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The Internship (5-Jun-2013)

Director: Shawn Levy

Writers: Jared Stern; Vince Vaughn

Keywords: Comedy

Thrust head-first into the realities of the Digital Age after their employer goes out of business, two salesmen find themselves working as interns for Google.

ABSTRACT
Veteran comics Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson star in this film about Billy McMahon and Nick Campbell, two career salesmen desperately in need of jobs after the company they'd worked for went out of business. Accepted for an internship at Google despite their relatively old age and lack of relevant work experience on the strength of their unorthodox interview answers, the duo are thrust into a competition against a group of tech-industry stereotypes known as "Nooglers" -- short for "New Googlers", the company's slang term for aspiring new hires -- to determine who will ultimately receive full employment at the tech giant, experiencing a multitude of wild and ridiculous occurrences and mishaps along the way.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Rose Byrne
Actor
24-Jul-1979   The Goddess of 1967
Joanna Garcia
Actor
10-Aug-1979   Cheyenne Hart-Montgomery on Reba
Aasif Mandvi
Actor
5-Mar-1966   Daily Show correspondent
B. J. Novak
Actor
31-Jul-1979   Ryan Howard on The Office
Rob Riggle
Comic
21-Apr-1970   The Daily Show
Jessica Szohr
Actor
31-Mar-1985   Vanessa Abrams on Gossip Girl
Vince Vaughn
Actor
28-Mar-1970   Swingers
Owen Wilson
Actor
18-Nov-1968   Zoolander

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