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The actor said he was thrilled that games had finally commenced after such a long break during the novel coronavirus pandemic, but of course, he had a hilarious take only the Old School star could deliver. The two got on the topic when Vaughn said he missed this year’s Kentucky Derby because he was taking his kids to their games.
“There was a baseball game and a soccer game,” Vaughn began. “And there was traveling involved. For some reason, you have to travel 35 minutes to play other 9-year-olds. It’s a confusing process.”
His mini-rant continued, “I don’t understand it, but I am on the train and it’s not stopping. I don’t know which field is what. There’s a field behind the field and you didn’t know about that. And people are in tears and you’re late. It’s all complicated. But I am glad we’re playing. I am grateful the kids are back in sports — so no complaints.”
While on the show, Vaughn also promoted his new film, North Hollywood. Written and directed by Mikey Alfred, the picture is about a young man who pursues his dreams of being a pro skateboarder despite his father’s push for a more ordinary career.
Watch the interview below.
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