Miley Cyrus must have a thing for the "double life" phenomenon. After obtaining notability by embodying average teen Miley Stewart and her titular pop star alter ego in the TV series Hannah Montana, Cyrus looks to explore new venues for incognito deception: the latest being the action comedy So Undercover. Following in the vein of 2012's surprise hit 21 Jump Street, Cyrus' youthful appearance grants her the ability to go undercover in a college sorority, at the behest of CIA Agent Armon (Jeremy Piven), who is investigating a high priority case.
Below is an early union of Piven and Cyrus, wherein the harried agent pleads with his only hope to take on the mission. Although Molly (Cyrus) is initially nonplussed by the fed's presentation, something he says to her does seem to get through...
Check out the below clip from So Undercover, available on Blu-ray/DVD on Tuesday, Feb 5.
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Get ready to be disappointed and underwhelmed. Jeremy Piven, the man with the golden tongue who somehow made an asshole of a Hollywood agent with a vocabulary built around variations of the word “cocksucker” lovable on Entourage is throwing his lot in with none other than teen idol Miley Cyrus. Join me as I look up at the sky and say WHAT? Doesn’t he know that his legendary role as Ari Gold gives him license to say no to projects that are less than awesome (or at least ones that allow him to use the word cocksucker)? Apparently not.
Joining Piven in this wholesome film is Mike O’Malley, who plays Kurt’s dad on Glee. O’Malley will continue his fatherly run, playing Cyrus’ characters’ father as well. Piven will play Special Agent Armon, and I’m guessing will give Cyrus’ “tough, street-smart” P.I. a hard time. I’m also hoping that Cyrus’ undercover assignment at a college sorority brings out the sarcasm in Piven, but then again it’s a Miley Cyrus movie. Well, crap.
Source: Coming Soon