The Jonas Brothers
The Jonas Brothers are about to let it rip on the big screen - literally.
According to Variety, the tween dreams are locked and loaded to make their feature film debut in 20th Century Fox's Walter the Farting Dog.
And you won't just get a, er, whiff, of Kevin's, Joe's and Nick's acting skills, but that of their younger brother's as well. Frankie, the so-called "Bonus Jonas," is attached to co-star.
Based on a bestselling children's book series of the same name (kids just love farts!) by William Kotzwinkle and Glenn Murray, the film will revolve around the brothers as - wait for it - musicians who care for their terminal aunt's silent-but-deadly, wind-breaking canine Walter.
"By the time they've driven the dog home, everybody's head is out the window of the family station wagon but Frankie, and only because he has a serious sinus problem and doesn't notice the stench coming from Walter," director Peter Farrelly said.
Well, really, who else but the toilet humor-loving Farrelly brothers could direct this?
Shooting (no pun intended) will begin in the spring.
What do you think of the JB hitting the big screen? Do you smell success or will Walter be a stinker?