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Vince Vaughn Is Now Appearing in Free, Cheesy Stock Images You Can Download

Vince Vaughn Is Now Appearing in Free, Cheesy Stock Images You Can Download
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Everyone knows the makeup of a cheesy stock photo: blank smiles, forced acting, unnatural situations and business suits galore. Getty just released a new set of shots with all these things – plus Vince Vaughn.

Vince Vaughn, Dave Franco and the rest of the cast of the upcoming film Unfinished Business teamed up with Getty Images' iStock to create a set of classically awkward stock photos. The photos are an unusual way to promote the release of Unfinished Business, a comedy about a business trip gone wrong, which comes out on Friday.

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While the photos are clearly tongue-in-cheek, they are in fact available for free editorial use, according to Adweek. Currently, four shots are up for grabs, with a total of 12 becoming available over the next three weeks.

You can download the photos here, but be careful. If you use these earnestly in a presentation a few months down the line, the joke might be on you. 

Vince Vaughn Is Now Appearing in Free, Cheesy Stock Images You Can Download - istock by Getty images

Vince Vaughn Is Now Appearing in Free, Cheesy Stock Images You Can Download - istock by Getty images

Vince Vaughn Is Now Appearing in Free, Cheesy Stock Images You Can Download - istock by Getty images

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