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Vaughn at Delivery Man premiere

Vince Vaughn contemplated the struggles of fatherhood as he hit the red carpet at the premiere of his latest movie.

The Weddings Crashers star and his wife Kyla welcomed their second child Vernon in August and the issues of parenthood were on his mind at the world premiere of Delivery Man in Los Angeles.

In the comedy Vince plays an affable underachiever who finds out his donations to a fertility clinic 20 years earlier have resulted in more than 500 children.

Dressed in a smart navy blue suit and open-necked shirt at the Hollywood premiere, the funnyman said: "It deals with the hopes and fears you have for your kids and I think for young people it deals with struggling with circumstances and being all alone in that and not realising other people have been going through it."

He added: "There is nothing polite about the movie, it has a fun way of folding stuff out but it gets to the heart of matters and it allows itself to go to different places."

The movie also stars Parks And Recreations comedian Chris Pratt, who was joined on the red carpet by his actress wife Anna Faris.

The couple welcomed their first child Jack last year and Chris said he related to the issues about being a dad.

"This movie is a great example of the rewards you get from being a parent and giving yourself up to someone else and making someone else your priority and how that makes you feel good. There is a spiritual reward in caring for someone else."

Delivery Man will be released in the UK on January 10, 2014.

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