Griswold and his goofy family are going on new adventures in the coming movie ''Vacation''.
The huge success "National Lampoon's vacation," from 1983 generated $ 61 million and has with its three sequels got stuck in the memory of millions.
It's starring Chevy Chase as the somewhat clumsy family dad Clark Griswold who only wanted the best for his family, and over and over wanted them to have the best possible holiday vacation, but it didn't go as planned.
The most hilarious is perhaps the sequel "Christmas Vacation" From 1989.
Unfortunately it seemed that the film series died out after the third and unsuccessful "Vegas vacation" in 1997, but now it seems we were wrong. The Warner Bros. has again gathered the Griswold family and the son Rusty (Ed Helms) is following in his father's footsteps as his family embark on new adventures in the coming cinema movie "Vacation."
Rusty, who has now become a father himself, is taking his wife and two sons on what, based on the trailer, seems to be a repeat of the summer holiday in 1983.
They are heading to the same old "Walley World" in a rusty family car and experiencing one shut down attraction after another, while the family band between them becomes stronger and stronger.
The sexy lady in the red sports car also appear this time, as in 1983, but with a slight twist.
Chevy Chase, however seems to have had to settle for a minor role in this sequel, as a chubby old grandfather.
The movie is scheduled to be released in July 2015.
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