Orlando Jones has come a long way since popping up in bit parts in Herman's Head and A Different World back in the early '90s. There's been his stint as Steve -- Magazine Salesman in Office Space, Worm in Magnolia, Vox in The Time Machine, and many, many more. Now, along with Ye Olde Times and The Adventures of Beatle Boyin, The Hollywood Reporter has posted that the comedian will star in a new indie dramedy called Misconceptions. This is a little project sure to make some recoil in horror, and others cheer.

See, this indie project that director Ron Satlof co-wrote with Ira Pearlstein is about "a religiously conservative married woman from the South who receives a message from God telling her to act as a surrogate mother for two gay men." Ah, comedy gold is assured, both on-screen and off. Jones will play Terry, "the hopeful parent who comes to the woman's home to micromanage her pregnancy and in the process, causes havoc." David Moscow (young Josh from Big) is playing Terry's life partner, A.J. Cook (Criminal Minds) is taking on the role of Miranda, the surrogate mom tight with G-o-d, and Sarah Carter (Shark), Sam Bell , and David Sutcliffe (Rory's dad on Gilmore Girls) round out the cast. Personally, I think it sounds great, and the cast is pretty decent to boot, so I'll be checking this out. How about you?