"Our little boy's all grows up cause you grows up and you grows up and you grows up." It looks like old Vince Vaughn is channeling his alter ego Double Down (from Swingers, der) and getting all grows up. In addition to being engaged to Kyla Weber (a Canadian realtor, we're obligated to mention her nationality and occupation), Double V is talking about kids. The 39-year old actor told People, "It's the first time that I really want to have kids." Read: Vince Vaughn Appears To Be Engaged
Rumor has it that since the actor hit the big-time after Swingers, he has been living up to his frat-astic reputation between dating such notables as indie heartthrob Joey Lauren Adams and America's sweetheart Jennifer Aniston. But it appears he's set to move to the "next phase" since becoming engaged to Canuck real estate agent Kyla Weber last March.
For some reason, we can't help but get the feeling that he's less than thrilled about this. He's talking to the press because his movie Couples Retreat is hitting theaters on October 9th and he needs to get some pub for that ensemble rom-com (that he co-wrote with Jon Favreau and Dana Fox) else see his paycheck dwindle (points on the backend, son). There was a rumor several months ago that Vince Vaughn was feeling a little itchy regarding the prospect of the old ball and chain (from Celeb Weddings). And his good buddy and Couples Retreat director Peter Billingsley (yes, Ralphie from A Christmas Story) off-handedly mentions in the People article that being a the last singleton left standing isn't a lot of fun.
While there's a time for everything, a little part of us is sad that Vince Vaughn may be dragged into grown-up-hood like this. Though it is pretty much what happens at the end of every single one of his films. Read: Why Vince Vaughn Loves To Break Up
We bumped into an old Entertainmentwise article about his Four Christmases co-star Reese Witherspoon stating that he needs to grow up. That was from a year ago tomorrow; maybe he read it. Read: Vince Vaughn Turns Down Threeway
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