Ken Scott’s first job in Hollywood was a slightly unusual one.
The Canadian filmmaker’s new movie “Delivery Man” is actually an English-language remake of the 2011 film “Starbuck” - a Quebec comedy that just so happens to have been written and directed by none other than himself. Like the original, “Delivery Man” centers on perennial screw-up David Wozniak (this time, played by funny man Vince Vaughn), a former sperm donor who discovers that due to a mix up at the fertility clinic he is the biological father of 533 children.
Finding the right actor for such a role could have been a major challenge, but Scott said he found the perfect partner in Vaughn early on.
“It felt really great to reach out to Vince and have him react right away to the material,” Scott told Yahoo Movies Canada earlier this week. “This character is in absolutely every single scene, so it needed to be a great actor that had enough charisma that an audience would want to follow them throughout… and also be very goodRead More »from ‘Delivery Man’ director Ken Scott on Vince Vaughn, fat Chris Pratt, and remaking his own movie