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Gene Hackman reportedly took notice of Wilson's performance in Shanghai Noon and recommended the actor to co-star in the 2001 action film Behind Enemy Lines.Also in 2001, Wilson and Anderson collaborated on their third film, The Royal Tenenbaums, a financial and critical success.That year, Luke was also at the peak of his dating game because he was dating costar/ adopted sister Gwyneth Paltrow. For some reason, after casting his buddy Luke in his first three flicks, Anderson stopped casting him in his movies in favor of his brother Owen (we’ll get to Owen later). So 2003 was arguably when Luke made his last great movie, “Old School,” which is probably the best of the Will Ferrell/ Vince Vaughn buddy comedies, until Owen came along and buddied up with Vince for 2004’s “Wedding Crashers.” Couldn’t he just let Luke have his moment of raunchy glory?This is when things started to go downhill for Luke, career-wise (and also waistline-wise). In 2010, Luke was only one of two white dudes in the Chris Rock vehicle “Death At a Funeral,” which is a movie about a funeral home delivering the wrong corpse, and also the family finds out that their dad was having an affair with a male dwarf. However, from 2011 to 2013, Luke was on the criminally underrated HBO series “Enlightened,” which got canceled after two seasons — a fact we will not blame on Luke here.
Wilson then landed a role in The Cable Guy, directed by Ben Stiller, an early admirer of Bottle Rocket.
However, Wilson did star in the film as Bill Murray's would-be son, Ned Plimpton; a role written specifically for him.
Wilson partnered with Vince Vaughn in the 2005 comedy film Wedding Crashers, which grossed over 0 million in the US alone.
Also in 2005, Owen collaborated with his brothers in The Wendell Baker Story, written by Luke and directed by Luke and Andrew.
In 2006, Wilson voiced Lightning Mc Queen in the Disney/Pixar film Cars, starred in You, Me and Dupree with Kate Hudson, and appeared with Stiller in Night at the Museum as cowboy Jedediah.