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Seann William Scott and Paul Rudd Become "Big Brothers"

December 7, 2006 (4:49 am) GMT
Seann William Scott and Paul Rudd have both been confirmed to topline Universal Pictures' comedy flick "Big Brothers."

Comedy duo and are about to appear together on the big screen. Production Weekly reports that the pair have already signed on to star in "Big Brothers", an edgy comedic feature of Universal Pictures production.

Tentatively slated to begin filming next April after previously eyeing a January 2007 start, the project revolves around two egotistical thirty-something bachelors who are ordered to join a Big Brothers program as part of their court-mandated community service.

Meanwhile, "" helmer Luke Greenfield is on duty to direct from script penned by Timothy Dowling as well as to produce together with Matthew Seigel.

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