Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Jack Black Teams Up With 'Panda' Writers for New Film

After bringing you the wildly successful 'Kung Fu Panda,' Jack Black and the 'Panda' writers are gearing up to make movie magic again!

The hit-making collaboration, which includes writers Jonathan Aibel and Glenn Berger, is set to work on an action comedy starring Black, who will play an American who washes up on the shores of Cuba without a clue about his identity or why he is there, says the Hollywood Reporter.

It wouldn't quite be a comedy without a ridiculous misunderstanding. In this case, Black's character will mistakenly think he is a superspy, says the paper.

The project, which was picked up by Universal, is still untitled.

To date, 'Kung Fu Panda' has grossed a whopping $215 million domestically and $405 million internationally.

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