Though, lately, he's starred in some bigger films including X-Men: The Last Stand, The Prestige and the upcoming Wolverine spin-off, Hugh Jackman has hopped onboard a little indie pic called A Plumm Summer. In doing so, he's joined a cast that includes William Baldwin, Henry Winkler and Lisa Guerrero.

What's it about you ask? Well, the story follows two young brothers who band together with the FBI in an attempt to recover a stolen puppet named Froggy Doo. Yes, a puppet. And yes, unfortunately, this is based on a true story. Caroline Zelder will make her directorial debut off a script and a story written by T.J. Lynch. Not for nothing, but how in the world did they score Jackman for this? Is the script that good, or did the man owe someone a huge favor?