Wedding Crashers 2 Is Possibly Maybe Happening - Report

An unconfirmed rumor is precipitating some new information on the comedy's sequel.


Despite the fact that it should still be remembered that Wedding Crashers 2 has not yet officially been given the green light, eagle-eyed fans have recently noticed a listing for it to begin production this August in Puerto Rico. Although distributor New Line Cinema has not provided a comment on this report, Collider was able to leverage this apparent--though unconfirmed--news into learning that the cast is in "early discussions to reprise their roles."

So, what we're saying is there's a chance that Vince Vaughn, Owen Wilson, Rachel McAdams, and Isla Fisher could come back to continue the story started in 2005 about the pair of divorce mediators who crash weddings in an attempt to meet women. Check out a posting on Twitter, screen capturing the Wedding Crashers 2 listing on Production Weekly.

Director David Dobkin also told Collider previously that he'd "be curious what it'd be like for guys in their late 40s who end up being single again… what a weird, difficult, challenging story that is." Again, all of this is yet to be confirmed, but per the listing above, Evan Susser, Van Robichaux, and Rob McKittrick have supposedly co-written this script--which may or may not be real story for Wedding Crashers 2. Stay tuned, as it's likely sooner or later more clarity will come.

Wilson will officially be joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe this Wednesday, June 9, in the upcoming series, Loki. Opposite Tom Hiddleston in the titular role, Wilson stars as Mobius M. Mobius, a high-profile employee of the Time Variance Authority--note that this character has nothing to do with Morbius the Living Vampire, whose movie was recently delayed to late January 2022.

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