Funnyman Jack Black will topline a new comedy from producer Judd Apatow entitled "Year One" alongside Michael Cera.
Showing more funny sides of his, Jack Black has given his commitment to take part in "Year One", a comedy feature that Judd Apatow will produce for Columbia Pictures, Variety has informed.
Here the funnyman is said to be accompanied by Michael Cera, the star of the upcoming "Superbad" which Apatow also produced for Columbia, in the cast. Meanwhile, Harold Ramis, who currently can be seen in "Knocked Up", is onboard to helm from the script he co-wrote alongside Gene Stupnitsky and Lee Eisenberg with Owen Wilson executive producing.
Black, also known as the lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist of folk-rock comedy band Tenacious D, initially made his way in acting field through stage productions before jumping into film industry and came to prominence for his role in 2003's "The School of Rock." Some of his recent big screen credits were "Envy", "King Kong", "Nacho Libre", and "The Holiday."