A new movie, written by Vince Vaughn, called The Internship, is currently filming, and Google is the company that provides the backdrop for the story.
It sounds like the movie will be more comedy than reality-based, and it will be interesting to see what they’ve come up with.
In an interview with the Huffington Post, Vince Vaughn, who also stars in the film, said, “Owen [Wilson] and I lose our jobs and become interns at Google. We get free food, we get to play ping pong and take naps … We find a way to get into the intern program and try to get a job there. It’s fun to go back and do some R-rated comedies again.”
The film is being directed by Shawn Levy, who has directed such films as Real Steel, Date Night, the Night at The Museum movies, The Pink Panther, Cheaper By The Dozen and Just Married (which starred Ashton Kutcher, who is playing Steve Jobs in a different upcoming film).
The storyline, according to IMDB, is as follows:
Two recently laid-off men in their forties, try to make it as interns at a successful Internet company where their managers are in their twenties.
The film is scheduled to be released sometime next year.
“The Internship”: About Google, And Will Likely Be Rated R