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Oh Yeah, That 'National Lampoon's Vacation' Reboot? It's Coming

The guys who penned last year's hit comedy Horrible Bosses have certainly been busy. Along with scripting a sequel to Bosses, they also wrote the upcoming magician comedy Burt Wonderstone and it appears now will make the jump to the director's chair for a National Lampoon's Vacation reboot sequel.

The plot essentially picks up where the 1983 comedy classic left off, with Rusty Griswold now the head of his own family and is making one last trip to Wally World before it closes down. Of course, things don't go as planned and chaos ensues.
Will Chevy Chase come back for a cameo? is the question on everyone's minds.
What do you think? Can a Vacation movie without Chevy Chase be as funny and successful as the original?
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