Disney has slated the Vince Vaughn comedy The Delivery Man (formerly titled Starbuck) for October 4, 2013. As we previously reported, the comedy, which is a remake of a 2011 film, centers on a middle-aged man (Vaughn) who finds out that he fathered 533 children via sperm donation. His life is turned upside down when a few hundred of the donor babies “express an irrepressible need to meet their father.” The film also stars Cobie Smulders, Britt Robinson, and Chris Pratt. Ken Schott, who wrote and directed the original film, will helm the remake. This is the second delay for The Delivery Man, which was originally set to open on September 28th of this year before getting kicked back to March 29, 2013.
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