A reboot of the popular 1983 Chevy Chase comedy has been delayed indefinitely due to creative differences, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
The new "Vacation," which is set to star Ed Helms and Christina Applegate, was scheduled to start filming in July under the helm of writers and first-time directors John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein. But New Line halted production because some parties wanted to make it a PG-13 movie and others felt it should be rated R (like the original).
Sources tell the trade paper that the delay could last just a couple months or until the end of the year.
The reboot focuses on Helms' character, Rusty, the son of Clark Griswold. Chase and his "Vacation" wife, Beverly D'Angelo, will make cameos in the new movie.