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Vince Vaughn celebrates with new hand and footprint ceremony at TCL Chinese

Hollywood actor Vince Vaughn and film star of the upcoming movie "Unfinished Business," had his hand and footprints installed at the world famous TCL Chinese Theatre IMAX in the heart of Hollywood, California on Wednesday, March 4, 2015. Vaughn is the 280th star to be so honored. Joining Vaughn for this special occasion was his long time friend Jon Favreau, cast mate from "Unfinished Business," James Marsden and his family.

In his acceptance speech, Vaughn said, "It's an honor to be here. When I came to Hollywood, this was one of the first places I came to. I don't know if I ever gave myself permission to think it would even be possible to have my prints here as well. I thought if I just could become a working actor I was ahead of the game. So, today to be included means a lot to me."

Vince Vaughan is starring opposite Tom Wilkinson and Dave Franco (yes, James Franco's little brother) in the film "Unfinished Business." The film will open this Friday, March 6 and tells the story of a group of businessman on the brink of bankruptcy that if they can clinch a deal overseas, they will survive financial ruin. What seems like a simple business trip turns into so much more.

Vince Vaughn's first starring role was in the sleeper hit "Rudy," in 1993. He bonded with fellow actor Jon Favreau and this friendship came in mighty handy when Favreau cast Vaughn in his own film "Swingers." The film was a smash hit and grossed over $4 million, not bad since the film only had a budget of $200,000.

Vaughn and Favreau continued to make films together in "Made," "The Break-up," co-starring Jennifer Aniston, "Four Christmases," co-starring Reese Witherspoon, and "Couples Retreat."

Vaughn continued to star in blockbuster comedies, but hit new heights when he starred in the 2005 film "Wedding Crashers," starring opposite fellow actor Owen Wilson.

"Unfinished Business" is rated R for some strong risque sexual content/graphic nudity, and for language and drug use and has a run-time of one hour and 31 minutes.

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