Levy then became suddenly in demand as a potential tentpole director, and almost made an adaptation "Frankenstein" and a remake of "Fantastic Voyage" produced by James Cameron (let's not forget Paul Greengrass became interested in the latter, and how these two are in the same league for the same project is anyone's guess). But Levy seems to work fast, cheap and on budget, so studios love him (his 21 Laps production shingle is now huge and he's got a least a dozen projects in development).
Variety adds that Josh Brener ("Glory Daze"), Tiya Sircar ("Friends With Benefits") and newcomer Tobit Raphael have joined the cast in supporting roles. The film centers on two recently downsized men in their forties (Wilson and Vaughn) who try to make it as interns at a successful Internet company where their managers are in their twenties. Minghella, known for his supporting turn in "The Social Network," though mostly forgotten as the lead in "Art School Confidential," will play a ruthless and competitive intern who tries to sabotage the two older men's chances. We assume and hope that with Vaughn behind the screenplay, we're looking at an R-rated comedy, but Levy's not exactly known for his edge, so at this point it's possibly a toss-up. Let us pray? Production starts this summer and let it be known that some of us are more excited about it than others.