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Friday 19 September 2014

Frost and Marsden on Business Trip?

Nick Frost is being linked to Business Trip

Nick Frost and James Marsden are in talks to join the cast of jet-setting comedy Business Trip.

Vince Vaughn and Dave Franco are already on board to star in the film about an American businessman whose trip to Europe goes wrong and descends into madness.

The Wrap has reported that The World's End star Nick and X-Men's James are in talks for unspecified supporting roles.

The movie is said to be in the vein of 1987 comedy Planes, Trains And Automobiles, which saw Steve Martin and John Candy getting into all sorts of trouble as they tried to get Steve's character home for Thanksgiving.

Ken Scott, who has just finished work on Delivery Man with Vince, will direct the film.

It will be produced by Todd Black, Steve Tisch and Jason Blumenthal.

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