"Vacation" Reboot Indefinitely Delayed

By Garth Franklin Tuesday April 23rd 2013 11:14PM

Warner Bros. Pictures has reportedly put its plans to reboot the "National Lampoon's Vacation" franchise on indefinite hold.

The story was set to follow the misadventures of the now-adult Rusty Griswold (Ed Helms), who, along with his own family, heads off on a vacation trip to Walley World.

Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley penned the script and will direct. The delay is said to be due to creative differences over the film's MPAA rating - some want a PG-13, others an R.

All of the talent currently attached to the project remain that way at present.

Source: Vulture