We reported back in December that Jamie Kennedy had ridden the insane popularity of Malibu's Most Wanted to another starring role in a comedy about a white guy doing hilarious, unexpected things. This latest film is called Kickin It Old Skool, and since that first report, it's acquired a rather massive cast, as well as a production company.

Bob Yari Productions announced recently that it will co-produce the film will Kennedy's own Jizzy Entertainment (yes, that's really what it's called); both men will be among the executive producers. In the movie, in case it's slipped your mind (or you've blocked it out), Kennedy will play the adult version of a 12-year-old breakdancer who injured himself mid-dance back in the day and wakes from a coma 20 years later, determined to "revive his dance group's career." Joining B-Rad in the cast will be a slew of actors, including the pleasingly smarmy Christopher McDonald, Alan Ruck (please, please let him be one of the dancers), Smallville's Michael Rosenbaum, and Vivica Fox.

The movie is currently in pre-production, and is expected to being shooting soon in Vancouver.