The Bourne Supremacy, took in $24.2 million for its sophomore session.Read More
According to The Hollywood Reporter, By and large audiences in North America chose to forgo this weekend's four new wide releases and stick with the familiar. Warner Bros. Pictures' Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and New Line Cinema's Wedding Crashers easily held onto the top two spots at the boxoffice for the second consecutive weekend while DreamWorks' The Island -- the most high profile among the newcomers -- could only muster a cheerless fourth place debut.
Charlie, starring Johnny Depp and helmed by Tim Burton, unwrapped an estimated $28.3 million, down 50% from its debut a week ago. Thanks in part to strong mid-week business the PG-rated feature crossed the $100 million mark on Saturday -- in nine days -- as its cume to date advanced to $114.1 million. The Owen Wilson-Vince Vaughn starrer Crashers scored an estimated $26.2 million in its sophomore frame, down a scant 23% from its opening. The R-rated comedy has gleaned an estimated $80.9 million in 10 days.Read More