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Wild West Productions is an American film, television and entertainment production company founded in 2005 by leading actor, writer and producer Vince Vaughn. Under Vaughn’s leadership, the company has produced a string of hit movies, including Couples Retreat, Four Christmases, and The Break-Up. All three movies opened #1 at the box office, and each went on to gross more than $160 million worldwide with The Break-Up breaking the $200 million box office mark.

Wild West is currently producing the 20th Century Fox Studios’ comedy The Internship from director Shawn Levy and starring Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson. The film hits theaters in summer 2013

Art of Conflict: The Murals of Northern Ireland recently premiered at the 2012 Galway Film Festival in Ireland. The Wild West produced documentary tells the story of Northern Ireland's history and the violent Troubles thru the unique art of street murals. It further explores the impact, purpose, and future of the murals.

The first venture of Wild West Television, original sitcom Sullivan & Son premiered on TBS in July 2012. The show stars comedian Steve Bryne, a corporate attorney who finds new life behind the bar when he takes over his parents' pub.

Wild West has several projects in development, including a film adaptation of New York Times best seller Wicked Lovely, a gritty and mesmerizing 21st-century tale of faery intrigue and mortal love; a film adaptation of the popular 1970s show The Rockford Files; and Sweep, an adaptation of Cate Tiernan’s young adult fantasy book series.