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Vince Vaughn, Glenn Beck Team Up for Reality Show

Kevin Winter/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Here’s a Hollywood couple you probably didn’t see coming: Vince Vaughn and Glenn Beck. The Wedding Crashers star and former Fox News host announced Wednesday that they’re developing Pursuit of Truth, a reality show for Beck’s network, TheBlaze TV.

The show will pit 20 documentary filmmakers against each other as they compete for financing and distribution for their film. (Ben Affleck and Matt Damon did a similar series with HBO, Project Greenlight, in the early ’00s.) Vaughn and Beck’s nine-episode series will launch on TheBlaze TV in spring 2013.

Aspiring documentarians, take note: Beck said he’d “love to see something on the Federal Reserve, the game that’s being played there. I would love to see something on why capitalism is actually a good thing, why it’s not a bad thing.”

Beck, Vaughn, and their production partners will review applications for contestants, according to the show’s website.

Vaughn has expressed his conservative leanings before. He supported Republican presidential contender Ron Paul in 2008 and 2012.

For Beck, the show is his latest eyebrow-raising project. Earlier this year, he launched a line of jeans.

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Vince Vaughn Working on TBS Comedy 'Sullivan and Son'

Kevin Winter/Getty Images(LOS ANGELES) -- Vince Vaughn is re-teaming with producer/director Peter Billingsley for a TBS comedy called Sullivan and Son, about a young exec who decides to start working at his grandfather's pub, The Hollywood Reporter notes.

Vaughn starred in his longtime pal's film Couple's Retreat, and Billingsley was an executive producer of Iron Man -- though most of the world would know him as the guy who once played Ralphie in A Christmas Story.

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Vince Vaughn and Ben Stiller Teaming Up for New Comedy

Kevin Winter/Getty Images(LOS ANGELES) -- Dodgeball co-stars Vince Vaughn and Ben Stiller will reunite for Neighborhood Watch, a comedy with a sci-fi twist.

The Hollywood Reporter notes the film will have the actors playing suburban dads who start a neighborhood watch just to hang out with their friends, until they uncover a plot to destroy the world.

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'The Green Hornet,' 'The Dilemma' Open Nationwide

Photo Courtesy - Sony Pictures(NEW YORK) -- Here's a look at the new movies opening nationwide Friday:

* The Green Hornet -- The masked hero that debuted on radio in the 1930s and had his own TV show in the 1960s comes to the big screen, courtesy of star Seth Rogen, who co-wrote the screenplay.  With the help of his sidekick Kato, Rogen's Britt Reid becomes a vigilante known as the Green Hornet after the death of his famous father.  Jay Chou, Cameron Diaz and Tom Wilkinson also star in the PG-13 rated flick.

* The Dilemma -- Vince Vaughn is Ronny, who suspects that the wife of his best friend Nick, played by Kevin James, may be cheating on his pal.  He struggles to come up with a way to break the bad news to his pal.  Jennifer Connelly, Winona Ryder, Channing Tatum and Queen Latifah also star in this Ron Howard-directed comedy.  The film is rated PG-13.

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Vince Vaughn Speaks About Controversy Over Movie Trailer

Photo Courtesy - Universal Pictures(NEW YORK) -- Vince Vaughn is the latest celebrity to take a stand against bullying, though it comes just a week after a theatrical trailer for his new film received criticism for containing what many people deemed to be an insensitive remark regarding homosexuality. 

The original trailer for The Dilemma was pulled from theaters after CNN anchor Anderson Cooper and the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation complained about a scene in which Vaughn's character tells a group of people, "Ladies and gentleman, electric cars are gay."

In a statement released to, Vaughn said, "Let me add my voice of support to the people outraged by the bullying and persecution of people for their differences, whatever those differences may be.  Comedy and joking about our differences breaks tension and brings us together.  Drawing dividing lines over what we can and cannot joke about does exactly that; it divides us.  Most importantly, where does it stop?"

The Dilemma, directed by Ron Howard, focuses on a man who finds out his best friend's wife is having an affair.

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