A couple more names have been added to the cast of Starbuck director Ken Scott’s new comedy Business Trip. The film stars Vince Vaughn as an American business man whose trip to Europe “is upended and devolves into amusing madness,” with Dave Franco already onboard to co-star. Now The Wrap reports that Nick Frost and James Marsden are in talks to sign on in supporting roles. Scott and Vaughn most recently collaborated on the comedy Delivery Man, which opens in theaters this November. Further details regarding Frost and Marsden’s roles are unknown at this time.
Frost will next be seen opposite Simon Pegg in director Edgar Wright’s fantastic sci-fi comedy The World’s End, opening in the U.S. on August 23rd. He also stars in the upcoming comedy Cuban Fury alongside Rashida Jones and Chris O’Dowd. As for Marsden, he was most recently seen playing President John F. Kennedy in Lee Daniels’ The Butler and also stars in this December’s Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues.
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