Thursday, March 31, 2011

Watch : Justin Bieber, Ashton Kutcher Buddy Comedy Together

Ashton Kutcher‘s last few films haven’t been massive earners, but now he is poised to make a film that could bring him to a fresh young audience. He is part of a project set up at Sony called What Would Kenny Do?, in which a 17-year old encounters his 30-year old self. Oh, that old gag! Ashton Kutcher is the 30-year old version of the character. And now Justin Bieber is reportedly looking at the role of the 17-year old.

Justin Bieber proved that he can pack move theaters with his 3D biopic "Justin Bieber: Never Say Never," and the pop star's next step on the silver screen may be in a scripted comedy.

Bieber has reportedly been attached to the project for months, although his current world tour prevents "Kenny" from going into production in 2011. The film will be produced by Kutcher's Katalyst Entertainment and Will Smith's Overbrook Entertainment, with a writer and director currently being sought for the project.

Justin Bieber is busy with his world tour, but he is hoping to be successful even on the big screen, as he already created raves with his debut film ‘Justin Bieber: Never Say Never’, which also surpassed the success of Michael Jackson at US box office.

As per the sources, the script of the movie, ‘What Kennedy Could Do”, which was originally written by Chris Baldi is re-scripted by the writers, Scott Neustadter and Michael Weber. The script is based on the technology of hologram, where two versions of the character meet each other.

The story of the movie is all about a teenager meeting hologram and claims the adult version of the character is of him. In this situation, the hologram helps the young version of the character going to school.

It's being said that he's teaming up with Ashton Kutcher to bring back Punk'd -- you know that popular hidden camera show that would prank, or punk, unknowing celebrities?!

Apparently, JB has been in talks since the summer with AK's company, fellow creator Jason Goldberg and MTV to sign on as the official show host - and it's being said that Punk'd will likely start production soon and re-launch next year.

Do you think the nice guy image that Justin obviously has from the public might be too much for him to actually pull of pranking Hollywood celebs OR might it help him get away with waaaay more than Ashton could do back in the day?

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