You’re never quite ready for what life delivers.
I am proud to be one of the 533 writers to release the exclusive official trailer of Delivery Man, starring Vince Vaughn.
I love a good ol’ sentimental movie, but there was a time in my life when I avoided them. As a young woman I dreamed of having the typical traditional family – husband, wife, kids. A horrific divorce had me grieving the loss of what family meant to me. I never dreamed I’d be a divorced mom with two children. I thought for sure I’d be like one of those old married couples in When Harry Met Sally rather than Meryl Steep in Heartburn.
I wasn’t quite ready for what life delivered, but through the bitter sweet journey, I’ve come to understand that even though my life hasn’t turned out the way I originally imagined it, it’s been abundantly blessed by love in a family I adore with a passion that’s strong and true and more achingly beautiful than I could ever have imagined. We are a family who supports, cheers and encourages each other in this crazy world. So I guess you could say, we’re making the most of what life has delivered.
David works at the family business, Woziak Pork Store with (left to right) brothers Alesky (Bobby Moynihan, left) & Victor (Simon Delaney, center right) and their father, Mikolaj (Andrezej Blumenfeld) in DreamWorks Pictures:’ “Delivery Man”.
David (Vince Vaughn) seeks advice from his friend and attorney, Brett (Chris Pratt) when he discovers he’s been hit with a lawsuit from 142 of 533 twenty-somethings he fathered through sperm donations.
David Wozniak (Vince Vaughn, center right) hides his true identity from (left to right) Kristen (Britt Robertson), Taylor (Amos VanderPoel) and Josh (Jack Reynor), who have gathered to discuss a pending lawsuit to discover the identity of their biological father in DreamWorks Pictures’ Delivery Man
Delivery Man is the heartwarming look at what it means to be a family — no matter how unconventional. It’s the story of David Wozniak (Vince Vaughn), an affable underachiever, who finds out he’s fathered 533 children through anonymous donations to a fertility clinic 20 years ago. Now he must decide whether or not to come forward when 142 young adults file a lawsuit to reveal his identity.
Written and directed by Ken Scott, Delivery Man is a DreamWorks remake of Ken’s 2011 French language film Starbuck. In any language, it’s the endearing story of the transformation of a man who’s floundering as an underachiever. The more responsibility he has, the less self-centered he becomes and discovers a more fulfilling life. I’m thoroughly looking forward to this DreamWorks film, opening in theaters November 22, 2013. #DeliverManMovie Follow @DeliveryManFilm on Twitter
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